Some interesting facts came out yesterday in regard to Moore and his accuser of sexual assault Beverly Young Nelson. Apparently Judge Moore, when he was a local trial judge, presided over Ms. Nelson’s divorce case in 1999, a factoid that Ms. Nelson did not mention in her tearjerker appearance with Gloria “no ambulance should go unchased” Allred. Based on my experience of 35 years in the law mines that, alone, is enough to torpedo her accusation. First, because if it were true her attorney would immediately have filed a motion for substitution of judge. Second, because it gives her a motive to lie. Judges rarely make friends when presiding over a divorce case, and they often make lifelong enemies from one of the participants who believe they got the raw end of the stick. This was a simple fact to find out, and it says all you need to know about the lynch mob media that none of them bothered to even do a cursory investigation of Beverly Young Nelson.
Moore’s attorney, in the above video, also notes that Judge Moore’s signature on the divorce dismissal, had DA stamped after it, the initials of his then administrative assistant. Here is his signature in that case:
Moore’s attorney also called for the year book to be placed in neutral hands to be examined by experts in handwriting and ink. Here is the spluttering reaction of Gloria “no ambulance should go unchased” Allred to all that.
Friends, on the question of whether Judge Moore ever assaulted anyone this is a railroad job pure and simple. Did Moore seek dates with legal teenagers, yeah, I believe that. Did he ever sexually assault anyone? Not from the evidence I have thus far seen.