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anjypanjy
  • From:USA

Date Posted:04-01-2018 11:16:20Copy HTML

... but not the one he threatened. 
http://www.wsfa.com/story/37194942/ua-push

Roy Moore accuser suing him for defamation

WAFF 48 Digital Staff
Jan 4, 2018 04:33 PM

ETOWAH COUNTY, AL (WAFF) - One of the women who accused Roy Moore of sexual misconduct decades ago has filed a lawsuit against him.

Leigh Corfman alleges Moore sexually abused her in 1979 when she was 14 years old and he was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney. She says after coming forward during Moore's 2016 Senate campaign, Moore has denied this and "defamed" her.

The lawsuit alleges:

Since November 2017, Defendants Roy Moore and his campaign committee, Judge Roy Moore for US Senate (the “Moore Campaign Committee”), have defamed Ms. Corfman, repeatedly and in all forms of media, calling her a liar and questioning her motivation for publicly disclosing that Mr. Moore sexually abused her in 1979 when she was a 14-year-old high school freshman and he was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney.

Nor have these defamatory statements stopped with the Senate election on December 12, 2017. On December 27, 2017, Mr. Moore filed a lawsuit in this Court in which he characterized Ms. Corfman’s account of the sexual abuse as “false and malicious.” As before the election, the Moore Campaign Committee supported and echoed Mr. Moore’s attacks. Mr. Moore and the Moore Campaign Committee will likely continue to defame Ms. Corfman if they are not stopped by this Court.

Corfman's account was one of the initial ones first reported by The Washington Post during the campaign. Similar misconduct tales from multiple other women soon followed.

Corfman is asking Moore to retract his statements about her, publicly apologiZwand pay the "costs and expenses of this action."


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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:04-01-2018 11:39:26Copy HTML

Interesting. Willing to spend her time and money, and possibly her reputation to advance what she argues to be the truth.


Makes you think she may have conviction her claim is factual.
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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:04-01-2018 11:49:37Copy HTML

 all she has to do is prove he assaulted her.  No problema.
“The truth is like a lion, you don’t have to defend it. Let it loose, it will defend itself.” St. Augustine
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  • From:Argentina

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:04-01-2018 11:50:25Copy HTML

Her money?  Surely you jest.
Try to remember the kind of September when men weren't girls and girls weren't fellas..................
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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 12:01:01Copy HTML

 Not certain, but since he called her a liar and said he never knew or dated her, that might be all she needs to prove. Might not be so difficult. Maybe good ol Roy would like to testify under oath. 😏
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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 12:03:15Copy HTML

 I think defamation is difficult to prove, but at least this should shut up all the "where are his accusers now?!?!" morons.

Who am I kidding. No it won't. 


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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 12:21:44Copy HTML

His 56-box archive is filled with misogynist and lecherous musings.


Allen’s archive displays a lifelong fixation with cocktail waitresses, stewardesses and very young women. (Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)
Richard Morgan, a freelance writer in New York, is the author of “Born in Bedlam,” a memoir.

Woody Allen is making a new movie. Just kidding: He doesn’t make new movies. What he’s editing now, “A Rainy Day in New York,” about a college-age love triangle, could, like any of his movies, instead be titled “A Woman Gets Objectified by a Man.” This, in his view, is the pinnacle of art, its truest calling and highest purpose. Especially when it involves young women who are compelled to lackluster men merely by the gravity of the men’s obsession.

I know this because I’ve seen his whole career up close — going through all of his drafts and scribblings, his psychological and physical cutting-room floor that exists in the 56-box, 57-year personal archives he has been curating since 1980 at Princeton University (which he did not attend). According to the staff at Firestone Library’s rare-books wing, I’m the first person to read Allen’s collection — the Woody Papers — from cover to cover, and from the very beginning to the very end, Allen, quite simply, drips with repetitious misogyny. Allen, who has been nominated for 24 Oscars, never needed ideas besides the lecherous man and his beautiful conquest — a concept around which he has made films about Paris, Rome, Barcelona, Manhattan, journalism, time travel, communist revolution, murder, writing novels, Thanksgiving dinner, Hollywood and many other things — because that one idea bore so much fruit for his career.

