I called you today and a lady picked up the phone and told me it's a wrong number.
Chandra, as mentioned in my last mail, you cannot hide from me no more as technology has improved. I am getting out of patience and wants to remind you that you have not treated me and our son Gary Linikar fairly at all. I have struggled with him for over 22 years and I deem it fit that it is now time for you to take up your responsibility as a father. I can no longer sit and encourage this from you anymore. I was calling you today to see how we can both (as parents to this boy) work out things together. As I informed you earlier, I now have all your contacts and I am going ahead to take the following actions: A) Contact the Sierra Leone Embassy in London to seek redress B) Contact the British High Commission in Sierra Leone and Sri Lanka In our telephone conversation (when you called in 2007), you told me to write down all expenses incurred from the day you left Sierra Leone ( i.e. Education, feeding, clothing, housing etc) to date.
I will make sure you pay every singly cent for all I did to get Linikar where he is today. You ruined my life so much that I was disowned by my own family and country men and since that day you ran away from me and our son, I decided not to enter into any relationship again. Linikar is the only child I have and can no longer have kids. I am so grateful to my sources of information; namely British Telecom and Mr. Sanjiva for helping me in providing all your contacts. I know your address in Sri Lanka, address and contacts in London so you cannot hide from me. I will do everything possible to succeed. You messed my life Chandra and today the poor boy ( who did not ask for his coming to this world) is suffering. I have all the necessary documents to opt for a DNA to prove the boy is your biological son.
Chandra, my sources told me you are now an old man and also informed me that Malissa is grown up and married. I have the contacts for Melissa's husband and will try to get in touch with him too. Finally, remember I am an African; don't push me to the wall too much because if I decide to go the African way, your entire family will be sorry. Good night