Bil Browning

Revenge: Elizabeth Edwards Video Revealed

Filed By Bil Browning | June 10, 2011 3:45 PM | comments

Filed in: Politics
Tags: Elizabeth Edwards, John Edwards, secret videotape

Guess who's assisting the federal government's case against John Edwards for illegally using campaign funds to cover up his affair and subsequent child with Reille Hunter?

In an act of ultimate revenge on her philandering husband, Elizabeth Edwards recorded a videotape of everything she knew about the cheating jerk's illegal activities before she died and had it sent to prosecutors.

Before her death in December 2010 at age 61, Elizabeth got newly engaged daughter Cate, 29, to agree that if anything happened to John, she would take care of the youngsters with the help of relatives and friends.

"It was then - without Cate's knowledge - that Elizabeth turned the video camera on herself. She passed the video to a close friend and asked that it be sent to prosecutors," said the source.

"On the secret video, Elizabeth spells out EVERYTHING she knew.

"Elizabeth wanted to haunt John and Rielle - literally from her grave - and she has".


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"revenge is a dish best served cold"

"From the grave, instability at thee!"
Looks like she sank that blade up to the hilt in his cheating ass!
Way to go! All he can do now is go to her grave and bark!
I like it! I really do! When's the movie coming out?

?! Grrrr
"From the grave I stab at thee!"

Wtf is up with iPads changing stuff when you up load?

Okay, call me skeptical, but since when is the National Enquirer a reliable source? I must have missed the memo, I thought they were a tabloid...

The Enquirer, to their credit, was the outlet that unearthed the cheating/baby scandal to begin with, and perhaps surprisingly, held back on it for a period of time to get their ducks in a row before printing the first story. So, on this scandal at least, they're batting average it quite good. Who knew?

I'm taking a lot of pleasure in this comeuppance as well, although by many accounts Elizabeth was a formidable shrew in her own right; it seems no one in this sad affair smells like a rose.