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Old December 13th, 2017, 04:31 PM   #211
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What Roy Moore wrote, which matches other samples of his handwriting and signature according to a forensic expert, was in cursive script.....what the girl wrote was printed in block letters, in different ink and just consisted of some things she wanted to remember - the place and date and his position in the District Attorney's Office at that time. None of that even remotely suggests any attempt at forgery or deception.

More importantly, SHE NEVER SAID THAT MOORE WROTE THAT PART, you poor bewildered stooge. She does stand by her claim that he wrote the inscription at that time when she was just a teenager. Experts say the handwriting is his.

HE'S A PERVERTED SEXUAL ABUSER AND ATTEMPTED RAPIST WHO WENT AFTER CHILDREN!

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It was forged, altering the page that was presented as evidence is forgery. No wonder Allred never presented the yearbook to forensic people and will never allow it in official evidence.
Trolls like Kraven are too ignorant, brainwashed, and stupid to regognize the facts and the truth even when you shove their face in it repeatedly.

Beverly Young Nelson, the woman who has accused Mr. Moore, the Republican candidate, of misconduct, acknowledged on Friday that a few of the words in her yearbook under what she said was an inscription by Mr. Moore were written by her, not him. At a news conference with Ms. Nelson, her lawyer, Gloria Allred, released the findings of a handwriting analyst who concluded that the signature on the inscription belonged to Mr. Moore. Mr. Moore has said that he did not know his accusers, but in light of the handwriting analysis, Ms. Allred said, “that statement does not appear to be true.

Ms. Nelson said on Nov. 13 that four decades ago, when she was 16 and he was a 30-year-old assistant district attorney, Mr. Moore assaulted her in his car, putting his hands on her breasts and trying to force her head into his crotch, squeezing her neck so hard she was bruised. She is one of several women who have stepped forward to say that Mr. Moore pursued them sexually or romantically when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s, including one who said he groped her when she was 14.

As evidence that they knew each other, Ms. Nelson produced the yearbook, with an inscription in cursive writing that said: “To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas. Christmas 1977. Love, Roy Moore.” After the signature was printedD.A.,” and below it was written “12-22-77 Olde Hickory House,with those words also printed. At the news conference on Nov. 13, Ms. Allred read out loud the entire entry, not making a distinction between the different parts. On Friday, she said that Ms. Nelson added the printed parts “to remind herself who Roy Moore was, and where and when Mr. Moore signed her yearbook.” “She never said that he wrote that,” Ms. Allred added.

Nine women have said that Mr. Moore made unwanted advances toward them, or worse, when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s, and in trying to discredit them, the Moore campaign has focused on challenging the veracity of Ms. Nelson and the yearbook inscription. The apparent difference in the lettering of the inscription has spawned weeks of amateur analyses and conspiracy theories, and has led Mr. Moore to repeatedly suggest the yearbook was a fake. The yearbook landed back in the spotlight on Friday when a reporter for “Good Morning America” asked Ms. Nelson if she had added her own notes beneath the inscription, and she said that she had.

Paula Cobia, a lawyer for Gloria Deason, who has said Mr. Moore took her on dates and ordered her alcohol when she was 18, said Ms. Nelson’s admission had not undermined Ms. Deason’s story or that of the other accusers. “The inscription and his signature look completely authentic. The fact that she might have written and she says that she did the Olde Hickory House or whatever underneath it, so what?” Ms. Cobia asked. Each accusation,” Ms. Cobia added, “stands on its own.

(source: a few excerpts from - The New York Times - DEC. 8, 2017)

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LOL

Once you alter something as was done here, only admitted to weeks after first showing it, the entire thing is suspect.

Let Allred turn the entire thing over to forensic experts. She has yet to do so.
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Well when and if the case is brought forth from Allred, then the forgery will be a big big deal.

So do you think there will be a case?
I hope not.
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It was forged, altering the page that was presented as evidence is forgery. No wonder Allred never presented the yearbook to forensic people and will never allow it in official evidence.





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From the first press conference:

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"He wrote in my yearbook as follows: 'To a sweeter more beautiful girl, I could not say Merry Christmas, Christmas, 1977, Love, Roy Moore, Old Hickory House. Roy Moore, DA.'"
https://www.cbsnews.com/live-news/ne...-live-updates/

Oops. Story changing from the first presser, forging [altering] the page, no forensic experts allowed to examine it.
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Once you alter something as was done here,
Nothing that Roy Moore wrote was "altered", numbnuts. The things that were added to his written in cursive inscription were printed in block letters in a different colored ink. Only retards like you imagine that that is an attempt at "forgery".




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only admitted to weeks after first showing it,
Liar! It was four days after the first news conference that Ms. Nelson mentioned that she had added the date and place and his position as DA to remind herself when and where he had signed her yearbook. Ms. Nelson never said that he wrote that part. The damning part is the inscription and signature in his handwringing which refuted his lie that he had never met Ms. Nelson.



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the entire thing is suspect.
Your entire brain and all the bullshit in it is highly suspect.



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Let Allred turn the entire thing over to forensic experts. She has yet to do so.
Another desperate lie!

At a news conference with Ms. Nelson, her lawyer, Gloria Allred, released the findings of a handwriting analyst who concluded that the signature on the inscription belonged to Mr. Moore. Mr. Moore has said that he did not know his accusers, but in light of the handwriting analysis, Ms. Allred said, that statement does not appear to be true.
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...no forensic experts allowed to examine it.
Liar!

Gloria Allred held a news conference Friday to defend Beverly Young Nelson amid accusations about the signature in her yearbook, which some Roy Moore defenders have said does not match his handwriting, and she sought the expert opinion of a forensic document expert to weigh in on whether the signature was penned by Moore.

However, the part of the signature that has been questioned is a notation in printing near the Moore's name. The message in question reads: "To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas. Christmas 1977. Love, Roy Moore, D.A. 12-22-77 Olde Hickory House," and it's the last part "D.A. 12 -22-77 Olde Hickory House" that has been questioned. Allred told reporters that she did not ask the expert, Arthur Anthony, to examine the printing because "Beverly indicates she added that to remind herself of who Roy Moore was and where and when Mr. Moore signed her yearbook." Nelson acknowledged in an interview with ABC News that aired Friday that she had added notes to Moore's inscription.

Allred provided reporters with the report provided by Anthony, with his assessment that the signature in the yearbook is Moore's. Included in the sheaf of papers she presented were examples of Moore signature from when he was a deputy district attorney decades ago.

Nelson said she stands by her accusation against Moore that he preyed on her as a teen.

(source - CBS NEWS)
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