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Boys Will Be Boys: Media, Morality, and the Coverup of the Todd Palin Shailey Tripp Sex Scandal

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  • Posted March 12, 2012

    Outstanding!!

    This is a story of influence and corruption in Alaska. Specifically, it is a story of Todd Palin being above the law while destroying the life of a single mother with two disabled children for his own personal gain. It is also a story of inspiration and perseverence, a life redeemed from the depths of shame. The reader will come away wondering why Todd Palin isn't in prison. Definitely a must-read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 14, 2012

    This book exceeds all expectations as it takes the Reader throug

    This book exceeds all expectations as it takes the Reader through Shailey Tripp's painfully long journey of shame, abuse and finding a path out of Todd Palin's clutches of prostitution. It blows up the picture of vulnerable women who turn to prostitution as a last resort to support themselves and their family.

    It is also about learning to heal, beautiful poetry and the will to survive. It should be 'front page' news that our Society is deeply saturated with 'good old boys' steeped in sex trafficking for profit.....Shailey is trying to send that message & hoping to save anyone from stepping into the 'rabbit hole' like she did.

    This is a must read and a remarkable woman's push-back in spite of threats and standing alone.

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