Jaw-Dropping Verdict in E Jean Carroll Defamation Suit

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A federal jury ordered Donald Trump to pay E Jean Carol more than $83 million in damages for defamation after he denied allegations he raped her in the 1990s.

In what is a most unfair case against Donald Trump, the jury decided Trump must pay her 18.3 million in compensatory damages and $65 million in punitive damages.

Federal judge Lewis A. Kaplan announced the verdict.

The New York City jury decided last year that Trump did not rape her but did sexually abuse her and defame her. There was no evidence of a sexual crime whatsoever. She had a couple of friends who said she told them about it. The law regarding the statute of limitations for rape was changed for one year, just as this case was announced.

She accused Donald Trump of raping her in 1995 or 1996, and she wanted $12 million, not for the alleged rape, but for defamation.

After she was awarded $5 million in the first trial for rape or sexual abuse, she said it was exciting, but she demanded more money because she said he defamed her when he denied it happened.

When Donald Trump was cross-examined, he said he did not attack her karma, did not threaten her, and stood by his statements.

Trump said that her statements were fabricated. He has frequently said he doesn’t have any idea who she even is.

He tried to present evidence of her mental confusion, but Kaplan wouldn’t allow it. The former president said he was denied due process.

Carroll is funded by at least one far-left Democrat – Reid Hoffmann—however, Mr. Trump could not present that evidence.

That’s what he gets for trying to make America great.

Mark Dice said it well


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Zigmont
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Zigmont
28 days ago

The red flag setup to get Trump was this……..The Adult Survivors Act creates a special one-year look-back window to allow survivors whose case or claim expired outside the statute of limitations, and who were 18 or older when they were sexually assaulted in New York State, to file a lawsuit against the person who harmed them and/or the negligent institution.
The one-year window will begin on November 24, 2022 and will allow survivors to sue, even if they were already outside of the civil statute of limitations

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
29 days ago

It’s a clear conspiracy in the legal system to ruin Trump, from DC to NYC to Georgia and elsewhere.

I see a leftist and abusive judge named Kaplan, and a leftist lawyer for Carroll named Kaplan. It’s a small world.

These people, including the junk juries, would ruin anyone they do not like.

Trump’s numbers will rise.

Imagine basing legal rulings on if you like a candidate.

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Anonymous
29 days ago

Laughable at best, prosecutorial misconduct at worse. It is both in reality.

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Anonymous
29 days ago
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And the allegations are no less from a woman that has publicly stated that she often fantasizes of being raped, in a positive manner, and that likes the idea. She’s a loony by all accounts.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
29 days ago

Kangaroo Court!!!