Conrad Black vs. Leigh Corfman
The acute sensitivity to physical harassment of women and even greater public outrage about any form of abuse of minors [are] well-founded and justly righteous public attitudes. Their application in the [Roy Moore] case is mitigated by the absence of authoritative corroboration, any seriously alleged pattern of repeated misconduct (as in the Weinstein allegations), and the fact that the alleged incident is violently denied by the former chief justice of the state, occurred 38 years ago and did not involve any direct physical grope or probe.
–Tubby Black, National Review Online, Nov. 14, 2017.
Leigh Corfman described in detail her interactions with Moore in 1979 — including how Moore spread blankets down on his living room floor, undressed her, touched her, and asked her to touch him. He removed my clothing. He left the room and came back in wearing his white underwear. He touched me over my clothing, what was left of it. And he tried to get me to touch him, as well.”
–Leigh Corfman, Today Show, Nov. 20, 2017.