The First Update to the John Edwards-Rielle Hunter Love Child Scandal is Out

More detailed Information about the Living arrangements of Hunter.

Did the Edwards Campaign pay for Her Digs?

Expect More from the Enquirer to Come 

Will the Edwards campaign issue a statement? When?

The furious spinning, or rather issuing of statements upon statements, continued in the John Edwards Love Child Sex Scandal.

Ignited by photos and a story about multiple sources in the National Enquirer yesterday, the storm breaks just John Edwards has taken the lead in some polls in Iowa.

Rielle issued her own statement through MyDD.com, a pro-Democratic Web site, saying: “The innuendos and lies that have appeared on the Internet and in the National Enquirer concerning John Edwards are not true, completely unfounded and ridiculous.

“My video production company was hired by the Edwards camp on a six-month contract, which we completed Dec. 31, 2006. When working for the Edwards camp, my conduct as well as the conduct of my entire team was completely professional.”

But what the rest of the press didn’t know is that when Rielle made that claim, she was pregnant, hiding it and had told her confidante it was Edwards’ baby.

That’s also when it was decided Rielle would relocate to North Carolina, said the source.

The Enquirer is pretty thorough in documenting the living arrangement of Hunter in North Carolina and that of another John Edwards’ campaign worker, Andrew Young.

The Enquirer asks an interesting question: “Was any campaign money used in the billeting of Rielle Hunter?

Read rest of story:

John Edwards, Rielle Hunter Love Child Sex Scandal: Enquirer Fires Second Salvo 

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John Edwards, Rielle Hunter Love Child Sex Scandal: Enquirer Fires Second Salvo

Mondoreb blogs at Death By 1000 Papercuts. Interested readers can e-mail him at
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