Wikipedia Takes Note of CNN Legal Analyst's Failed Debate, Wager Welshing

Hey folks,

Just last night somebody brought to my attention that the Wikipedia entry for Sunny Hostin, purported attorney and CNN legal analyst, has been updated to include her failed performance during the UC Berkeley Stand-Your-Ground debate, as well as her welshing on the $100 wager made with me in the course of that debate.

Previous posts relevant to this matter can be found here:

CNN analyst welches on bet after Andrew Branca wins “Stand-Your-Ground” Debate

and here:

The Wager Sunny Hostin Refuses to Honor

and here:

UC Berkeley Debate on SYG: Andrew Branca’s Lethal Opening Statement

and here:

Twitter-Proved: CNN Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin’s Wager is PAST DUE

and here:

DOWNFALL: The UC Berkeley Law School Stand-Your-Ground Debate

and probably elsewhere, but I’m running out of time for this post.

In any case, Sunny Hostin’s Wiki entry can be found here:

Wikipedia: Sunny Hostin

As of 10:52AM EST on April 28, 2014, the entry still included this particular bit:

Sunny Hostin Wiki with debate welch

Who knows how long it will stay up, but it gave me a hearty laugh, for sure.

Oh, on wager update: Still no money or word from Sunny Hostin. #wheresmymoney, Sunny?

–Andrew, @LawSelfDefense

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Andrew Branca
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