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Balloon Boy Mom Admits The Hoax


Balloon Boy Mom Admits The Hoax

Monday, November 2 2009

According to the affidavit sworn out by sheriff's investigator Robert Heffernan, Balloon Boy's mom Mayumi Heene spilled the beans saying that the whole incident was "intentional as a hoax."



She confessed that he and her husband Richard did such thing so that their family will be "more marketable for future media interest." A Denver defense attorney Scott Robinson, who is not involved with the case, opined, "If Mayumi's confession was lawfully obtained, it is conclusive evidence against her, but it cannot be used against him, nor can she testify against him without his consent."



The mother of Falcon, 6, also told the authorities that they planned the launching of the 20-foot Mylar balloon for two weeks, and that she and Richard told their sons to lie to the officers.




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