The attorney for the parents of the Balloon Boy, Richard and Mayumi Heene, is now saying that the Heene's feel they could have been acquitted, but because the mother is a citizen of Japan - and if she was found guilty, she could be deported - they're taking one for the team and pleading guilty. Realllyyyy? We talked to ABC's Alex Stone from Fort Collins this morning, and also got the latest on the well being of the Heene children. Click here to hear the interview.
"We could have been acquitted, but . . ."
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