Please watch this short video about one of Roy Moore’s accusers, and read the accompanying article “New Court Docs Blow Massive Hole in Moore Accuser’s Story.” Excerpt from the latter (emphasis mine):
…One of Moore’s accusers, Leigh Corfman, claims that almost 40 years ago, Moore tried to initiate a sexual relationship with her while she was still a teenager.
Her accusations hinge on two points: First, that she was left alone with the then-32-year-old attorney Roy Moore during a family court case… and second, that she lived with her mother in Gadsden, Alabama, when Moore allegedly harassed her.
Both of those points have now been called into question….
Let’s be extremely clear: We don’t know with certainty whether the claims against Roy Moore are true or not. Neither does anyone else, except the people directly involved.
That is the point: When an accusation is made, the first rule of our society and our laws is that the accused are innocent until proven guilty.
What we do know is that the timing of these accusations is extremely odd. After decades of Moore in the public light, these claims emerged with only weeks left in a key election that the candidate seemed to be winning.
Read the rest HERE at the Conservative Tribune.
In America, nobody should be tried in the media. Period. Full stop.
Judge Roy Moore is being tried in the media.
The media in all their various manifestations — more precisely the Enemedia — are engaging in media malpractice.
In a special election to be held in Alabama on December 12, 2017, it is up to the people of Alabama to decide whether or not Judge Moore will serve as a United States Senator. Regardless of the voters’ decision, that decision is not adjudication. We must keep in mind that, thus far, the allegations levied against Judge Moore are just that — allegations, not charges.
Do we really want America to be a nation that accepts allegations as facts without adjudication?