All this, of course, presumes that Anusthony is telling the truth in the first place. The man we've seen is not trustworthy so I should think that what we'll read is his 'truth' which is more true than all the facts in the world.
This leads me to believe that the strips in the Reload that do not demonize John and Mike for having penises or vilify Mira for letting her ambition come between Mike and Twoo Wuv will be spent whining about the sad, lonely, ill-used little boy with the freckles who follows Liz around like a lost puppy.
The saddest part of all of this, though, is the knowledge that a lot of gullible people will swallow this tale of woe hook, line and sinker. Lynn's plans to expand her mail server are obviously inspired by her knowledge that the Inmans of the world will post long, awkward, illiterate letters telling the bad picky-faces to stop hating Anthony. Pleading his case merely because he had a crummy childhood is, of course, an absurdity. Even if his bio were one hundred percent true, it only explains what we've seen. Since he clearly lacks the impulse to regret what he's done, his past does absolutely nothing to excuse his multitude of sins.