Allegations Against Judge Roy Moore Debunked

MOORETRUTH.US

GADSDEN MALL

Allegation — “Roy Moore was banned from the Gadsden mall for propositioning teenage girls.”

— Witnesses Refuting Allegations —

  1. Johnny Adams – Employed 26 yrs. Gadsden Mall, Oper. Mgr 14 yrs. over security – “Never heard of anything about Roy Moore being banned or mention of any other issues concerning him.”
  2. Johnnie V. Sanders – Employee of Gadsden Mall from late 70’s to mid-2000’s for Morrison’s Cafeteria Corp – “I never heard of Roy Moore’s name come in conversation with any such misconduct against women or a supposed banning from the Gadsden Mall.”
  3. Barnes Boyles – Former Manager of the Gadsden Mall – “We did have written reports and things. To my knowledge, he {Moore} was not banned from the mall.”

beverly nelson’s allegations summer 1977

Allegation — “I began work at the resturant when I was 15.”

— Witness Refuting Allegations —

  1. Rhonda Ledbetter – Waitress at Olde Hickory House for 3 years 1977-1979 – “Olde Hickory required employees to be 16 or older. I don’t remember any 15 year olds working there at all.”

Allegation — “Moore came in almost every night. He sat at the counter”

— Witnesses Refuting Allegations —

  1. Renee Schivera – Waitress Summer 1977 – “I don’t remember Roy Moore ever coming into the restaurant.”
  2. Rhonda Ledbetter – Waitress at Olde Hickory House for 3 years 1977-1979 – “I never saw Roy Moore come into the resturant when I worked there. Counter customers were served by bartender, not waitress.”
  3. Johnny Belyeu – “I knew Roy Moore and I was a regular customer at the Olde Hickory House and I never once saw Roy Moore at the restaurant. I never met nor saw Beverly Nelson there either”