My question involves criminal law for the state of: Maine
I live in another state and am the ex-girlfriend of a man who was embroiled in a very acrimonious divorce with one minor child.
I know, dating a guy who is not quite divorced yet- bad idea.
I left him after tiring of his constant whining about his wife, his money, etc but what really got me the most were his comments like, "I fantasize about killing her, you know."
We went on a brief road trip and while relaxing in the hotel swimming pool, he fixed his gaze on a father and son at the other end who were tossing a football back and forth, and he said, "Notice how they aren't talking about the mother."
Recently ran into a friend of his and we traded notes. He told me the ex-bf said similar things to him. "She can't collect child support if she's dead."
Ex has a 2008 arrest and conviction for domestic violence and lost his right to teach in the state so he works in another profession in another state and comes back to Maine on vacations where he parents his child.
Should the wife be warned of these comments? I am torn between contacting her and minding my own business. As the ex-gf naturally he would defend himself by saying I am a psycho, etc (all his exes are "psycho.")