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Subject: OT: Just DJT's kind of guy...
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From: Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>
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Subject: OT: Just DJTs kind of guy...
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2017 12:03:08 -0800
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'Leigh Corfman says she was 14 years old when an older man approached 
her outside a courtroom in Etowah County, Ala. She was sitting on a 
wooden bench with her mother, they both recall, when the man introduced 
himself as Roy Moore.

It was early 1979 and Moore — now the Republican nominee in Alabama for 
a U.S. Senate seat — was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney. He 
struck up a conversation, Corfman and her mother say, and offered to 
watch the girl while her mother went inside for a child custody hearing.

“He said, ‘Oh, you don’t want her to go in there and hear all that. I’ll 
stay out here with her,’ ” says Corfman’s mother, Nancy Wells, 71. “I 
thought, how nice for him to want to take care of my little girl.”

Alone with Corfman, Moore chatted with her and asked for her phone 
number, she says. Days later, she says, he picked her up around the 
corner from her house in Gadsden, drove her about 30 minutes to his home 
in the woods, told her how pretty she was and kissed her. On a second 
visit, she says, he took off her shirt and pants and removed his 
clothes. He touched her over her bra and underpants, she says, and 
guided her hand to touch him over his underwear.'


Just another Christian hypocrite...

And before you right wing nuts dismiss it out of hand (as we all KNOW 
you desperately want to do):

Two of Corfman’s childhood friends say she told them at the time that 
she was seeing an older man, and one says Corfman identified the man as 
Moore. Wells says her daughter told her about the encounter more than a 
decade later, as Moore was becoming more prominent as a local judge.

Aside from Corfman, three other women interviewed by The Washington Post 
in recent weeks say Moore pursued them when they were between the ages 
of 16 and 18 and he was in his early 30s, episodes they say they found 
flattering at the time, but troubling as they got older. None of the 
women say that Moore forced them into any sort of relationship or sexual 

Wendy Miller says she was 14 and working as a Santa’s helper at the 
Gadsden Mall when Moore first approached her, and 16 when he asked her 
on dates, which her mother forbade. Debbie Wesson Gibson says she was 17 
when Moore spoke to her high school civics class and asked her out on 
the first of several dates that did not progress beyond kissing. Gloria 
Thacker Deason says she was an 18-year-old cheerleader when Moore began 
taking her on dates that included bottles of Mateus Rosé wine. The legal 
drinking age in Alabama was 19.'

All those women are lying, are they?

That's Corfman, her two friends, her mother, three other women...

7 people... and they're ALL supposed to be lying?

'Corfman, 53, who works as a customer service representative at a payday 
loan business, says she has voted for Republicans in the past three 
presidential elections, including for Donald Trump in 2016. She says she 
thought of confronting Moore personally for years, and almost came 
forward publicly during his first campaign for state Supreme Court in 
2000, but decided against it.


Corfman described her story consistently in six interviews with The 
Post. The Post confirmed that her mother attended a hearing at the 
courthouse in February 1979 through divorce records. Moore’s office was 
down the hall from the courtroom.

Neither Corfman nor any of the other women sought out The Post. While 
reporting a story in Alabama about supporters of Moore’s Senate 
campaign, a Post reporter heard that Moore allegedly had sought 
relationships with teenage girls. Over the ensuing three weeks, two Post 
reporters contacted and interviewed the four women. All were initially 
reluctant to speak publicly but chose to do so after multiple 
interviews, saying they thought it was important for people to know 
about their interactions with Moore. The women say they don’t know one 

“I have prayed over this,” Corfman says, explaining why she decided to 
tell her story now. “All I know is that I can’t sit back and let this 
continue, let him continue without the mask being removed.”'

But to Trump, he "sounds like a really great guy"