Mr. Christopher Anthony Black will be turning 60 on July 3rd of this year. Apparently, he IS still alive, as he has apparently been communicating with Ms. Proctor as recently as this year. According to a Federal deposition transcript that I’ve looked at, Ms. Proctor said that Ms. Jareaux contacted her husband’s family, and that his family contacted him about it. This led to him calling Ms. Proctor to find out “why”.
The answer to the question of “why” is that the State of Maryland is one of those states where the spouses HAVE rights to the marital property of their spouses. So, Mr. Black, since Ms. Jareaux owns a house with your wife that has no mortgage, and it is titled in a way that gives YOU rights, you are being sought for questioning. You probably already know that you are entitled to half of her retirement pay, BY LAW, and surely you know that she did retire since you signed off on her retirement form with the military in 2006 so that she could. Ms. Jareaux doesn’t remember actually speaking to any family member of yours, but since Ms. Proctor testified that she did, then perhaps word of all of this will get to you?
In the meantime, in order to have people help us to locate you for questioning, I am uploading a copy of the marriage license that is on file with the Clark County, NV clerk’s office that I have received in the mail for the low-low and very reasonable price of $1.00. This will help people to determine WHICH Christopher Anthony Black is the right one. They can see your signature, and the information that you told the clerk back on that memorable day in 1994 when you said your nuptials to your beloved wife, Gail. Do you exist? Well certainly you must, since the Nevada clerk’s office website reads:
Per Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) 122.200, “Any person who shall make a false statement in procuring a marriage license with reference to any matter required by NRS 122.040 and 122.050 to be stated under oath shall be guilty of a gross misdemeanor.”
You can see it for yourself by going here
I mean, granted, it would have been a lot easier to find you if you had done this at a time when they required you to give a social security number like they do now. I suppose with all the craziness that is known to happen in Vegas, they decided at some point to be able to hold people accountable by making them give their SSN.
In the meantime, what happens in Vegas (or in this case, what happened) isn’t going to stay in Vegas, so please contact us. You may find yourself to one day be the co-owner of a house at 1847 Ramsay in Baltimore City, MD. Now that it’s come out that you supposedly exist, don’t you think it’s time for you and Ms. Jareaux to meet? There are so many people that want to meet you.