Allen’s archive is a garden of earthly deletes — decades of notes and stories and sketches that the prolific filmmaker exiled, for whatever reason, to the shadowlands in between whole-hearted commitment and half-hearted possession. His screenplays are often Freudian, and they generally feature him (or some avatar for him) sticking almost religiously to a formula: A relationship on the brink of failure is thrown into chaos by the introduction of a compelling outsider, almost always a young woman. Sometimes, this produces a gem, such as “Match Point.” Often it does not. Ellen Page, featured in 2012’s “To Rome With Love,” called working with Allen “the biggest regret of my career.”

Allen’s work is flatly boorish. Running through all of the boxes is an insistent, vivid obsession with young women and girls: There’s the “wealthy, educated, respected” male character in one short story (“By Destiny Denied: Incident at Entwhistle’s”) who lives with a 21-year-old “Indian” woman. First, Allen’s revisions reduce her to 18, then double down, literally, and turn her into two 18-year-olds. There’s the 16-year-old in an unmade television pitch described as “a flashy sexy blonde in a flaming red low cut evening gown with a long slit up the side.” There’s the 17-year-old girl in another short story, “Consider Kaplan,” whose 53-year-old neighbor falls in love with her as the two share a silent, one-floor-long elevator ride in their Park Avenue co-op. There’s the female college student in “Rainy Day” who “should not be 20 or 21, sounds more like 18 — or even 17 — but 18 seems better.” That script includes a male college student but gives no description of his age. Another of Allen’s male characters, in a draft of a 1977 New Yorker story called “The Kugelmass Episode,” is a 45-year-old fascinated by “coeds” at City College of New York. In the margin next to this character’s dialogue, Allen wrote, then crossed out, “c’est moi” — it’s me.

His publicist, Leslee Dart, did not reply to several requests for comment on this story. Reclusive by nature, Allen did lodge a complaint about the Weinstein moment, warning the BBC about “a witch hunt atmosphere, a Salem atmosphere, where every guy in an office who winks at a woman is suddenly having to call a lawyer.” He seems to believe that coworkers wink at each other all the time.

He would rather talk about his art and his fiction than his life or his culture. But behold how quickly his writing veers in a draft of “My Apology,” a short story: “Of all the famous men who ever lived, the one I would most like to have been was Socrates. Not just because he was a great thinker, because I have been known to have some reasonably profound insights myself, although mine invariably revolve around two eighteen year old cocktail waitresses and some rope handcuffs.” (In the published version, the object of desire has become a stewardess whose age is ommitted.) In another draft, titled “My Speech to the Graduates,” he complains that “science has failed us. True, it has conquered many diseases, broken the genetic code, and even placed human beings on the Moon. And yet when a man of eighty is left in a room with two eighteen year old cocktail waitresses, nothing happens.” A draft of “The Lunatic’s Tale” contains a long section about a man cheating on his wife with a “photographer’s model” before concluding that “the point is, my needs required the best of two women.”

He does not restrict these urges to fictional women. In a fake interview, he writes of real-life actress Janet Margolin, who had roles in “Annie Hall” and “Take the Money and Run”: “Occasionally I was forced to make love to her to get a decent performance. I did what I had to but in a businesslike way.” (Margolin died in 1993.) And here is a riff he wrote to caption an imagined photo of the Spanish socialite Nati Abascal, who worked with Allen in “Bananas”: “Could she act? Yes, I learned and especially in her defense. She blocked my [hand] as I reached for her thigh and brought her knee up sharply into my groin as we discussed show business. . . . I pulled a contract out of my pocket and we both signed, but not until I told her about the sexual obligation that was a part of the job of any actress who worked with me.” Allen goes on: “I came to appreciate her body for what it was as time went by, namely, a girl’s body. . . . Soon she got used to my ways. Aware of my position as father figure on the set (a director is just that) I allowed her to come to me with her problems. When she never showed up, I came to her with mine.” A representative for Abascal did not return messages asking what she thought of these musings.

In all likelihood, the Margolin and Abascal bits were intended as parody, but they are grounded in the reality that Allen seems to see the function of women in his life as their begging to be a part of it — even outside the sexual realm. When Coretta Scott King asked him in 1987 to become an honorary director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, Allen told his assistant, Norma Lee Clark (who scribbled it on the letter): “OK only if they write again to ask.”

