My question is why is he only just now doing this when Twin Galaxies hasn't exactly been keeping it a secret his scores were being investigated? I mean it seems like it would make more sense to present this alleged proof during the investigation than afterwards.
The whole time in the past couple months, he was simply insisting there was a "real tape" somewhere and he and his cultish followers continued to insist that he was legit, and insulted anyone who questioned that. Now that Twin Galaxies finally had the balls to do something about it, and Guinness following suit, it really should be all over; case closed. But now, he's bringing a promise of "documents and more" to squeeze out some more time in the spotlight, and plant a seed in people's minds the infinitesimal possibility that he's the real deal and has been totally misrepresented as a villain all along. Will he bring out something of actual value or make himself look even more slimy?
It's really quite ridiculous that he has followers, who through business deals or some sort of gain, have it in their best interests to perpetuate the myth that he is legendary when he hasn't actually proven anything. No doubt those are the "witnesses" he will bring on board. I used to think people like Isaiah "Triforce" Johnson and "King of Arcades" Richie Knucklez were cool, but then I hear about how they stick with Billy Mitchell even through the evidence... come on, guys. It's one thing to stick up for your friends, but when it's blatantly obvious they're in the wrong, you could still be a friend and choose to forgive them; not perpetuate the lies, lest you be dragged down along with them.
Kinda embarrassing for these gamers - that are grown men - to be defending some other guy's high score, like really. They need to get a life.