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Kevin Spacey and others have been accused of sexual harassment and assault Here’s a list of Moore’s accusers so far Leigh Corfman The allegations: Leigh Corfman told the Washington Post that she met Moore in 1979 when she was just 14 years old The then-district attorney offered to watch Corfman while her mother attended a custody hearing she said and he asked for her phone number when he was alone with her Corfman said that days later Moore drove her to his house and kissed her During a second encounter he allegedly took off her shirt and pants and touched her over her underwear and led her hands to touch him over his underwear “I wanted it over with” Corfman told the Post Moore’s response: “It never happened” Moore said during an interview with Sean Hannity “I don’t know Miss Corfman from anybody I never talked to or never had any contact with her Allegations of sexual misconduct with her are completely false I believe they’re politically motivated” Wendy Miller The allegations: Wendy Miller told the Post that she met Moore when she was 14 and working at Gadsden Mall She claimed that Moore asked her out on dates when she was 16 but her mother forbid her from going out with Moore Miller said that she was flattered at the time “Now that Ive gotten older the idea that a grown man would want to take out a teenager thats disgusting to me” she told the Post Moore’s response: In an interview on Hannity Moore said he only recognized the names of Debbie Wesson Gibson and Gloria Thacker Deason “It’s political” Moore told Hannity of Miller and Corfman’s allegations “It’s a direct attack on this campaign and it involves a 14-year-old girl which I would have never had any contact with nothing with her mother or any courthouse or anywhere else would I have done that" Debbie Wesson Gibson The allegations: Debbie Wesson Gibson told the Post that Moore first asked her out in 1981 when she was 17 after he had spoken to her high school civics class She said that they went on several dates over a period of two to three months but they never did anything more than kiss She said her mother approved of her going out with Moore Moore’s response: Moore told Hannity he didn’t remember speaking to her civics class but said he knew Wesson Gibson and her parents “I remember her as a good girl” he said “I know her but I don’t remember going out on dates I knew her as a friend If we did go out on dates then we did But I don’t remember that” (Later in the interview Moore said that he dated “a lot of young ladies” after his return from the military but said that he didn’t remember dating women who were much younger than him He also added: “I don’t remember ever dating a girl without the permission of her mother”) Gloria Thacker Deason The allegations: Gloria Thacker Deason told the Post that she met Moore when she was 18 at the department store where she worked at the Gadsden Mall She said they dated on and off over several months including dates where they drank wine But she said that the relationship did not go beyond kissing “My mom was really really strict and my curfew was 10:30 but she would let me stay out later with Roy” she told the Post Moore’s response: Moore told Hannity that he never provided alcohol to a minor “I seem to remember her as a good girl… I had some sort of knowledge of her parents her mother in particular” he said Beverly Young Nelson The allegations: In a press conference on Nov 13 Beverly Young Nelson said that Moore sexually assaulted her in 1977 when she was just 16 She claims that Moore offered to drive her home from her job waitressing at a restaurant and then groped her and forced her head toward his crotch She said that she had first met Moore at the restaurant she worked at when she was 15 She said he frequently complimented her appearance and signed her yearbook with the note: “To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas Love Roy Moore DA” Moore’s response: During a press conference on Nov 13 Moore denied her allegations “I can tell you without hesitation this is absolutely false” Moore said “I never did what she said I did I dont even know the woman I dont know anything about her I dont even know where the restaurant is or was” Moore also denied signing her yearbook and called on Nelson to release the yearbook so a handwriting expert could examine it Tina Johnson The allegations: Tina Johnson told ALcom that Moore groped her in 1991 when she visited his law office with her mother Johnson who was 28 years old at the time said Moore complimented her appearance throughout the meeting and then grabbed her butt when her mother had left the room Moore’s response: Moore has not commented on Johnson’s specific allegations but denies all of the allegations against him Gena Richardson The allegations: In an interview with the Post published on Nov 15 Gena Richardson said that she first met Moore at Gadsden Mall in 1977 either before or just after her 18th birthday She said that she declined to give him her phone number and Moore then called her at school to ask her out After Moore allegedly attempted again to ask her out she agreed to go on a date Richardson said At the end of the night she said that Moore gave her an unwanted “forceful” kiss Moore’s response: Moore has not commented on Richardson’s allegations but denies all of the allegations against him “If you are a liberal and hate Judge Moore apparently he groped you” Moore’s campaign said in a statement to the Post “If you are a conservative and love Judge Moore you know these allegations are a political farce” Becky Gray The allegations: Becky Gray told the Post in the story published Nov 15 that she met Moore at Gadsden Mall where she worked at the time when she was 22 Gray said that Moore repeatedly asked her out and that she consistently turned down his advances She said she complained to her manager who allegedly told her that it was “not the first time he had a complaint about him hanging out at the mall” Moore’s response: Moore has not commented on Gray’s allegations but denies all of the allegations against him Write to Samantha Cooney at [email protected]

and predict what that would mean either biologically or clinically." The piece expanded on some of the comments he made at his daughter’s funeral defending the Hispanic community. may be an outlier: other recent polls show him with even or underwater approval ratings,Strong northwesterly winds will develop this morning in the Devils Lake basin before moving into the Red River Valley by afternoon.The first drawing will be Wednesday, Ala. Thomas Eric Duncan a Liberian man who died of the virus on Oct 8 The revelation Wednesday that she flew Frontier Airlines on an Oct 13 had officials working Wednesday locate and monitor 131 other people who were on the plane Vinson was also moved Wednesday to an Atlanta hospital with experience treating the disease “She should not have flown on [a plane]” Dr Tom Frieden the CDC director told reporters Wednesday It became clear late Wednesday night that Frieden was mistaken and a CDC official confirmed the agency had actually cleared Vinson to fly Dave Daigle a CDC spokesman told TIME that as officials widened the net of people who needed to be monitored