Roy Moore Campaign to Gloria Allred: Release the Evidence to Determine Whether There is Fraud
BREITBART – AARON KLEIN
Update: Following the public request from Moore’s campaign, Allred released a statement that she and her client would only agree to the examination of the yearbook by “an independent expert or experts” after a U.S. Senate committee agrees to initiate a hearing into the Moore accusations, CNN reported.
At a press conference, an attorney for Roy Moore’s senatorial campaign demanded that attorney Gloria Allred release the original copy of a yearbook that contains the only piece of physical evidence to be presented in the cases of five women who have gone public with stories alleging inappropriate conduct between Moore and teenage girls.
Phillip L. Jauregui raised several questions about an inscription in a yearbook that Allred’s client, Moore accuser Beverly Young Nelson, claims that Moore wrote to her in 1977.
He also stated that Moore’s signature was allegedly on a divorce document for Nelson from the time period that Moore was a judge, a detail that Nelson did not disclose at her press conference with Allred earlier this week where she first went public with her allegations.
“Release the yearbook so that we can determine if it genuine or is it a fraud,” Jauregui stated.