AUDIO: Chicken Man’s Former Mortgage Holder Cared for Andrew, Not Money


(photo credit G.Stewart, Creative Loafing)

As promised, here is the audio recording with Andrew Wordes’ former mortgage holder Dora Hardeman.

After listening, a few questions remain:
1) Dora cared deeply for Andrew and explicitly stated she ‘would have helped Andrew get out of his financial situation’ any way she could. If she didn’t receive pressure from the City, why would she sell the note to the home FOR FORTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR?
2) Who was the ‘other person’ who offered to purchase the mortgage from Dora around the same time?
3) Why are certain parties still claiming there was a venomous relationship between Dora and Andrew when in 6 minutes of taping she stated how much she liked him 5+ times and that if she ‘could pick a side, it’d be Anderew’s’?
4) Does anyone else find it coincidental that the current mortgage holder hasn’t paid Mrs. Dora Hardeman a dime?
5) Why did Mr. Wall offer to buy Andrew’s mortgage from Dora if they didn’t know each other, as Dora claimed?
6)Why is Mrs. Hardeman ‘disgusted’ with the City if the harassment of Andrew is untrue and if she was not pressured from Roswell regarding the note?

Food for thought.

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13 thoughts on “AUDIO: Chicken Man’s Former Mortgage Holder Cared for Andrew, Not Money

    1. thePERSPICACIOUSconservative Post author

      Nancy, you seem to be mistaken. The device was in my hand the entire time after Mrs. Hardeman welcomed me into her home. Further, it was not a hidden camera as her face, person or home are never shown.

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      1. Ima

        I’m also rather “perspicacious” and can certainly read between the lines. What a poor, poor defense you gave!! Just because you had the “device” in your hand the whole time after she “welcomed you into her home” doesn’t mean she was aware of what you were actually doing there. If you had made her aware of it, you would not have had a problem with recording yourself asking for her permission to record the interview but instead you were deceitful with your intentions and secretly recorded the conversation anyway. It may not be illegal, but it is morally questionable. I just have to ask… Did you ever tell her that you recorded her and posted the interview with her on the internet for the world to hear? Probably not. As I mentioned in another reply, wrong doesn’t always = illegal. I’m sure you thought your intentions were in the right place. Sadly, Andrew isn’t here to speak for himself but legal or not, I don’t think he would’ve appreciated your doing that to his FRIEND. I’m glad you can live with yourself for doing such a rotten, deceitful thing to that unsuspecting woman who actually cared about Andrew.

  1. Pepperdine1

    Uhh Nancy…more importantly, the old lady clearly wants to show her support for Andrew and what happened to him.

    Another crazy Anti-Andrew person trying to divert from the real problem

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    1. Ima

      Hey Pepperdine1, just because someone doesn’t agree with the methods the interviewer used to acquire this video does NOT make them a “crazy Anti-Andrew” person! I knew Andrew many years and was ALWAYS on his side but I still don’t think it was ethical / morally right the way the interviewer obtained this video. I also don’t think Andrew would’ve appreciated it either since the person being interviewed was his friend. Furthermore, everyone should just let him rest in peace.

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  2. Lady A

    Wake up Nancy Georgia has a one person consent law. Besides I’m glad this is coming out. Andrew was right and we cannot let his story be suppressed.

    Also, does it really seem like the writer ha to pull teeth to get her to talk? She was basically singing. Step off your High horse and recognize whata in front of you.

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    1. Ima

      I’d known Andrew for more than 10 years and I was always on his side too. Yes, there is a one-person consent law in Georgia especially when it comes to having evidence in a court of law; however, I’m not so sure it applies when you secretly record someone and post them to the internet without their permission but maybe it does. Was permission granted to do that? I don’t think so otherwise the interviewer would have mentioned it during the interview. This woman probably would’ve spoken on camera or agreed to have a voice recording had she been given the option but since that wasn’t mentioned in the interview, it looks like she had no clue or choice. Wrong doesn’t always = illegal. I think legal or not, this video was totally wrong and unethical! Doing something wrong or unethical to help Andrew now is not right and I don’t think he would’ve appreciated it especially having been secretly done to someone he cared about and to someone who helped him in a great time of need. I do agree that everyone, including the City of Roswell, needs to let this die down. Andrew’s gone and so sadly, he’s never coming back. Please just let him rest in peace!!!

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      1. Ima

        Hey Lady A…. I’d known Andrew for more than 10 years and I was always on his side too. Yes, there is a one-person consent law in Georgia especially when it comes to having evidence in a court of law; however, I’m not so sure it applies when you secretly record someone and post them to the internet without their permission but maybe it does. Was permission granted to do that? I don’t think so otherwise the interviewer would have mentioned it during the interview. This woman probably would’ve spoken on camera or agreed to have a voice recording had she been given the option but since that wasn’t mentioned in the interview, it looks like she had no clue or choice. Wrong doesn’t always = illegal. I think legal or not, this video was totally wrong and unethical! Doing something wrong or unethical to help Andrew now is not right and I don’t think he would’ve appreciated it especially having been secretly done to someone he cared about and to someone who helped him in a great time of need. I do agree that everyone, including the City of Roswell, needs to let this die down. Andrew’s gone and so sadly, he’s never coming back. Please just let him rest in peace!!!

  3. M Potter

    And Mrs. Hardeman said that she that would do anything to help Andrew and that she was on Andrew’s side and at the end she said she would speak out… that’s pretty clear from the interview…

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