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Sword and Scale Podcast

A few weeks ago I was approached by a podcaster, who wanted to do a story on the Ingram case.  I told him I’d agree to an interview, as long as it wasn’t presented in a Geraldo Rivera type format.  He promised me his podcasts weren’t sensationalistic, so I went ahead and spoke with him.  I didn’t know what his take was on the whole thing, what he believed, or which side of the fence he was on, but after the interview, I was convinced that he was taking a neutral stance as he researched.

The podcast was released a couple of days ago, and I was pleasantly surprised.  It seems he, like most other intelligent people, was able to see past the hype and get to the nuts and bolts of the case, and came to a similar conclusion as the majority of people do.  Unfortunately, after all the shit-talking by the trolls, the hate sites, the blatantly false accusations that are so ridiculous a 5-year-old could see through them,  the lies, the Twitter attacks, etc., Team Toni refused to participate.  You would think this would have been the perfect opportunity for them to present the evidence they claim to have, not only on Morgan’s death, but on the allegations they have made about me and many others (none of which is provable, of course . . . they’re still claiming my daughter was 11 when she had a baby and that I called some of their crew “Kunta Kintes” – despite having black children – and without providing proof, like them saying it makes it true).  I think they refused to participate because they knew their stories would not hold up to scrutiny.  On the flip side, I did the interview not knowing how this podcaster would present the case, because I knew I could back everything I’ve posted.

Here is part one:   http://swordandscale.com/sword-and-scale-episode-11/

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