You tell me, if a doctor or hospital does you wrong, what would be the moral thing to do? Do you pocket thousands of dollars and silently go on with your life, or make sure that others know that this hospital or doctor did this to you? What most of Edward's clients would do is settle out of court, sign an agreement that they can't say the doctor or hospital is at fault, and give their lawyer 33% of the settlement amount. To say that lawyers are bottom feeders is degrading bottom feeders.
Anyway, in her book, Elizabeth basically blames her husbands mistress, by lashing out at Hunter, now 45, whose name she never actually uses in the book, as a parasitic groupie who invaded the Edwardses' life.
Her own life may be tragic, she concludes, but Hunter's is "pathetic."She left out anything to do with whether the mistress' child is Edwards'. However it's likely to be true because the Enquirer had it all right initially. The story concocted about the baby's 'real' father makes no sense at all, unless they want us to believe that the guy that was fingered as the father, an Edward's supporter no less, has a wife that is perverted, because the mistress was moved just a few houses away from the 'father.' I'm sure that's what every woman wants: her cheating husband's mistress right next door. Ya sure John, I really believe that.
Remember also that after the Enquirer publish the first story about him screwing around, they caught him in a hotel with her late at night.
She obviously has yet to come to terms with the reality because she says in her book, "I lie in bed, circles under my eyes, my sparse hair sticking in too many directions, and he looks at me as if I am the most beautiful woman he has ever seen. It matters." I wish it were true Elizabeth. However he's still lying.