Skip to comments.Will Roy Moore Win Because Of Gloria Allred?
Posted on 12/09/2017 12:10:51 PM PST by MarvinStinson
One of the women accusing Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of assaulting her as a teenager said on Friday she added the date and venue to an inscription from Moore in her high school yearbook, prompting attacks on her credibility and the competence of her lawyer, Gloria Allred. Many conservatives accused the attorney of mishandling the situation and claimed she'd essentially handed victory to Moore just four days before the election.
Beverly Young Nelson told ABC News she amended an inscription from Moore in her high school yearbook, adding the date and location. Nelson maintained the rest of the note was written by Moore, though he and his lawyers have repeatedly stated he did not sign the yearbook. The inscription states: "To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas. Christmas 1977. Love, Roy Moore, DA. 12-22-77 Olde Hickory House."
In November, Nelson claimed Moore attempted to force her to perform a sex act when she was a teenager in the 1970s and he was the deputy district attorney of Etowah County and in his 30s. She offered the yearbook inscription as evidence to bolster her accusation. At the time, Nelson and her lawyer, Allred, said the inscription was written by Moore and did not mention that Nelson had added the date and location. But Nelson's acknowledgement she wrote part of the note somewhat contradicts that. Some have since claimed Nelson admitted she "forged" the inscription, but this is not the case.
Allred held a press conference on Friday and brought a report from forensic document expert that said the note and signature were written by Moore and said the date and location were written by Nelson to "remind herself who Roy Moore was." It was not clear from her comments when Nelson made those additions.
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This can only mean that Nelson wrote the whole thing.
I think he would have won without her help. She just widened the margin.
That “DA” bit is real hard to explain.
‘Baby Please don’t Go”
LOL - True
As expected, no mention in the story that both Allred and Nelson claimed the entire inscription was written by Moore when they trotted out the Yearbook.
That clearly makes the inscription a forgery.
Typical fake news article.
You cannot tell from a photocopy, no matter how good, whether his signature on the yearbook was real but only from the original where the expert can examine whether the paper was pressed. Thats why a standard demand by the defense would always be that the original be produced and the judge would require it.
No, he will win because of his personal integrity.
Roy Moore is going to win because Alabamans believe in him because of who he is.
Gloria Allred should be disbarred because of who she is.
Simple....analysis of the inks...
Ball point ink 40 years ago is different from the ink used today.
Roy Moore will win because he stood for the Ten Commandments.
If he runs for the presidency in 2024 at age 77 he will win the presidency, because he stood for the Ten Commandments.
New squeak is starting the excuse express.
I mean, “Russian” and “All Red” is the same thing, right?
In 2004, I used to say that I wanted to kiss Dan Rather. He cinched it for W over Kerry.
Maybe he’ll win because the voters want an American senator, not a liberal one.
The expert didn’t say it was written by Moore. He said he would need a sample of Moore’s handwriting. Either the article lied or Allred or both. I’d bet on both.
Which Gloria Allred refused to let happen.
There are a number of reasons why he will win.
Normal, patriotic Americans are fed up with vile “progressive” bull crap is one of the reasons.
If that's not a forgery, I don't know what is. In fact, it's a deliberate, criminal forgery.
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