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The first mention of his criminal record was made by his wife in a 2011 Facebook comment underneath a C4GC post that announced the candidature of fellow Republican Jeff Hyde to the Senate.Jodi's comment alleged that Hyde's political rival Nancy Vaughan, currently serving as mayor of Greensboro, had been "trying to find dirt" on Hyde's associations and had “ran across an incident involving my husband from almost 20 years ago.” Vaughan rejected the allegations as “100% incorrect,” local blogger Ed Cone reported in his account of the controversy at the time, in which he included Jodi’s comment before it was deleted.Now, in the scene that I’m in, Bumble’s the most socially acceptable option.
It was the couple’s political commitment that put Barrett’s 1995 conviction, which is available on public records, under the spotlight.
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Barrett's criminal record then resurfaced a few years later, when the Riddleberger couple was among the plaintiffs in a defamation lawsuit against Greensboro blogger Jeff Martin, who wrote a satirical blog post saying that C4GC's most prominent members included the owners of a strip club and a child sex offender.
According to a In her Facebook comment, Jodi invoked the Christian concept of redemption to defend her husband.