Today’s Post and Courier story finally prints the details of the Randy Scott phone calls, showing that he wanted his cousin, a local magistrate, to come perform a bond hearing and get him out.

We’re not saying he was cheating, but one phone call in particular struck us like the scene in every episode of “Cheaters” where they tape a conversation with the cheater fibbing about what he/she is doing while showing video of him/her with the other man/woman.

In another call, Amanda (his wife) asks Scott where he was coming from at the time he was stopped.

“I was just riding around.”

“You were just riding around?” she asks.

“I wasn’t drunk either,” Scott says. “This ain’t nothing but politics. That’s all it is.”

“We’ll see what it’s all about,” his wife says.

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