Ok folks, we appear to have lost our minds and have just posted a link to Cash Michaels. It appears that Cash has decided it is time to throw Jakki under the bus. It's a bad day to be the false accusers spokesliar when even Cash doesn't have your back. Cash reports that DPD did investigate the $2 million payoff claim he reported as told to him by Jakki and "confirmed" unnamed moderate Black leaders. It appears that an investigation by DPD and the false accussers own words have discredit Cash's unnamed moderate leaders and Jakki, his own star witness. Next thing we know, Cash will be on the "Jakki is a man baby" bandwagon. The Theater of the Absurd has again exceeded itself with Jakki's claim that "They" are out to discredit her. We can only assume, from the article, that "They" would be the DPD officers who discredited her claims, the other false accuser who discredits her claim and the defense attorneys who were kind enough to pass the information along to Cash.
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