Alex Strategos survived her alleged poisoning attack.He will tell his story tonight on Investigation Discovery Channel’s The episode that will chronicle the case is “Tainted Love.” Although her love was tainted, Melissa Friedrich, also known as Millie Weeks, allegedly tainted the blood of her victims with poison. pic.twitter.com/Wz ELOMk Hie — Countess Rose Perry (@Vino Ca Pisco) February 18, 2017 will recount the story of Alex Strategos, an elderly man who fell for the charms of Melissa Friedrich (Millie Weeks).
Ex-wives and widows of extremists told how they paid smugglers to help them flee from once the terror group started to lose territory in Iraq and Syria.
Dozens of runaway brides are reportedly now being held in a jail with their children at a refugee camp 30 miles north of the ISIS 'capital' Raqqa, in Syria.
We, the members of his community in the Old City of Jerusalem, thought we knew Gershon Burd.
The men at the yeshiva where he worked full time and learned Torah full time thought they knew Gershon.
On the second day of the shiva, a woman Batya knew appeared in the Burd home.
As Batya recounts: “She looked at me with this look and said, ‘I’m going to tell you something you don’t know.If you are an underage minor or offended by such material -or- if viewing this file is illegal in your locality, then leave, close or delete this file-story now.This is a work of fiction, any resemblance to persons living, dead or otherwise is purely coincidental, etc.Tragically, soon after the first season aired, the staggeringly handsome actor would be diagnosed with an aggressive cancer and die at the young age of 39, leaving behind two young children and a grieving widow.'We didn't tell the kids he had cancer, we told them that Daddy had something wrong with his blood and was going to see a special doctor to have treatment for the next few months,' she explains in her book Spartacus and Me.The cancer was so advanced that the doctor advised that if the actor didn't get treatment as soon as possible, he would lose the ability to walk within three weeks. 'Not at any stage did we think, "Oh my gosh, is Andy going to make this? We never, ever, questioned that treatment wasn't going to work,' the mother-of-two wrote.'He'd respond "Yes", and I'd know he was still alive.''I saw Indi running frantically towards me.