Court Documents Involving Leigh Corfman Raise Serious Questions About Her Roy Moore Accusations

Some interesting court documents have come to light and they seem to come to the defense of Judge Roy Moore. Moore is the Republican Senate candidate from Alabama who is under attack with sexual misconduct allegations. Upon examination, some of the aspects of the court documents involving Leigh Corfman raise an interesting issue or two.

The timing of things as stated in the document could very well be true. If you step back and look at the timing and range of the events, you may get one of those thoughts that this is not a normal chain of events. Read and see what is meant by the Judge’s defenders.

As Written By Aaron Klein for Breitbart: 

Court documents involving Leigh Corfman, who says that Alabama senatorial candidate Roy Moore tried to engage in a sexual encounter with her when she was 14, raise questions about the timeline and narrative of Corfman’s accusations against the politician.

Those accusations were first publicly disclosed in a Washington Post story citing Corfman and her mother, Nancy Wells, as saying that in early 1979, Roy Moore, then a 32-year-old assistant district attorney, allegedly asked Wells to watch her fourteen-year-old daughter while Wells went into a courtroom for a custody hearing.

Corfman claims that Moore asked the young Corfman for her number. “Days later, she says, he picked her up around the corner from her house in Gadsden,” the Post story states, referring to her mother’s home in Gadsden. Corfman’s parents were divorced.

The first private meeting was arranged after Moore called Corfman on her home phone at her mother’s house, Corfman alleges.

Corfman says that Moore took her to his home, put his arm around her, and kissed her. Corfman told the Post that she had asked Moore to drive her home because she was feeling nervous and he ……

KEEP READING THERE IS WAY MORE HERE:

Court Documents Raise Significant Questions About Leigh Corfman’s Accusations Against Roy Moore – Breitbart

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