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U.S. cannot shield Trump from rape accuser's defamation lawsuit, judge rules


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5 minutes ago, Kerryd said:

When I hear accusations being made 25+ years after the alleged event, accusations that seemingly were never reported to the police at the time and the victim apparently never went to a hospital but she held onto the dress she was wearing and it supposedly has "DNA" evidence on it, I get really suspicious.

Especially when the accusation comes out just before an election involving the alleged perpetrator.

Exactly right, IMO.

6 minutes ago, Kerryd said:

I have no doubt that "back in the day" he probably didn't have to even try and women would be dropping their panties in front of him. Some of whom may now be deciding that there's money to be made and maybe things didn't quite happen the way they remembered after all.

That's the point I was making before the 2016 election when those women were accusing him of bad things.

Why would any rich man have to force a woman to have sex when there are so many groupies around?

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I am a believer that when it comes to the statute of limitations, there should be a limit of say 10 years to prosecute someone - re-instated on re-arrival to a country to stop you coming back after it

let the lady be heard see if the accusation is true or not but don’t get the doj involved in defending donald let him defend himself let the case run it’s course Just because he is potus shouldent  sh

His "defamation" was that he denied raping her or, indeed, ever meeting her. Bear in mind that the lady who claimed, during the run-up to the 2016 election, that he had molested her on a plane had,

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Acting at the behest of Attorney General William Barr, the Department of Justice moved the case to federal court, where it said Trump acted in his official capacity when denying Carroll's claims, and thus could not be sued personally for defamation.

Sick move by lackey Barr to move the case to the federal court and use tax payer money to pay for Trump's sexual exploit legal costs.    

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2 minutes ago, Susco said:

 

No it is not the same at all.

 

The Neanderthals ARE the DNA, the dress which is subject to this topic, is supposed to have kept the DNA of a third party attached to it intact for 25 years.

 

As you can notice from my post history, I am obviously not a Trump supporter, quite the opposite actually, but claiming that a dress has been cleaned for 25 years is simply ridiculous, and so are those that defend those claims

Who says it's been cleaned?

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21 minutes ago, Susco said:

 

No it is not the same at all.

 

The Neanderthals ARE the DNA, the dress which is subject to this topic, is supposed to have kept the DNA of a third party attached to it intact for 25 years.

 

As you can notice from my post history, I am obviously not a Trump supporter, quite the opposite actually, but claiming that a dress hasn't been cleaned for 25 years, as that would be the only way to keep the DNA attached to it intact, is simply ridiculous, and so are those that defend those claims.

 

 

 

The DNA issue is quite straightforward:

 

The DNA is recoverable or it is not.

The recovered DNA is a match to Trump or it is not.

 

Trump’s accuser’s legal team have submitted statements to the court that DNA has been recovered.

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, donnacha said:


I see. So, it would be better for the office of the President of the United States of America if the president does not deny accusations of rape from random people?
 


Their position was that the accusation would clearly not have been made if he was not in that job.

It is the same as death threats against the president. They spend tens of millions every year evaluating and investigating the roughly one thousand death threats per month that every president receives. The supposed "most powerful man in the world" draws a lot of attention from kooks, regardless of who is actually in the office.

Elderly white upper class women feel bitterly aggrieved that this particular president beat their great hope, Hillary, so, it is natural that some would go kamikaze. Fortunately, nothing has come out of any of the allegations, not contemporaneous notes by the alleged victims, not even witnesses who saw them together. Remarkable when you consider how famous he was even then and how this particular incident is alleged to have happened in a busy department store.

So, yes. If you suffer an attack due to the office you hold, your employer has a duty to defend you.

 

Wow one bitter chappie are you. Just one legal issue. An employer is not obliged to defend a criminal act such as rape or defamation. Such slight of hand to suggest there is any comparison between an employer and an employee and a politician.

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2 hours ago, Susco said:

 

While I would have a hard time remembering what I wore 25 years ago on a particular day, even if I was raped on that day, or even still have those 25-year-old clothes in my possession, is it possible to have a credible DNA test on clothes that most likely have washed at least hundreds of times since then?

 

I hope nobody gonna reply here that she kept that dress untouched for 25 years, because she intended to sue Trump when he would become president 25 years later

Were you raped on that day 25 years ago?

 

Would you wear clothes again after being raped?

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2 minutes ago, Sujo said:

She has not made any complaint to police about rape. He is not charged with rape. So she hasnt waited 25 years to make a police report because she hasnt made one.

 

No she didn't make a police report that Trump raped her, she only made that claim public in a book which probably was sold worldwide

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3 minutes ago, Susco said:

 

No she didn't make a police report that Trump raped her, she only made that claim public in a book which probably was sold worldwide

Correct. And trump said he never met her, which he has, and called her a liar. Thats all this is about.

 

simply finding dna does not prove rape, but it proves they met when she wore it.

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5 minutes ago, AgMech Cowboy said:

She has been heard. Anderson Cooper even interviewed her. He couldn't wait to get off the set when it finished. She was just drumming up noise for her book.

‘Heard in court’ 

 

Understand yet?!

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

Judge Lewis Kaplan

Kiss good bye to any  appointments from GOP, and never make it it SCOTUS now.

 

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