This detailed, convincingly irrefutable column today on the Huffington Post (don’t be turned off by the source; the writer is a solid journalist and he backs up every single word he writes) should, if there is any justice, destroy whatever credibility Mike Huckabee has left. It shows that Huck utterly ignored a boatload of evidence from other rape victims of now-infamous rapist/murdered Wayne DuMond that DuMond was dangerous and vicious and would likely rape again. And it tells of serious efforts at a cover-up by Huck directly and by his campaign aides in 2002. Frankly, on substance, it is the single most devastating news story of this entire election cycle, for either party. Every single step that Huck takes, somebody ought to question him about this story. In substance, it is WORSE than the Willie Horton case, because the governor’s (Huck’s) involvement was so personal and so specifically directed at freeing DuMond. This is serious, serious stuff, and it shows a serious, serious lack of judgment. Indeed, reading all the details of Huck’s actions, and of him ignoring the heartfealt pleas of DuMond’s victims despite their heart-wrenching stories, is almost nausea-inducing.
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