Known for his insightful take on politics, journalist and author Thomas Wictor believes Judge Roy Moore’s signature in Gloria Allred accuser Beverly Young Nelson’s yearbook is a forgery. (Photo) The sevens in 1977 to the right of “Christmas,” are very different from the sevens in the date (12-22-77) above “Old Hickory House.” “Look at the two versions of the number “7,” tweeted Wictor. “”12-22-77” and “Olde Hickory House” were written by a different person,” he added. Next, Wictor points out “the “R” and “y” in “Roy,”” are not written the same way. The inflection of the “Y” is more pronounced
From an interview in 2014: I spoke with Wictor by phone today. His is a tragic story. A self-described “failed music journalist” and “failed novelist” — “As of right now, I’m a failed everything,” he tells me — Wictor says that two literary agents defrauded him of his life-savings and managed to kill his latest book project. His website bio says: “To do so they took advantage of his post-traumatic stress disorder with secondary psychotic features, as well as the ‘brain fog’ caused by Meniere’s disease. Both of these conditions create memory lapses and dissociation, which were exacerbated by the suicides of Wictor’s parents in February and October of 2013.”
In light of this history — and some other details, more on which in a bit — I asked Wictor if he thought he made for a reliable source. “I don’t care,” he told me.
All of this ridiculousness has multiple purposes. It takes media attention off of the Trump dossier which was more than likely used as evidence for a judge to give FISA approval to spy on Trump and company as well as all of the rest of the unmasking, spying and special investigations which began as a result of the document. This is smoke and mirrors to protect Hillary. It is also a tactic being played by Mitch to destroy any an all opposition to his agenda. So he´s proving he can politically destroy political enemies in a bipartisan manner. Roy is just the whipping post and both sides are making the most of it.
I am still stunned at the notion that any serious GOPer would suggest that he should withdraw based on an accusation. If the GOP candidates simply go away because the socialist party want´s them to, how long will the GOP exist?
Regardless of the credibility of Wictor, I am not familiar with him, two things stand out as mentioned by above posters. One, Moore was not (never was) the DA of Etowah County. Two, who carries a yearbook around in December? They don´t come out until the end of the school year so did the accuser ever address how she happened to have hers with her? Was it the previous year´s and she carried it wherever she went?
I obviously have no idea if these accusations are true but this woman´s weepy press conference looks contrived, certainly coached. Who´s paying Allred? One thing´s for sure, I don´t trust her and always believe the opposite is true whenever she opens her pie hole. Follow the money.
If this is a forged signature I would bet the barn that Gloria Allred is behind it. Watch the scene carefully when she marches out these women...... Each of the women looks like she has rehearsed the whole thing...kleenex in hand, pretending to weep and wiping eyes and there are no tears.
It´s time somebody investigated Allred to find out if she is producing a phony show to convince the public that these women are telling the truth. If so she should lose her licence and serve some time !!!
Oh there will be more. He´s admitted to dating teenagers. If any of you had a teenage daughter who was being pursued by a 30-something guy who hung out at high school football games and shopping malls would you have a problem with that? This happened to my daughter. I told her the next time this fella came around she was to tell him that she is loved my men who are capable of extreme violence and own a woodchipper. He never came around again. Moore is a creep and if he were a Dem we´d be calling for his head..
Remember the Duke La Cross players? This is exactly the same thing- recall all the faculty signing the document condemning the players of racism? The Dean? The DA. And then the egg was all over their faces and the DA disbarred for life when the kids parents successfully fought back. Well, here you have an election at stake and there will be no getting Judge Moore´s reputation back, or the voter´s chosen Senator. And there is no DA or court involved...just a political assassination.
Voters of Alabama- Stay strong, Stay hard. Do not let these hacks destroy your chance for a good Senator.
You really don´t need an expert to tell that the date and location after the signature were written by someone else. It does raise questions. Unfortunately for Judge Moore, I don´t think it´s going to help him.
Fake news. Figures. Follow the money. (Sen Sam J Ervin) Who is paying for these attorneys representing these bimbos? Rush had it right. Moore should hire Her. Judge Moore´s wife is following the money right now. Stay tuned. Besides, who remembers what shoes they wore in their early 30s? I certainly don´t. We have been all through this "recovered memory" stuff before. And people have gone to jail for a long time because of it. Thus far I have seen enough to believe that there is a vendetta from the Deep State against Judge Moore.
I recommend looking at the color photograph of the yearbook page. I posted the link earlier today in an earlier post. The first name looks like Ray to me. And the ´moore´ and date and restaurant name are all done in a different color of ink - that jumps right out at you when looking at the color photograph. Which explains why a number of LSM outlets only showed the greyscale image. Not to mention the ´7´s are different in the greeting and the date.
So go look at the actual color photograph and form an opinion, don´t just parrot the LSM talking points.
I think it smells like BS. Along the lines of Bork, Clarence Thomas, Trump and many other pubbies running for office or being considered for the SCOTUS.
Just as I suspected. Hannity took the bait this afternoon before the forgery was announced and didn´t outright call for Moore to dropout but was strongly suggesting it. He´s going to be eating some of that crow tomorrow, #2. He usually doesn´t fall for dem tricks.
I remember one financial analyst saying, this economy will never recover unless America´s moral standard improves. The American culture and society have become too corrupt and immoral. Doom for failure.
Something is quite off here. If he did anything he´s not admitting it, and it is NONE of what is alleged, which may all be paid-for allegations, the not-admitted stuff will blow up.
I come from a long range perspective of being hit-on, offered jobs for sex, being asked to be a "team player" and worse. I handled it my way. It solved my problems, and I never lost a job. I would never, never be a victim. I don´t go crying to a flippin attorney of notoriety 30 yrs later.
40 years on, what the hell? You´re not a victim, you´re an opportunist. If it happened, report it, give evidence...at the time. Not a forgery. If you are producing a forgery, you diminish every other woman out there with a valid claim.
Lastly...women...just record. Turn on your d... phones and record. Never be alone with any male. Leave doors open. Insist on a third party. Fight back, push back. In these cases, tech is your friend. Use it.
I´m going to add here...I think Moore doth protest too much.
There IS something here. It´s a matter of degree. 40 yrs back...no one would have supported that until now. Now you have massive social media. IF YOU ARE TELLING THE TRUTH.
I think Moore guilty of some charges, sorry. The degree to which he is...that´s up in the air. But as I know men of this kind...there is more fire behind the smoke. He either has done many things or he has done nothing.
Can´t see him doing nothing. Not now. But I do fault horrific witnesses - too little, too late.
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Judy W., 11/15/2017 11:45:21 AM (No. 11452602)
I could believe he did some of these things, but when this kind of thing happens a lot of liars come out of the woodwork. If he really didn´t do anything criminal he should hang tough. If he did, he should run to win and then resign and let the governor appoint a replacement. As to the yearbook forgery, it seems to me that the date and place are in different handwriting from the rest because they could have been added by the girl to identify when and where he signed it.
If she added the date and place, when did she do it? Without explanation, it makes it look like an admission by Moore as to where he signed it. The location is significant, because that is where she claims she met him and where the assault allegedly occurred.
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