Some are pointing out that Moore’s main accuser has a credibility problem. Others say that’s ‘victim blaming’. Here are the claims. What do YOU think?
First off, if Roy Moore in his 30’s was pursuing teen girls, that’s nothing that is defensible in any way, shape, or form.
That said, there are some issues of credibility popping up with his accusers.
The woman that has accused Roy Moore of pursuing a relationship with her when she was a teen has been divorced 3 times, allegedly made similar claims against several pastors at various churches, filed for bankruptcy 3 times, and has been charged with multiple misdemeanors.
Leigh Corfman has said that she was just 14 when Roy Moore had made sexual advances towards her and had inappropriately touched her over her bra and underwear.
Corfman, who alleges that Moore approached her when he was a 32-year old District Attorney and her parents were going through a divorce and ensuing custody battle. Moore allegedly told Corfman’s mother that Leigh didn’t need to hear the courtroom interaction between her parents, and offered to sit with the teen as she waited outside. Corfman alleges that when they were alone, after a bit of chatting and he asked her for her phone number and called her not long after.
She says that she was flattered at first, and met with Moore just a handful of times.
She says that she told her friends about dating an ‘older man’ when she was in high school.
After talking to her friends, Corfman says, she began to feel that she had done something wrong and kept it a secret for years.
“I felt responsible,” she says. “I felt like I had done something bad. And it kind of set the course for me doing other things that were bad.”
Corfman says she knows that she has a credibility issue and that’s why she didn’t come forward before.
She says that her teenage life became increasingly reckless with drinking, drugs, boyfriends, and a suicide attempt when she was 16.
As the years went on, Corfman says, she did not share her story about Moore partly because of the trouble in her life. She has had three divorces and financial problems. While living in Arizona, she and her second husband started a screen-printing business that fell into debt. They filed for bankruptcy protection three times, once in 1991 with $139,689 in unpaid claims brought by the Internal Revenue Service and other creditors, according to court records.
In 2005, Corfman paid a fine for driving a boat without lights. In 2010, she was working at a convenience store when she was charged with a misdemeanour for selling beer to a minor. The charge was dismissed, court records show.
Source: The Star
Now that these facts are being noted by the press, it’s being called ‘victim blaming’.
It’s not just Corfman, though.
There are some questions regarding another of Moore’s accusers, Deborah Wesson Gibson. The Washington Post failed to report that she worked as a sign language interpreter for both Joe Biden and Hillary.
Although it isn’t confirmed that Gibson worked on the Doug Jones campaign, her social media profile is certianly pro-Democrat.
And there are claims that there is ‘tampering’ with accusers.
What do you think?
Is this a little too fishy for you to handle?
Or is there no such thing as a ‘perfect accuser’ and we need to realize that everyone has a past that can be used against them.
Let us know in the comments.
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