A big win for opponents of Sarah Palin as a family court judge in Alaska has ordered records be open to the public in the custody case of the one-year-old offspring of Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston.
Johnston had argued he feared young Tripp's grandmother would be vindictive and run roughshod over him. Levi's attorney's argued a public custody dispute would keep Sarah Palin in check publicly. Meanwhile the attorney for Bristol says the former Governor is not involved except as a grandmother and that the child's interests are not served by a public feud.
The resulting depositions and testimony will provide a steady stream of gossip and that's good news for comics and commentators who have found Levi a font of material.
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