But wait: Allen creates wonderful roles for women! Well, sort of. The fact that his work has earned so many women Academy Award nominations and prizes for acting — Penélope Cruz, Rebecca Hall, Mariel Hemingway, Diane Keaton, Geraldine Page, Maureen Stapleton, Dianne Wiest — is a nesting-doll joke: His trophies have trophies. Allen used Keaton and the others the way Harvey Weinstein used Meryl Streep: an Oscar lure shiny enough to blind aspiring acolytes to his darkness, though some of them recognized that darkness and decided to participate anyway. “He’s never fake and he’s exactly who he is through and through,” Miley Cyrus told Vanity Fair at the premiere of their television project, “Crisis in Six Scenes.” When Billboard asked Selena Gomez, who auditioned five times to join “Rainy Day,” whether she’d contemplated Allen’s past — presumably referring to allegations that he abused one of his girlfriend’s daughters and began an improper relationship with another — before taking the role, she replied: “That’s something, yes, I had to face and discuss. I stepped back and thought, ‘Wow, the universe works in interesting ways.’ ” Kate Winslet justified her participation in December’s “Wonder Wheel” by saying: “I don’t know anything, really, and whether any of it is true or false. Having thought it all through, you put it to one side and just work with the person.”

Reese Witherspoon, Shonda Rhimes and America Ferrera join a group of 300 women in an initiative to battle sexual harassment in the workplace.

Allen’s attention to detail is evident throughout his papers — he writes and rewrites, invents and destroys characters, inserts and removes himself from scripts. He pains over inconsequential details: “Shrugs” becomes “laughs” becomes “chortles.” But the incessant fiddling is strangest when it comes to women. In a script called “Cloquet & Brisseau: The Chair,” he turns “good legs” into “great legs,” which become “enormous breasts” and then finally “long, tanned legs.”

Sometimes Allen is in his work, but even when he isn’t, his characters are often obvious stand-ins. In a story that takes place wholly in the mind of a man named Moses Rifkin, he writes: “Unlike the Jewish girl — the shiksa is not guilt-ridden — not a complainer — she is abandoned, fun-loving, and above all promiscuous. The shiksa will perform any sex act.” In “Rainy Day,” Roland Polland, a fictional film director, confesses to a young female college student, “I took no risks because the bitch goddess of success opened her legs in my brain.” But that’s Roland Polland. Not Woody Allen. The “c’est moi” is always crossed out. He is Alvy Singer. He is Moses Rifkin. He is Isaac Davis. He is Sandy Bates. He is Zelig.

In one extremely revealing project that he never made, he showed his real self. “The Filmmaker” is a screenplay co-written by Allen and Marshall Brickman in the late ’60s or early ’70s. It’s about a down-and-out documentarian who has a side gig shooting porn “like Fellini” but only because he is “some kind of film genius who needs the cash.” This fictional filmmaker’s name? Woody Allen. Fake Woody is engaged to Susan, who works at the Museum of Modern Art as a seller of art books. Her job and her interest in music ostensibly make her intellectual — or at least cultured — which seals her fate in his eyes. It’s a cold relationship. One day, while filming at a mental institute, Fake Woody meets Jennifer, “a girl.” She is schizophrenic.

Jennifer: “There’s something about you that I seem to respond to. I suspect that you’re a potential strong person . . . very deep . . . and that you suffer a great deal.”

Woody: “I — you know . . .”

Jennifer: “Someday you will be a great artist. It’s in your eyes.”

Woody: “You have the best face I ever saw in my life. That’s true.”

He leaves Susan at the altar.

Fake Woody falls in love with Jennifer the only way Real Woody and his co-author know how to write it: at first sight, cosmically, instinctively, overwhelmingly and then — as if it’s flattering — obsessively, in the pattern of that 53-year-old man in the elevator, who ends up sending his 17-year-old neighbor a valentine. The contents of that love note are instructive to Allen’s sense of courtship and, in creative terms, to his sense of how chemistry forms between two characters. It reads, in full: “I saw you only briefly the other day and have not stopped thinking of you. Though we shared a casual and fleeting elevator ride — one floor, to be exact — I fear my life can never be the same. Please meet me for cocktails one night this week. I live in the penthouse. I implore you not to say no. If it turns out for one reason or another you can never share my feelings than [sic] the worst you will suffer is that I will tell you how lovely you are for the duration of a single martini.”

