^ "II. The Plumbers". The Atlantic. Retrieved 17 September 2013. In the early evening of June 17, 1971, Henry Kissinger held forth in the Oval Office, telling his President, and John Ehrlichman and Bob Haldeman, all about Daniel Ellsberg. Kissinger's comments were recorded, of course, on the hidden White House taping system, and four years later, a portion of that tape was listened to by the Watergate Special Prosecution Force, which was then investigating the internal White House police unit known as the Plumbers.
1. He sees h with her gay male friend and assumes she's banging him. Instead of asking her or reading her texts or taking her calls so she could explain (and she kept trying to), he goes out and bangs a skank, parading her around in front of h. Even though they weren't technically together yet, it came too close to the cheating line for my comfort since they had already made a connection. Also, this is a man who's been pretty much stalking her for 3 years, he should know better than anyone that she isn't easy (she was raped before and he knew about it. Because he's a stalker), that the gay friend was just her friend (he knows about every other aspect of her life including her favorite foods and the fact that her mom was a crack whore but he didn't know that Ryan was just her pal? Her gay pal?) and instead of jumping to conclusions he should have listened to her all the times she tried to explain.