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A sociopath’s day in court – it didn’t go well for her

Rami Marston was sentenced to 37 months in prison for identity theft in Concord, New Hampshire last week. Before the sentencing, Judge Paul Barbadoro had many descriptions of Marston: narcissist, sociopath, serial criminal, fraudster and unremorseful.

“Are you trying to convince me to give you a lighter sentence, or get back at people?” the judge asked. “It’s not helping, it’s hurting when you take those kinds of attitudes against” the victims.

Read ‘Sociopath’ identity thief gets 37 months on SeacoastOnline.com.

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While under house arrest and on federal probation, ID thief Ramie Marston began dating her roommate’s friend and within months forged his name on divorce papers, billed a diamond ring to his estranged wife and hacked his e-mail account, according to federal prosecutors.

Federal judge: ID thief can’t dye hair before trial

Inmate Ramie Marston asked the court to allow her to color her hair at a secure location in the federal courthouse prior to Tuesday’s jury selection for her trial on Wednesday. Her attorney Bjorn Lange told the court Marston has colored her hair blonde since she was 18 and has not been allowed to continue coloring it in prison. Further, Lange said, the U.S. Marshal’s office will not permit Marston to color her hair at the courthouse.

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Wow, you can spot that spath just from her eyes (but the really bad nose job is just a bonus). Something especially creepy about female spaths.

Tobe: Let your spath daughter hang with the other spaths. I can’t believe she had the nerve to call you and ask for something. That even makes ME angry.

Star, “they have more nerve than God!” This is what my xsocio/husband’s accountant said to me about him prior to be marrying him!
After calling me “unfit, bipolar, crazy, mentally ill,” and “i’m embarrassed that you are my mother” and ” you’re not aging well; you’re getting old and ugly”….(I am 54 and look 35-40!…even got carded at a liquor store recently!)…
I have one word for her…”NO!!!!!!!”.
I am done with her. Yesterday I was so depressed and emotionally drained, that I couldn’t do a thing! I slept almost all day! She is NOT going to ruin the rest of my years! She has many more on this earth than I do!

Today I am having a great day. And, every day from here on in..I will enjoy to the best of my ability.

The shock of it all has subsided a bit, the hurt has turned to anger and now I know who she is, and she can’t manipulate me anymore with her cutsie, sweet voice! Those days are over.

She can have her new mom fill out apps for college for her and sign papers…etc. I am no longer a part of her life.

Thats one thing about me. I am caring and loving to everyone. But, once you hurt me intentionally, I am GONE.

I feel sorry for the life she is making for herself…but not too sorry. I don’t even consider her my daughter anymore. She is an offspring….from a bad seed. Her socio father’s.

I am locking all the doors in my home.

Someone just told me that I should file to emancipate her. This way, since she is incorrigible…I am no longer responsible for her. I have to research this.

Thanks Star!

did you ever make an effort to talk to an attorney to find out what your RIGHTS and RESPONIBILITIES ARE? This is important 2B.

Secondly did you ever make an appointment for some counseling for you and your other daughters?

You’ve gotr some pretty severe enabling issues with the older daugvhter I think, which by your own admission were because of guilt feelings about what you didn’t have as a kid…so maybe this will help you work through some of your anger and the issues.

Right now you are very angry at her having the guts to ask you to buy her contacts. NO is a good answer.

Get to that attorney and find out what the rights and responsibilities are and if you can emancipate her. Some states don’t allow it unless she is self supporting. We know that’s not the case. Find out from an ATTORNEY though. l((((hugs)))

Would like to see a trend for this; “indentity theft” is a part of what spaths do…they steal, rob and kill…

Victims struggle to be survivors after paths stalk their prey and wreak havoc in their lives. My best for recovery for those people who had the misfortune to meet Ms. M

Spaths are personality disordered (and evil); they may morph, but do not change…just improve their crafts.
How about a sentence to “Spath Planet” … a place to exile them to spend their days and nights. Keep them away and brand them with warning labels.

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