Leave Allen's Ex Wife Alone!
I said it here last week. Waldo and the other Webbites need to respect her wishes. That post also got failed hair club for men member FT Rea's panties in a bunch. Anyway, here is what the nice lady has to say
Allen's former wife, Anne Waddell, who lives in California, said that she and Allen divorced more than 22 years ago, and that because it was a personal matter they sealed the divorce records. She issued a statement calling Stark's question "a baseless, cheap shot."(link)
Case closed. LEAVE HER ALONE.
Now lets address this:
Former Albemarle Sheriff George W. Bailey's Statement
ARLINGTON, VA - The following statement was issued through the Allen campaign today by George W. Bailey, the Sheriff of Albemarle County from 1970-1987:
"I served as Sheriff of Albemarle County, including Charlottesville, from 1970 to 1987, and was the chief individual responsible for law enforcement during that period.
"During his time as an undergraduate and law student, I was familiar with George Allen. He was a prominent student, not the sort one easily forgets.
"At no time during my service as sheriff was he arrested or brought up on any offense in Albemarle County. It would have crossed my desk, and would not have escaped my notice.
"I understand there is some question about two entries for warrants or summonses in the County docket book in 1973 and/or 1974, while George was a student. This could have been for anything as small as an unpaid parking ticket or hunting or fishing license violation. An entry in that book does not mean there was an arrest, conviction or anything of the kind.
"The fact that there is no record of a trial or judgment settles the matter -- this was for some minor infraction. If George Allen -- a member of the football team and a prominent student -- has committed some offense, even as an undergraduate, it is certain I would have been informed, and likely that I would have dealt with the matter personally. But there was no such offense, and consequently nothing more to be said about the matter."
Case Closed Webbites.