At least three of Hayden’s alleged victims are family members. The only one that has come forward publicly is Hayden’s older daughter and fellow “Sons of Guns” star, Stephanie Hayden Ford, who will controversially be discussing the situation on daytime television’s “Dr. Phil.”

via MONSTER: Fourth Victim Comes Forward To Accuse “Sons Of Guns” Star Of Rape [Updated] – Bearing Arms.

Bob Owens gave Bill Hayden the proper title: Monster.

I have restrained myself from commenting till now. When the first accusation came out and it was hinted that came from an ex-wife, you have to keep it at a distance because you don’t know if it is true or a thing of spite. But then the second accusation came out followed closely by the one made by Stephanie Hayden Ford  made me realize that we were looking at a depraved bastard. A fourth accusation brings him to the full position of monster.  And my take is that there are there that have not come forward and we may never know about them.

I know, we must wait for the law to run its course and I do hope it does so. And if the allegations are prove true, I hope this bastard gets the maximum the law allows and then some.

I won’t soil any more posts in this blog talking about Bill Hayden until his verdict.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

3 thoughts on “MONSTER: Fourth Victim Comes Forward To Accuse “Sons Of Guns” Star Of Rape.”
  1. The man gets to have a trial; we don’t shoot our wounded and we play by the rules, because our folks have to hold higher standards. “Innocent until proven guilty” must apply to everyone to mean anything to anyone.
    After the verdict comments will have some actual meaning.

  2. I think many in the “manoshpere” have really pinned down the issue: There have been so many incidents where the left and the media (but I repeat myself) have dragged men through the mud over allegations that later proved to be false. The Duke lacrosse case is just the tip of the iceberg.

    Much like Aesop’s fable about the boy crying wolf, this has changed our societal reaction to accusations of rape from “she must be telling the truth, and we must ensure that justice is served” to “Did it really happen?”

    On the whole, I think this is one of the biggest (and most negative) consequences of the war the left has been waging against western society.

    Frankly, the fact that Hayden’s early explanation (that it was a false claim made by a jilted ex) was actually plausible is a STUNNING indictment of where our society is going.

  3. I no longer have any reasonable doubt in my mind. (Although I could still give him a fair trial as a juror, because I WOULD judge him based only on the evidence presented at trial.)

    Too bad he isn;t likely to have the common decency to hang himslef in prison. Because what he does, that’s an incurable perversion, and he can NEVER be allowed access to potential victims again.

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