Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Dick Cady Says Katina Powell's Claims are "Pretty Damn Credible"

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Dick Cady spoke to the Courier-Journal's Jeff Greer about Katina Powell and the Breaking Cardinal Rules book.

Cady told Greer that he feels Powell's story is "pretty damn credible."

The book's co-author also stated that he hired Certified Fraud & Forensic Investigation to investigate Powell's phone calls and text messages and match up the phone numbers she was claiming she was contacting.

Cady said the firm confirmed that Katina Powell was indeed talking to former Louisville staffer Andre McGree. 

Here is an excerpt:

The IBJ hired Indianapolis-based Certified Fraud & Forensic Investigation to comb through Powell's phone and corroborate phone calls and text messages and match up the phone numbers she was claiming she was contacting. The firm digging through Powell's phone, Cady said, eased any concerns they had about the supposed "virus" that Powell claims in the book erased hundreds of text messages with McGee.

Asked if the firm confirmed that it was indeed McGee who was contacting Powell, Cady thumbed a stack of cellphone data records and said, "Oh, yeah." Cady declined to share the records with The Courier-Journal.

Asked if he ever doubted the veracity of any of Powell's claims at any point in the process, Cady flatly said no.

"It seemed to me that there were three things there: No. 1, the university stuff; No. 2, this incredible thing about the escort business; and No. 3, the unbelievable thing about her and her daughters," Cady said, referring to Powell's claims that she used her daughters as entertainers and prostitutes."

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