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Topic: They're not even trying anymore.

Anonymous A started this discussion 2 months ago #1,748

So, 3 "brave" women are coming forward against someone who's supposed to be nominated very soon. The first woman's own witnesses have no idea what the fuck she's talking about, the second one was clearly made up and now Stormy Daniel's lawyer (because he's trustworthy) now has someone who was "gang raped".

Well, there's rarely direct "proof" in cases of sexual misdeeds. Often no witness(es), although in these instances there may be some, probably with conflicting or no recollections. It's usually a situation where you have to assess the credibility of the accuser(s) and whether they have strong motives to fabricate their stories. And whether there's a pattern of behavior being described by different people.

There's not strong corroboration here yet. But it supports credibility, for example, when an accuser discusses the event with a therapist, her husband, etc., several years before she comes forward.

And when she alleges that there was a third person present (Judge). If she wanted to fabricate a story, it wouldn't make sense to say his best friend was a witness. No, you'd just say, the two of you were alone.

And the Yale party accuser. She didn't have to say their were other people present....

It's going to be interesting when it all comes out.

Anonymous B joined in and replied with this 2 months ago, 4 days later[Top] #5,453

-stands on a stool in front of the stove, humming tunelessly while pan braising a steak in wine and broth. Adds herbs and pepper and watches the steam billow under the lid.-

Get her to make me a sandwich and fold my washing of course
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