Roy Moore Files Suit Against Accusers

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The mainstream media ran with their stories. Accusations that were impossible to prove and impossible to defend from. They were paraded around on TV as they attempted to swing political momentum. And then, in a flash they were gone…

What does a politician who has had his name destroyed in the media do next? File a Lawsuit of course. Moore’s attorney, Melissa Isaak, held a press conference where she dismissed the accusations raised against Moore shortly before the special Senate election as “false.” She added that his accusers, and others, hoped to see him lose the Dec. 12 special election.

“We intend to show the people of Alabama that a political conspiracy came about to ruin his campaign for Senate and to defame him, to defame his character so the people of Alabama would not vote for him in the special Senate election,” Isaak said.

The lawsuit names three of the women who said Moore abused them as teens, and several other defendants, including the woman who said she was an over the age of 18 when Moore grabbed her backside in 1991.

The defendants named in the suit include Leigh Corfman, who claims Moore touched her in a sexual manner after taking her to his home when she was 14.

“Leigh Corfman stands by the accuracy of every one of her statements about Mr. Moore’s sexual abuse of her when she was a 14-year-old high school freshman and he was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney. Ms. Corfman is no longer a teenager and is not going to let Mr. Moore victimize her again,” Attorney Neil Roman wrote in an email.

Many found it curious, that the accusers disappeared after the outcome of the December 2017 special election that a compromised Roy Moore lost. Perhaps Judge Moore will find justice after having his political career and Senate hopes destroyed by these still unproven accusations.

 

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