Betty Monegan Hickling, the mother of the former state "public safety" commissioner at the center of the "troopergate" affair, wipes a tear from her eyes after speaking at a rally against Gov. Sarah Palin in Anchorage, Alaska.
Betty Monegan Hickling, the mother of the former state "public safety" commissioner at the center of the "troopergate" affair, wipes a tear from her eyes after speaking at a rally against Gov. Sarah Palin in Anchorage, Alaska. Chris Adams / MCT
Betty Monegan Hickling, the mother of the former state "public safety" commissioner at the center of the "troopergate" affair, wipes a tear from her eyes after speaking at a rally against Gov. Sarah Palin in Anchorage, Alaska. Chris Adams / MCT

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