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Old November 27th, 2017, 06:45 AM   #81
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SO WHAT???

there are parents who have sold their children into sexual slavery.

what does that have to do with anything?

it's all illegal.
The thing about attorneys - most of them, including Moore, do not commit criminal acts. They may bend the law, but they generally don't break it when dealing with their private lives.

Most officials are corrupt. But, there is no question of legality. IF he had done something wrong, accusers could have taken him to court on the civil issues and requested a change of venue in a part of Alabama where Moore had no influence.
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I wouldn't assume that. He seems to be popular there. Trump doesn't care about Moore or Alabama. Trump cares about Trump. He is blatantly using the office of the Presidency to enrich himself and his family, against the very word of the Constitution prohibiting from doing so, which makes puts him in violation of is oath of office, which puts the entire Congress in violation of their oaths of office for not impeaching him. It is no surprise he would garner support for a man that was removed from office twice for violating his oath of office.
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The thing about attorneys - most of them, including Moore, do not commit criminal acts. They may bend the law, but they generally don't break it when dealing with their private lives.

Most officials are corrupt. But, there is no question of legality. IF he had done something wrong, accusers could have taken him to court on the civil issues and requested a change of venue in a part of Alabama where Moore had no influence.
Even if they had requested a change of venue, it would have still meant the parents would likely have lost their jobs, been forced to sell their house and move far away. If this had been any of the larger cities, Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile or even Huntsville they could have probably gotten some justice. But Gadsden is still little more than a one horse town. It only survives by the fact it's on an interstate and there's fishing and boating near by.

Also, we are talking the 1970s and the rural south. As I mentioned in another thread, women often had trouble getting justice for even violent rapes. Something like a what Moore allegedly did, would have been laughed out of court. That's even before we consider that Moore was the DA. Bringing a suit, civil or criminal, against Moore would have been social, political and probably economic suicide.
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Old November 27th, 2017, 07:16 PM   #85
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Even if they had requested a change of venue, it would have still meant the parents would likely have lost their jobs, been forced to sell their house and move far away. If this had been any of the larger cities, Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile or even Huntsville they could have probably gotten some justice. But Gadsden is still little more than a one horse town. It only survives by the fact it's on an interstate and there's fishing and boating near by.

Also, we are talking the 1970s and the rural south. As I mentioned in another thread, women often had trouble getting justice for even violent rapes. Something like a what Moore allegedly did, would have been laughed out of court. That's even before we consider that Moore was the DA. Bringing a suit, civil or criminal, against Moore would have been social, political and probably economic suicide.
We can make excuses all day long. I'm a guy that has had to fight back when ALL the odds were against him. There are people that have to fight back against powerful politicians, a corrupt legal system, and a sorry ass media that creates news, not reports it.

Women, minorities (today whites), Christian, non-Christian, political activists... nobody is immune. The trials and tribulations of people denied justice has been the basis for many a movie. The point is, if you've been offended, abused, or trampled on so that it becomes an evil or a crime in your eyes, you will at least take a little time to try and get justice.

We are a society where a full THIRD of the people in prison have never committed a crime. But, what really happens is that people are offered a couple of years in prison OR face a jury and if convicted, the accused will get some insurmountable sentence. Most people know that the public pretender isn't going to do any more than is legally necessary. Or, to be more accurate, the public pretender works for the system and is beholden to it, NOT the accused.

The point is, our legal system needs some attention paid to it. Regardless of which side you're on, you have to fight like Hell to make it work. And when people take the easy way out, our society doesn't make too many allowances.

The people accusing Moore of crimes did not follow the standard protocol. We can make excuses all day. For me, the fact that they waited until a politically opportune time AND they hired a left wing political propaganda prostitute that uses the legal system screams that this is about revenge, not justice. But, the facts are, even if 99 percent of what I heard were proven, there is no criminal action to pursue under Alabama law.

It don't have a damn thing with Roy Moore as an individual. I don't live in Alabama; I have no influence there and don't know if I would vote for or against the man.
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The people accusing Moore of crimes did not follow the standard protocol. We can make excuses all day. For me, the fact that they waited until a politically opportune time AND they hired a left wing political propaganda prostitute that uses the legal system screams that this is about revenge, not justice. But, the facts are, even if 99 percent of what I heard were proven, there is no criminal action to pursue under Alabama law.
Just more very idiotic slimeball defense of the pedophile Roy Moore.

There is no working "standard protocol" for childhood victims of sexual abuse except in your diseased little excuse for a mind.

They "waited" until they had some safety in numbers, until other women were coming forward, and, most importantly, being believed instead of being shamed and dismissed. They waited until they couldn't stand the thought of a sexual abuser like Moore winding up in the Senate.

Moore's accusers DID NOT hire Gloria Allred, you flaming moron, ONE PARTICULAR woman did that. Ms. Allred is a prominent feminist lawyer who has handled a lot sexual abuse cases. Only in your bizarre little reality-challenged rightwingnut world would anyone call her a: "left wing political propaganda prostitute".

Once again, discombobulated, your post only further reveals how utterly crazy and out of touch with reality you really are, you pathetic pedophile defender.
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Ahhh, Christianity in America. Or should I say, the single greatest cause of atheism today.

You know who Iím talking about, right? The type of people who acknowledge Jesus with their words, and deny him through their lifestyle. The ones who preach the importance of traditional family values, all while holding a rally and offering standing ovations for a man who preyed on 14-year-old girls. The ones who look to excuse the despicable allegations directed at Roy Moore by literally quoting the bible, comparing his molestation to Joseph and Mary.

I give you the most hypocritical religious group in America, Evangelical Christians.


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