Audio clips and photographs taken by police officers at the scene of a brawl involving the family of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin were released Tuesday by the Anchorage Police Department. Laurel Andrews
A man who went on national television to tell how members of former Gov. Sarah Palin's family were involved in a brawl at an Anchorage birthday party says he was fired from his job after speaking up. Eric Thompson, who appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America" last week, posted a video on YouTube Tuesday seeking work.Laurel Andrews
So far, Eric Thompson is the only witness to speak on the record with news media about a house party brawl in Anchorage that featured Alaska's most famous political family, the Palins. On Monday, he sat down for an interview with Alaska Dispatch News.
As police continue to investigate a brawl in South Anchorage over the weekend, more details emerged from a man who said he witnessed the fight and laid out the Palin family's alleged involvement. Following his interviews with media, a report surfaced that the man had been fired from his job for speaking about the incident.Laurel Andrews
The Jeffrey MacDonald case has pulled an unusual book critic into its web of conspiracy theorists and camps of strong opinions. Sarah Palin, the former vice presidential candidate and Alaska governor, has linked from her Facebook page to a complimentary review of Errol Morris' new book about the case, "A Wilderness of Error," on the website Breitbart.com.