The above post is incorrect.
William Ting is not the author behind "framing the tiger" , A photo he had taken was edited and used on the site.
It does look like there is a cottage industry creeping in of attempts to reinstate Anthony's reputation:
The "Framing the Tiger" blog seems to be active with what appear to be people who have met Anthony:
None of these blogs/sites seem to answer why Anthony lied but seeem to work on the theme "that he is a good Christian", "victim of a with hunt" by people who have personally known him.
I suspect that Anthony is trying to reinstate his career.
It also does appear that none of the people creating these sites are prepared to lodge an appeal with the Evangelical Union for an appeal for their earlier statement in regard to Anthony.
Looks like Anthony has re-released "Taming the Tiger"
You would have thought with the various investigations and national press coverage he would have let it drop but apparently not. I'm scratching my head to understand what the hell he is thinking of.
Three time King Fu champion? LOL. Judging from the date of the first review, I don't think he ever stopped selling it; through Amazon at least. But you can buy Cry of The Tiger, Which seems to be bullshit but authored by Angela Little, from eBay's young adult fiction section. The cover still lists it as an "amazing true story", however.
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