After more than a year, the woman who accused Judge Roy Moore of sexual misconduct during his 2017 U.S. Senate bid still has not given a deposition about the alleged incident.
Corfman’s deposition is key. It will be the first time that she accuses Moore under oath, facing the penalty of perjury. So far, she has only recounted her story to The Washington Post, which gleefully ran with the accusations just 32 days before the election.
“The 320-word press release summarized that Corfman has not given a deposition, Moore has given a deposition, said that Moore had filed a motion to dismiss ‘Corfman’s frivolous lawsuit’ (the first time more than a year ago) and closed with ‘Where is Leigh Corfman? It’s been a year!’” the report said of Judge Moore’s latest legal action.
The demand for a deposition comes in the context of dueling defamation suits – one by Corfman, who sued the Judge simply for denying the allegations against him, and a countersuit by Moore against Corfman for defaming him.
Not only has Moore been deposed under oath, he also …read more