Although the drinking age was raised from 18 to 21 in 1986, at any time in Allen’s life it would’ve been illegal for a grown man to offer a 17-year-old a martini. But this is a man who, at 43, awarded himself 16-year-old Hemingway’s first kiss — the actress’s herself, not her character’s — on the set of “Manhattan.” (Afterward, she recalled in a talk show interview, she ran over to cinematographer Gordon Willis and cried, “I don’t have to do that again, do I?”) He is dressing up crime as art. Hemingway declined to comment for this story.

In many ways, Allen frustrates people because he seems to relish dancing on the edge of the outrage. There’s nothing criminal about an 82-year-old’s fixation with 18-year-olds, and it’s not whip-out-your-penis, button-under-the-desk bad. But it’s deeply, anachronistically gross. More than that, he seems not to care about bettering or changing himself in any way. He lives and thinks and creates as he did in the 1970s, nearly a half-century ago. He’s a reminder that our future, however woke it becomes, will not be full of social-justice valedictorians quoting James Baldwin and Roxane Gay. There will be 22nd-century dunces lagging by a half-century or more. Allen is worse than an augury of those trolls of tomorrow; he is a model for them, a validation.

In this #MeToo era, a hackneyed moral argument has calcified for loving the art while hating the artist, and dancing around Walter Benjamin’s idea that “at the base of every major work of art is a pile of barbarism.” Allen looms large in those conversations, given the tragic inception of his current marriage, which began when he started a sexual relationship with his then-girlfriend’s teenage daughter (now his wife of two decades). As he later described the affair: “I was paternal. She responded to someone paternal. I liked her youth and energy. She deferred to me.”

Loving the art treats it as a finished product, polished and packaged for the public. But what are the thoughts that go into the art? The emotions? The priorities? The ugliness? All art is partly autobiographical — it comes from inside someone’s mind, inside their soul. Allen’s archive shows what is inside his.

Read more from Outlook 
“The truth is like a lion, you don’t have to defend it. Let it loose, it will defend itself.” St. Augustine
anjypanjy Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #7
  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 01:16:15Copy HTML

 ...wtf does Woody Allen have to do with this thread? 
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  • From:Norway

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 01:26:25Copy HTML

  the seg dimension............

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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 01:33:29Copy HTML

Moore lost, so is this another sore winner thread? 
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anjypanjy Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #10
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 01:38:21Copy HTML

 Cowboy, we're you not one of those asking repeatedly where these women "disappeared" to? 
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 03:17:45Copy HTML

Reply to anjypanjy

 Not certain, but since he called her a liar and said he never knew or dated her, that might be all she needs to prove. Might not be so difficult. Maybe good ol Roy would like to testify under oath. 😏

She called him a pedophile, what was he supposed to say? And in order to "defame" her, wouldn't she have to prove she wasn't lying?
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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 03:37:46Copy HTML

 all she has to do is prove he assaulted her.  No problema.

Exactly, he said, she said. 
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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 04:05:04Copy HTML

Cowboy, we're you not one of those asking repeatedly where these women "disappeared" to? 

She is suing him for defamation which means she has to prove the incident actually occurred. I think you missed the word alleges in the article. It would be pretty hard to sue someone for calling you a liar if you can't prove you didn't lie. Sounds to me like she is saying that Moore has no right to defend himself against her accusations. Now where have heard that before in here?

Or she could just be looking for some easy money because I'm sure she is not paying her scumbag lawyer Allred. I'm also sure if she had to put her money where her mouth is we wouldn't be hearing shit from her right now.


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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 04:06:32Copy HTML

She called him a pedophile, what was he supposed to say? And in order to "defame" her, wouldn't she have to prove she wasn't lying?

She's a woman and women never lie. Didn't you know that?
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 05:37:08Copy HTML

Reply to anjypanjy

 Cowboy, we're you not one of those asking repeatedly where these women "disappeared" to? 

No.
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  • From:Argentina

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 12:46:14Copy HTML

It's never good enough for true haters that Bat Allred and her spawn again made a million bucks hauling stupid women's asses around the country pretending a feel-up from forty years ago caused all their addictions.   It's not enough that they ruined a man's reputation, cost him a job, cost him an election and hurt his entire family.

No, they, like the socialists, must DESTROY every vestige of him, because he DARED to run.

