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This post, in rereading it, is kind of harsh. I don't mean to be a big jerk- know that the love is there. But so is the frustration.

I agree with angela. Actually, though, instead of feeling frustrated I just doubt the OP's intent and honesty. I have known many online who make up drama to garner symthpathy. While I do not know if that happens on the Fool, it wouldn't surprise me to see it happen. If the OP's sister is so dangerous, then whether or not she is angry over him not co-signing is the least of his worries. I would be talking to the police about a protective order, telling her in writing that she is not welcome in my home and cutting off the relationship. Of course I have a history of not taking Bullsh*t.
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