Court Documents Raise Significant Questions About Leigh Corfman’s Accusations Against Roy Moore

Breitbart: Court documents involving Leigh Corfman, who says that Alabama senatorial candidate Roy Moore tried to engage in a sexual encounter with her when she was 14, raise questions about the timeline and narrative of Corfman’s accusations against the politician.

Those accusations were first publicly disclosed in a Washington Post story citing Corfman and her mother, Nancy Wells, as saying that in early 1979, Roy Moore, then a 32-year-old assistant district attorney, allegedly asked Wells to watch her fourteen-year-old daughter while Wells went into a courtroom for a custody hearing.

Corfman claims that Moore asked the young Corfman for her number. “Days later, she says, he picked her up around the corner from her house in Gadsden,” the Post story states, referring to her mother’s home in Gadsden. Corfman’s parents were divorced.

The first private meeting was arranged after Moore called Corfman on her home phone at her mother’s house, Corfman alleges.

Corfman says that Moore took her to his home, put his arm around her, and kissed her. Corfman told the Post that she had asked Moore to drive her home because she was feeling nervous and he obliged.

“Soon after, she says, he called again, and picked her up again at the same spot,” the Poststory reports, without providing an exact timeline.

That is when Corfman says that Moore drove her back to his house, touched her body, and guided her hand to his underwear. Corfman says that she yanked her hand back.

“She says that after their last encounter, Moore called again, but that she found an excuse to avoid seeing him,” the Post story continues.

Regarding the original court hearing where Corfman says that Moore asker her for her number while Wells went inside the courtroom, the Post reported that it “confirmed that her mother attended a hearing at the courthouse in February 1979 through divorce records.”

A thorough search of court documents finds one court case in February 1979—a case that took place on February 21, 1979.  The Post failed to tell readers that at that February 21, 1979, court case Wells voluntarily gave up custody of Corfman to Corfman’s father, Robert R. Corfman.  The two had been divorced since 1974.  The custody case was amicable and involved a joint petition by both parents.

The Post further did not tell readers that as a result of the joint petition to change custody, the court ordered the 14-year-old Corfman to move to her father’s house starting on March 4, 1979.  Court documents show the father’s address in Ohatchee, and not in Gadsden, where her mother lived and where Corfman says the meetings with Moore took place.

This would mean that from the court hearing on February 21, 1979, until Corfman was ordered to move to her father’s house, Moore would only have had 12 days, including the day of the court hearing, to have repeatedly called Corfman at her mother’s Gadsden house, arrange two meetings, and attempt another. Moore has strenuously denied the accusations.

While that timeline is theoretically possible, the Moore campaign stressed in a press conference today it is unlikely.

Ben DuPre, Moore’s former chief of staff on the Alabama Supreme Court, spoke today on behalf of the campaign. DuPre noted that “as best as we can tell” the February 21, 1979, case was the only court movement to have taken place that month. Breitbart News also could not find another court document from that month in 1979.

The disclosure raises questions about why that twelve-day window was not mentioned in the Post story or by Wells or Corfman in subsequent interviews.  Neither Corfman nor Wells publicly mentioned the change in custody during the critical period where Moore was said to have arranged meetings with Corfman outside her mother’s home.   more

11 Comments on Court Documents Raise Significant Questions About Leigh Corfman’s Accusations Against Roy Moore

  1. There are no boundaries left for the left to break when a conservative runs for office. It’s all out war against Good Vs Evil.

    And we all know what side McCONnell, McCain, Schumer and the establishment swamp are on.

  2. OK, what we are seeing is Bannon’s words coming true.
    This is a war. This fraud, pushed with all the might of the Swamp and the globalist boot licker’s, is a symptom only, not the real infection.
    The Left has displayed that they will lie on an industrial scale, and attempt the dirtiest possible means to achieve a goal.
    Once again, the evil communo-globalists are scratching at the door.

  3. Corfman’s an erratic bad-luck druggy with three divorces and three Bankruptcies, endless money problems and a long criminal drug record.

    Corfman’s story was already implausible.
    This makes it impossible.

    As Thirdtwin posted in an earlier thread, the Deep State Uniparty sprang these false smears too soon. A month out is time enough to search records and interview “witnesses” who will punch holes in the stories,
    If they’d waited until 10 days away from the election there would have been little or no time to refute the stories.

    PDT is endorsing Moore. Good. PDT can uniquely say he knows exactly what it’s like to be smeared falsely by paid DNC pawns.

  4. McConnell is angry that he shot through $32MM trying to meddle in AL election with Luther Strange. If not now, it will eventually come out that McConnell, et al, are tied (with the D’s) to this attempted character assassination. If you haven’t watched Moore’s campaign press conference, do. They tell the media to “shut up” and stop behaving like the Jerry Springer Show. Way funny!

  5. I’ve never believed any of the stories, because after researching the man’s career and knowing how badly they wanted rid of him over the Ten Commandments, they would have loved to show he was a hypocrite.

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