Friday, July 24, 2015
From page 109-110 of The Rogue
"The way they treated Bitney was obscene," J.C. says. "And Todd was behind it; he was the driving force. He wanted to punish Bitney for having an affair with Debbie Richter. Not because Todd doesn't approve of affairs-let's not even get into his private life-but because Bitney had the gall to have an affair with the wife of one of Todd's buddies. It was purely personal, it was vindictive, and it was a betrayal of a thirty-year friendship. I have no use for either Todd or Sarah anymore and, unlike a lot of people you're going to run into, I'm not afraid to say that on the record. I don't know how anyone can walk around Wasilla afraid to say what they think of Todd and Sarah. Life's too short to live it in fear of schoolyard bullies like them.