Based on a true story, Truth Be Told tells of a woman's fight against sexual harassment and discrimination at a top-fifty U.S. law school. Julia Borden is a Norman Rockwell version of today's healthy-minded and successful American woman. A former JAG officer at Guantanamo, she goes to work for a law school where she establishes a program to train students how to provide legal services to military families in need. But one of the university officials wants her for his own purposes, and he won't stop his attentions, even though her husband is a distinguished colleague at the school. Finally the perpetrator goes to far. Julia and her husband, Alex, demand action from the law school. But the good ole boys, in all of their arrogance, instead circle the wagons. Putting the institution at risk, they wind up being sued in federal court. That's where the truth finally comes out about their odious behavior - their incompetence and their deceit - and their attempts to cover it all up. Truth Be Told was written by award-winning broadcast journalist Tony Seton.
Tony Seton is a communications specialist. A veteran broadcast journalist, he covered Watergate, eight elections, and five spaces shots, produced Barbara Walters' news interviews, and won a handful of national awards for his business-economics coverage for ABC Network Television News and for two public television documentaries. He has conducted over a thousand interviews and is the author of more than 2,000 essays and a half-dozen books. Tony is a political consultant whose clients have included Nancy Pelosi, Tom Campbell, and the American Nurses Association. Tony also consults businesses. Plus he is a teacher, media trainer, and web designer. In addition, Tony writes and records a daily commentary called SetonnoteS and he markets himself as a public speaker with the title of Motivational Patriot. When he's not communicating, Tony is flying, taking photographs, and walking on the beach.