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One day while Dina and Jim were still living in the same house, Dina says she found what she believes was the outline of a book he planned to write. In those papers, Dina says she made a shocking discovery.

"He just left the papers on the kitchen counter and I went through them and started reading, and that's where I read that he had married me for political gain," Dina says. Looking back at Jim's press conference, she says he had stated that he married his first wife "out of love and respect." When he spoke of Dina, however, she says he only thanked her for her love and bringing joy to his life. "He never said he loved me," Dina says.
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FROM: Dina McGreevey, Estranged Wife of the Gay Governor
Published on January 01, 2006

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