That is it in a nutshell, and it is pointless to argue it, because it is clear those arguing are liars.
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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 02:11:23Copy HTML

Reply to DC3Cowboy

Reply to anjypanjy

 Cowboy, we're you not one of those asking repeatedly where these women "disappeared" to? 

No.

Apologies, then, maybe I am confusing you with Freebird and several others who have done so. Since this has been a common theme among the Moore supporters here, though, surely you can recognize tr purpose if my sharing the OP. 
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 02:12:31Copy HTML

Reply to skrumpie

It's never good enough for true haters that Bat Allred and her spawn again made a million bucks hauling stupid women's asses around the country pretending a feel-up from forty years ago caused all their addictions.   It's not enough that they ruined a man's reputation, cost him a job, cost him an election and hurt his entire family.

No, they, like the socialists, must DESTROY every vestige of him, because he DARED to run.

That is it in a nutshell, and it is pointless to argue it, because it is clear those arguing are liars.

God forbid you consider that Moore is simply facing the consequences of his own actions, huh Skrump? Poor victim Roy.

The entire lawsuit can be viewed here for those interested:

http://www.wvtm13.com/article/leigh-corfman-files-defamation-lawsuit-against-roy-moore/14753915
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 02:15:04Copy HTML

Reply to kc11989

Reply to anjypanjy

 Not certain, but since he called her a liar and said he never knew or dated her, that might be all she needs to prove. Might not be so difficult. Maybe good ol Roy would like to testify under oath. 😏

She called him a pedophile, what was he supposed to say? And in order to "defame" her, wouldn't she have to prove she wasn't lying?

When did she call him a pedophile?

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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 02:41:46Copy HTML

God forbid you consider that Moore is simply facing the consequences of his own actions, huh Skrump? Poor victim Roy.
When you prove that then I will join you. But so far Roy has claimed his innocence and all you have is some woman claiming that almost forty years ago she was sexually abused more than once by Moore. She has no proof of it and she just happened to bring it up after 37 years ago. And she  just decided to do it right before an election. I'm sure all that was just coincidental. $$$
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 02:47:30Copy HTML

 We've been over it a thousand times, and you still refuse to acknowledge that the women's claims are credible, backed by corroborated evidence and testimony from their acquaintances at the time of the incidents, and you still refuse to acknowledge Moore's own changing story about his relationship with these women. No point in covering it again just for you to stick your fingers in your ears. 🤷
Anyway, think Moore will testify under oath? 😏
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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 02:50:17Copy HTML

When did she call him a pedophile? 


So if I said I saw Moore take a gun and kill someone would I not be accusing him of murder. 
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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 02:53:31Copy HTML

 Attraction to young teens is not pedophilia. We've covered that a million times too. You have a very selective memory. It retains only what suits you. 
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 03:14:48Copy HTML

Attraction to young teens is not pedophilia. We've covered that a million times too. You have a very selective memory. It retains only what suits you. 

Really? So what age is the cut off for pedophilia in Alabama?
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 03:25:46Copy HTML

 Pedophilia has an actual definition. It refers to attraction to young children who have not yet reached puberty. Again, this is a discussion that has already been had. You should try ginko biloba supplements.
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 03:34:22Copy HTML

Indeed we've been over it a thousand times, and you still refuse to acknowledge that there is zero evidence...nothing whatsoever, the implicates Moore. And...for the thousandth time, the only evidence provided was found to be altered...manipulated...falsified. 

I can't for the life of me understand why you insist on destroying this man, his family and his political aspirations, other than you just have it out for him. 

Motive and timing...very suspect. 
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 03:36:28Copy HTML

 Except for all that evidence previously mentioned repeatedly. 🙃
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  • From:USA

Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 03:37:55Copy HTML

 And again, the yearbook was not the only corroborating evidence. I've shown you the other accusers cards from Moore, which she received with a check, and her high school memory book in which she documented some of her relationship with him. You seem to have the same selective memory as Freebird. 
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 03:39:37Copy HTML

So sending cards and signing yearbooks is criminal? Ya...you go with that. 
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Re:Roy Moore to be part of defamation lawsuit

Date Posted:05-01-2018 03:42:05Copy HTML

 Strawman. It is evidence that they knew each other and that they dated, which is the question regarding that particular accuser. Nothing criminal to note regarding her; she says they dated and she never had a problem with it until he started denying it and calling her a liar to the press. 
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