Judge Moore’s attorney reveals the crying accuser, Nelson, lied when she stated she hasn’t seen Judge Moore, he presided over her divorce. He states the yearbook is forged…
The attorney and campaign manager for Alabama Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore gave a statement to the media on Tuesday raising some questions about the veracity of the yearbook signature and message that were offered as being evidence supporting the claims of Beverly Young Nelson.
Campaign Chairman Bill Armistead introduced Moore’s attorney, Phillip Jauregui, who reaffirmed the Judge’s innocence and advises that there are other things in addition to what he will present today that they are still working through. He’s going to point out a few things and make a demand of the Allred camp.
Jauregui notes that both Allred and Nelson had stated during the theatrical presentation of their charges that Nelson “After the allegations, had never seen nor had any contact with Judge Moore. As it turns out, in 1999, Ms Nelson filed a divorce action against her then-husband, Mr. Harris. Guess who that case was before? It was filed in Etowah county and the judge assigned was Roy S. Moore, Circuit Judge of Etowah County. There was contact.”
He continues, “We’ve also had a handwriting expert looking at the handwriting that was submitted on the yearbook page. But he says they need the original for the expert to analyze. He reveals that they are now sending a letter to Allred, demanding that the yearbook be released.
Jauregui says, “We’ll send it to a neutral custodian who will keep chain of custody and our professional expert will examine it and we’ll find out, is it genuine or is it a fraud.” He goes on to point out the obvious differences in the “7”s between the “Roy” portion on the left and the “Moore” portion on the right part of the signature.
The reason for the “D.A.” on the signature following his name coming into being is also explained as what may have been an assumption based upon confusion by the forger. Judge Moore was never the D.A. and never signed anything with those initials. However, his former assistant, Delbert Adams, would stamp Judge Moore’s signature and then initial it afterwards. That is the source of the initials that appeared on the Nelson divorce documents.
It seems the overly zealous Democrats and establishment Republican opportunists may have stepped in something with both feet this time and it doesn’t smell like mud.
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