First Impressions of Martin MacNeill

I am often asked by people, “What were your first impressions of Martin?”  I thought he was arrogant.  He walked in our house for the first time like he owned the place.  He was self-absorbed.  It became more and more apparent each time I saw him that he believed he was more superior than anyone else and he thought very highly of himself.  It became obvious how he used intimidation to get what he wanted from people.  He was also a master at manipulation.  He would skillfully and unfairly manage to influence people’s feelings and use them as a tool for his evil purposes.  People mean nothing to him except to use.  The only person who matters to Martin is Martin and that is the only person he is ever thinking about, ever worried about, or ever feels sorry for.  He puts on a show to make it appear different, but do not be deceived that is for appearance only.  There is something else on the agenda.  A tragic end for my sister.  Her life was one that the “master” managed and we could stand back and see all unfold, but could not talk reason to the deception that was skillfully placed there first.  Linda

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