In our on-going investigation of the David Coppedge case we have uncovered some rather sordid details that suggest Coppedge has far more to hide than his misdeeds that are now so well known.
Not only did Coppedge actually loan DVDs that do not mandate evolution (something Jay Richards incredibly suggests may not even be a crime), but we are now learning that while in college Mr. Coppedge, then in his Sophomore year, once argued late into the night with his roommate and one other student (from down the hall) about various political issues.
Mr. Coppedge, according to our sources who are very reliable, expressed various opinions that were well known to be completely false. Coppedge provided various evidences to support his views, but that was irrelevant. On another occasion Mr. Coppedge was seen entering a bookstore on campus. Our source, who was naturally curious, ascertained that Coppedge browsed several controversial books in the Philosophy section of that bookstore.
If we were able to learn of such incriminations within our limited means, imagine what other crimes lurk in Mr. Coppedge's sordid past. Do we really need any more evidence? This case has guilt written all over it. Obviously the Jet Propulsion Laboratory acted in its great wisdom.