Strange – Latest Information on Roy Moore’s Alleged Yearbook Notation


Beleaguered GOP senatorial candidate Roy Moore is under assault for alleged crimes/indiscretions he might have committed nearly forty years ago. One accuser, Beverly Nelson, said at a hearing with her lawyer Gloria Allred sitting beside her that he violently assaulted her. She wouldn’t take any questions.

After the hearing she presented a yearbook with an inscription allegedly written by Moore, then in his thirties, to  16-year old Beverly Nelson.

Under questioning on CNN by Katy Tur, Gloria Allred, couldn’t say if Nelson saw Moore write the inscription.

Some say the notation is a forgery.

For one thing, the notation appeared to have been written in two different color inks – blue and black.

The inscription first posted by CNN appears to show the two colors..

The one CNN is showing now is only in black ink.

There are other problems with the yearbook.

Roy Moore said he wouldn’t sign the image as D.A., standing for District Attorney, in 1970 because he was Assistant District Attorney. at that time.

He also said, “Those initials as well as the date under the signature block and the printed name of the restaurant are written in a style inconsistent with the rest of the yearbook inscription. The ‘7’s’ in ‘Christmas 1977’ are in a noticeably different script than the ‘7’s’ in the date ’12-22-77.’ I believe tampering has occurred.”

Moore’s attorney challenged Allred, a Democrat operative, to hand the yearbook over to experts. She released a statement Wednesday saying she would only agree to having the yearbook examined at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

She has to know the committee won’t hold a hearing, essentially putting Moore on trial, under these circumstances. That would be a precedent setting disaster.

Allred wants to grandstand and persecute Moore. Why else would she want to waste the Judiciary’s time and taxpayer money instead of simply turning over the yearbook to experts?

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6 years ago

From Breitbart News Roy Moore gives an interveiw……………….At the press conference with Allred, Nelson failed to mention the divorce case entirely and that Moore was the judge whose stamped signature appears on her 1999 divorce document. And alongside Moore’s signature are the initials “D.A.” for Delbra Adams, Roy Moore’s former longtime secretary and judicial assistant. Breitbart News caught up with Adams yesterday, and she confirmed in an interview that the initials on Nelson’s divorce document were indeed hers. Adams explained it is normal procedure for a clerk or assistant to initial a stamped signature on a legal document to verify that the stamp is authentic. Allred and Nelson have claimed that the “D.A.” at the end of the yearbook signature stand for “district attorney” even though at the time Moore was a deputy district attorney.

Charles David Johnston
Charles David Johnston
6 years ago

All a democrat and deep state hit job wir slimey dems and RINOs behind it. Interesting that Alred won’t allow forensic analysis of the yearbook. That alone reduces the credibility dy at least 99%.