• PARKER: I would trust the veracity of their statements over the investigators who were not there. So there is a huge disconnect between five and 30. I mean that's like a 600 percent difference in people.

    INGRAHAM: Yes well, again, the editors at the "Virginian Pilot" I mean, they can bluster all they want about oh "The Factor" is being too aggressive and they were kicked in the head or something. It's just ridiculous. This is a -- this is an attack that should have been reported. There are facts that are apparently no known yet but let's get the bottom of it and see what happens. I mean, that's -- to me that just seem like a common sense deal.

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    PARKER: And --

    INGRAHAM: Quickly, yes.

    PARKER: And Laura one -- one more thing there have been a lot of conspiracy issues that have come up about why the "Pilot" did not put this up sooner.

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    INGRAHAM: Yes.

    PARKER: -- did not put this forth sooner, one that there is a multimillion dollars investment project going on, on the waterfront here and also that there were mayoral elections.

    INGRAHAM: Yes.

    PARKER: Also that all of this stuff is going on I think it was simply a really bad journalistic decision.

    INGRAHAM: Yes, well, I'll see. I appreciate it.

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