Gloria Allred Will Agree to Handwriting Analysis Only After Senate “Hearings”

WHY THE CAVEAT?

by Sharon Rondeau

(Nov. 16, 2017) — In an interview with CNN’s Don Lemon on Wednesday evening, Atty. Gloria Allred, who represents Roy Moore accuser Beverly Young Nelson, said she will release Young Nelson’s yearbook for handwriting analysis only if the U.S. Senate holds hearings she has demanded regarding her client’s and others’ allegations of sexual crimes allegedly occurring four decades ago.

On Monday, with Allred at her side, Young Nelson tearfully read from a script which purportedly recounted her 1977 sexual assault in Moore’s vehicle when she reportedly worked as a waitress at the Old Hickory House in Gadsden, AL.

Allred, too, read from a script during her remarks.

Young Nelson stated that her relationship with Moore began the year before, when she was 15, with unwanted attention amidst his patronage at the restaurant “almost every night.”

Toward the end of Monday’s press conference, Allred held up a yearbook provided by Young Nelson purporting to bear Moore’s signature with a romantic message and the initials “D.A.” to the right.  The “evidence” was enough to convince former judge and prosecutor Jeanine Pirro that Moore was guilty as charged. “It’s all there,” she vehemently exclaimed on Sean Hannity’s Tuesday night show.

The inscription also bore the purported date of Moore’s signature, with “Olde Hickory House” printed underneath.

An online search indicates that the restaurant does not use the “e” in the word “Old.”

On Tuesday night, Young Nelson’s stepson claimed his stepmother was lying.

Young Nelson claimed that “a couple of weeks later,” Moore offered her a ride home and she accepted because her boyfriend, who she had expected to fulfill that role, was late.  It was at that time that she claimed Moore attempted to sexually assault her.

“Mr. Moore was wearing brown Hush Puppies on his feet,” Young Nelson said she remembered of that night.

Further, Moore’s attorney, Philip Jauregi, gave a press conference on Wednesday afternoon in which he questioned the validity of Moore’s signature in the yearbook given that Moore reportedly said he did not remember signing it and that he never used the initials “D.A.” after his name since his title at the time was not “District Attorney,” as Young Nelson claimed.

During her tearful recitation of the alleged events, Young Nelson claimed that Moore told her that if she told anyone, she would not be deemed credible because he was the “District Attorney.”  She claimed that she covered the bruises she incurred with makeup in the days following and did not immediately tell anyone about it.

In 1977, Moore was Etowah County assistant district attorney.  Jauregi added that Moore’s assistant at the time, whose initials are “D.A.,” would often place them after Moore’s signature on court documents, one of which was Young Nelson’s divorce decree in 1999.

Jauregi’s presser was not widely publicized in the mainstream media and, unlike the accusations which began last Thursday, is not trending on Twitter as of this writing.

Once the allegations against Moore arose beginning last Thursday in a Washington Post article, members of the U.S. Senate condemned Moore, said he was unfit to be elected to that body, and withdrew financial support for the remainder of his campaign, which ends on December 12 when Alabama voters decide who their next junior U.S. Senator will be.

Although the election has not yet taken place, Allred is demanding that two senatorial committees hold hearings on the women’s allegations “within two weeks,” a request she also made during Monday’s presser.

During the 2016 presidential campaign, already acted as an advisor to the DNC and also served as a delegate to the Democrat National Convention in July of that year.  She currently represents Donald Trump accuser Summer Zervos.

After Monday’s press conference, Moore’s wife Kayla posted on Facebook that “We knew something was coming, just did not know what next. This is the same Gloria Allred that did the very exact same thing to Trump during his campaign. Going on two months now they’ve been on a witchhunt here in Etowah County and our state advertising people to step forward with accusations and we are gathering evidence of money being paid to people who would come forward. Which is part of why we are filing suit!”

Allred responded that Kayla’s response was “a personal attack.”

A question posed by this writer to a journalist for AL.com who reported a new allegation against Moore made by a former client has not received a response nearly four hours later.

As the story went to press, a morning anchor of a Los Angeles radio station, Leeann Tweeden, alleged that she was groped in 2006 by then-comedian and current U.S. Senator Al Franken (D), offering photographic evidence along with her narrative.

Franken was first elected to the Senate in 2008 by a margin just over 300 votes.

At the same time, Allred’s website, which was functional two days ago, is now yielding an error message.

 

 

 

 

8 Responses to "Gloria Allred Will Agree to Handwriting Analysis Only After Senate “Hearings”"

  1. Robert Laity   Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at 10:22 AM

    Nelson is accusing Moore. The entire onus is on her to prove her charges against Moore. That means formal charges against him an a TRIAL. Moore is presumed innocent by the law and if and when Moore is charged and goes to trial., Mr. Moore will have the legal right to Discovery. ANY evidence that Nelson intends to proffer in Court MUST BE provided to Mr. Moore beforehand. See: Supeona Duces Tecum. ANY hearings held in the Senate prior to any conviction by the courts are wholly inappropriate and secondly Allred CANNOT put conditions on answering supeonas for documents or for deposition. She must comply without conditions to the extent allowed by law. She, as an Attorney, should know this.

  2. Jeffrey Harrison   Saturday, November 18, 2017 at 12:08 PM

    I’m tired of Gloria. Seeing her in the media, does nothing for me. Somehow, someone is
    paying her fee. Hopefully, they are getting their moneys worth.

  3. Rattlerjake   Friday, November 17, 2017 at 10:44 PM

    I’m surprised that Jeanine Pirro claims he is guilty, before ALL the evidence is in and he has had his day in court. So much for the Constitution and being innocent until PROVEN guilty!!!!

  4. Stephen Hiller   Friday, November 17, 2017 at 1:52 PM

    I think Sheriff Joe and Mike Zullo should take a look at it.

  5. T.F. BOW   Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 11:28 PM

    Who is in this group of examiners? What are their credentials?

    Will they publically release their findings?

  6. Three-Pound Sledge   Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 9:10 PM

    “If only there was a group of people who considered themselves qualified to render an opinion about a document’s authenticity by examining a digital representation of it.”

    A group of people has examined the above digital statement in quotes and have deemed it to be a forged statement because the original statement could not be obtained for forensic examination.

  7. T.F. BOW   Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 1:50 PM

    If only there was a group of people who considered themselves qualified to render an opinion about a document’s authenticity by examining a digital representation of it.

  8. Gary Wilmott   Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 1:50 PM

    From American Thinker: Gloria Allred is a serial accuser.

    Gloria Allred and her tear-filled high-profile press conferences are a common thread in all these scandals. Another common thread is the targets – Republican conservatives, conservative commentators, and successful GOP businessmen and threats to the GOP establishment. Next to the words “character assassin” in the dictionary should be a picture of Gloria Allred.

    My take as to Al Franken: Franken needs to RESIGN…as do every single member of Congress who utilized the sexual harassment slush fund (at taxpayers expense) to payoff sexual harassment accusers. The fact that these predators (masquerading as public servants) were able to hide these payoffs and avoid using their own money, to me is an admission of guilt. We need to find out the names of ALL these pervs in Congress and they too need to resign or be removed from office. They also need to PAY BACK the tax payer money they used to silence their accusers! The self-righteous republican establishment wants Roy Moore out…well if he is guilty so be it. However they need to clean their own house first!

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