In a Miami newspaper article, Chester Mulligan spoke publically to defend his innocence of charges against him.
If you read his comments and read my piece What Does Chester Mulligan’s Sentence Mean you might find his comments ironic or even amusing. Knowing the background of the story in some detail, I find his creative revision of events predictable, alarming, and laughable – if it weren’t so insidiously dangerous. But he can say what he wants when there is no one to concretely prove him wrong.
And so, what I said would happen is…. happening right on cue.
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