This caveat needs to be stated, just in case National Enquirer's attorneys decide to hassle me in court over keying in the text below, and posting it around the web: I believe it's within the scope of the fair use doctrine of U.S. copyright laws to provide the entire article from the September 5 edition of the National Enquirer on my blog to stimulate knowledge of the article for the general public.
As you can see from the note below, I've heard from the National Enquirer, and they're not happy with my posting their full article:
Michael,Needless to say, I've heavily reduced the amount of text from the article. You can still read excerpts from the story on the publication's site. Here are selections from the article:
We appreciate you interest in The National Enquirer’s Sarah Palin article but you cannot post our entire article, as you have done. You are violating our copyright. Please take it down ASAP. Thank you.
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Sarah Palin's Dark Secrets
by Rick Egusquiza, Michael Glynn and John Blosser
Sarah Palin is hoping to unite America as John McCain's vice president, but her own family is divided in a vicious war that is exposing her darkest secrets and threatens to destroy her political career ...
The Enquirer has learned exclusively that Wooten cheated on Palin's sister Molly with his first wife Angie, and when Palin found out, she went ballistic.
Palin charged that Wooten threatened to kill her father.
Another incredible allegation emerging from the family war is that Palin, mother of five, had an affair with a former business associate of her fisherman husband, Todd.
"Todd discovered the affair and quickly dissolved his friendship and his business associations with the guy," charges an enemy. "Many people in Alaska are talking about the rumor and say Todd swept it under the rug." ...