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Ledbetter there aren’t tax records or paycheck stubs, claiming the owner paid employees in cash.Cooke also cited a former operations manager at the Gadsden Mall who was in a position to know whether or not Moore had been banned from the mall as some have claimed.
But Breitbart reported, Du Pré noted, that the mother said there was no phone in her bedroom.
Art Moore, co-author of the best-selling book "See Something, Say Nothing," entered the media world as a PR assistant for the Seattle Mariners and a correspondent covering pro and college sports for Associated Press Radio.
He reported for a Chicago-area daily newspaper and was senior news writer for Christianity Today magazine and an editor for Worldwide Newsroom before joining WND shortly after 9/11.
He pointed to an interview with a former waitress at the restaurant where Nelson alleges the attack took place who disputed Nelson’s contention that she was 15 and working as a waitress when Moore began flirting with her.
Rhonda Ledbetter, a retired school teacher who was interviewed by WHNT-TV in Huntsville, Alabama, at the request of the Moore campaign, said waitresses had to be at least 16, and she contended Nelson had other facts wrong.
Du Pré then presented new evidence he said the media have been unwilling to publish.
“The lies and character assassination of Judge Moore ends today,” he said.
Du Pré contends that fact raises doubt about Corfman’s claim that Moore repeatedly called her at her mother’s Gadsden house, arranged two meetings and attempted another, arguing its unlikely that all of that occurred within 12 days. Stan Cooke, a campaign spokesman, argued that Moore has run five campaigns in 35 years, and “never has his character been questioned.” “Why now? He asserted that the yearbook inscription, which Nelson’s attorney, Gloria Allred, put forth as evidence, was “faked.” The campaign, he pointed out, has called on Allred to release the yearbook for independent inspection, but she has refused.
Cooke cited Allred’s interview with MSNBC in which she said that even if the yearbook has been altered, it would not affect the “integrity” of the allegations. “That’s ridiculous, the yearbook was her star witness, and her witness failed.” Cooke also cited a stepson of Nelson and a former boyfriend who both believe Moore.
The Alabama Republican Party, meanwhile, continues to support the former judge.
‘The whole world is watching’ Just prior to Trump’s remarks Tuesday, members of Moore’s campaign leadership defended the Republican candidate, arguing, in a direct appeal to Alabama voters, that with a narrow GOP Senate majority, much is at stake for the nation and “the whole world is watching” what they will do Dec. A lawyer for Moore, Ben Du Pré, said Moore is “above reproach” and, “We don’t believe a word of these lies against him.” Du Pré said the worldview of establishment media is at odds with the worldview and values of Alabamians, charging media have been quick to judge Moore but reluctant to judge Democrats who have faced similar allegations, such as former President Bill Clinton and former Congressman Anthony Weiner.
Du Pré noted Corfman’s father lived in another town.