• Mike DP August 11, 2014 at 3:27 am

    I don't think Ancier's malicious prosecution action will go very far. It's a PR move to help "restore a reputation" and it's difficult to prove malice in court. Egan gets his stories mixed up and I think he's lying about what ACTUALLY happened to him, which isn't to say nothing happened. I suspect this isn't a complete disaster for Egan and that he's already been paid in secret settlements by Goddard, Neumann, et al. Egan is a scammer but a selective scammer and I think he's playing upon Singer's well-documented exploitation of starry-eyed teenagers. There are no honest people in this story.

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