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The Alaska State Trooper at the center of Sarah Palin's so-called "Troopergate Scandal"--which impeded her run for the vice-presidency and stained her record as Alaska governor--has broken his more than year-long silence since his embattled divorce with Palin's sister, Molly, became a cause celebre during last year's presidential campaign.
After reading passages from Palin's memoirs Going Rogue that deal with his marriage and subsequent divorce, a "fed up" Mike Wooten, 37, who still serves as an Alaska State Trooper in Anchorage, called the book "a pack of lies."
According to Wooten, Palin and her father, Chuck Heath Sr., have "interfered with my life--and my children's lives--for at least the last five years. And it is still going on. I'm done with it."
Characterizing his adversaries as "snakes," Wooten said he has kept quiet long enough. "From this point on I'm speaking my mind," he declared. "I'm speaking the truth. Let the chips fall where they may." He acknowledged that he is considering taking legal action against Palin on multiple fronts.
Originally posted by kyred
So why should I believe the Alaskan State Trooper over Sarah Palin? OP, do you have any links to something that can show he has a track record of being more honest than Palin?
Originally posted by LostNemesis
reply to post by Eurisko2012
But why was she even on 'The Factor'?
Come on, can SOMEONE explain how Palin is even remotely relevant to us or this country at ALL?
She is not even a Governor anymore.... Why is she still making the news?
I really, honestly, am not understanding what is going on.
Originally posted by Eurisko2012
reply to post by mopusvindictus
They have nothing.
They are just swinging wildly.
Sarah is just too compelling. She did a great job on The Factor
with Bill O'Reilly.
Sarah is just too compelling. She did a great job on The Factor with Bill O'Reilly.