Vinson was in Ohio and the CDC told her to go back to Dallas Her temperature was 995F Daigle said “Most doctors would call that a slight temperature not a fever” he said “At that point she was asked by CDC to come back to Dallas so she could be monitored and she came back” Addressing Frieden’s comments that Vinson “should not have flown” Daigle said the threshold for a fever is 1004F "We may end up lowering that threshold” he said “but under the current guidance she was clear to fly” Vinson was stable condition Wednesday Frieden said She was transferred to Atlanta’s Emory University Hospital which has already sent nurses to Dallas to aid in Ebola-related care is currently treating another patient who was diagnosed in West Africa and successfully treated missionaries Dr Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol for the disease The hospital has a specialized unit and team that are trained to treat patients with diseases like Ebola and Vinson’s transfer comes as US officials are considering transferring all Ebola patients to specialized hospitals The news clearly had travelers on edge with reports of people at airports across the country wearing face masks and even makeshift hazmat suits Meanwhile the World Health Organization said Wednesday that the epidemic which has ravaged counties in West Africa has now claimed 4493 lives with a total of 8997 confirmed probable and suspected cases Vinson was isolated within 90 minutes after reporting a fever on Tuesday whereupon she was tested for Ebola Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins told reporters Wednesday adding that “the protocol to find the virus worked well” The results came back positive from a state lab in Austin around midnight the Texas Department of State Health Services said The CDC is reaching out to passengers on Vinson’s plane Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 from Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth There were 132 passengers on the flight and the CDC is asking those passengers to call 1-800-CDC-INFO Public-health workers will begin interviewing the passengers later Wednesday Any passengers determined to be at risk will be monitored Frontier Airlines said the plane on which the patient flew was cleaned after landing as part of its normal procedure and according to CDC guidelines “prior to returning to service the next day” The plane was again cleaned Tuesday night before being taken out of service upon notification of the passenger’s status by the CDC The airline said it will continue to work closely with the CDC to ensure proper protocols and procedures continue to be followed Frieden said Wednesday that the several days before Duncan was diagnosed with Ebola were the highest-risk period for other infections Nina Pham a nurse who also treated Duncan was diagnosed with Ebola on Sunday Both had “extensive contact with the patient when they were having substantial amounts of both vomiting and diarrhea” Frieden said With reporting by Maya Rhodan Zeke J Miller and Siobhan O’Connor READ: Why Protective Gear Sometimes Isn’t Enough in the Fight Against Ebola PHOTOS: See How a Photographer is Covering Ebola’s Deadly Spread Members of a Liberian Red Cross burial team under contract from the Liberian Ministry of Health remove the body of suspected Ebola victim Lorpu David 30 on Sept 18 2014 in the Gurley street community in central Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Members of a Liberian Red Cross burial team remove the body of woman 75 a suspected Ebola victim on Sept 18 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux A burial team collects the body of a 75-year-old woman in a neighborhood called PHP in Monrovia Liberia Sept 18 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux A resident of the West Point neighborhood covers his nose as a burial team leaves with a body in Monrovia Liberia Sept 17 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Members of a burial team from the Liberian Red Cross remove the body of a man a suspected Ebola victim from a home in Matadi on Sept 17 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux A member of a Liberian Red Cross burial team is disinfected with chlorine sprayed on by a colleague after having removed the body of a man a suspected Ebola victim on Sept 6 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Reportage by Getty Images Residents look on as the body of a man suspected of dying from Ebola lies in a busy street after it was reportedly dragged there to draw the attention of burial teams For several days his family had asked for the body to be picked up to no avail Monrovia Liberia Sept 15 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Friends and relatives weep as a burial team removes the body of a 75-year-old woman Her neighbors insisted she had died of a stroke Monrovia Liberia Sept 18 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Eric Gweah 25 grieves as he watches members of a Red Cross burial team carry the body his father Ofori Gweah 62 a suspected Ebola victim in a riverside area called Rock Spring Valley in central Monrovia Liberia Sept 18 2014 Ofori Gweah had endured Ebolaís telltale symptoms for six days his family took him to treatment centers twice only to be turned back So many Ebola victims are dying at home due to a severe shortage of treatment centers in Monrovia and many of the ill are infecting family members neighbors and others in a ballooning circle of contagion (Daniel Berehulak/The New York Times) Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Residents discuss an Ebola awareness campaign in Monrovia Liberia Aug 30 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Residents of the West Point neighborhood attend church after a 10-day quarantine was lifted in Monrovia Liberia Aug 31 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux James Dorbor 8 suspected to have Ebola lays on the ground as his father Edward tried to get the boy to drink coconut water They waited for James to be admitted into the JFK Ebola treatment center on Sept 5 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Reportage by Getty Images Edward Dorbor reacts after believing that his son James Dorbor 8 had died However the boy survived for a few additional hours before dying at the JFK Ebola treatment center on Sept 5 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Reportage by Getty Images Medical staff rush into the treatment facility carrying James Dorbor 8 suspected of having Ebola Since the health workers weren’t wearing the appropriate protection against Ebola they positioned James’ body in a way to limit exposure to the deadly virus Monrovia Liberia Sept 5 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux A relative grieves as members of a Liberian Red Cross burial team dress themselves in full protective clothing prior to removing the body of suspected Ebola victim Ofori Gweah 62 on Sept 18 2014 in central Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Medical staff spray down a small plastic bag containing the blood sample of Hawa Konneh 9 a suspected Ebola victim as she lays on the dirt wrapped in a shawl in front of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Ebola treatment center as her mother Masogbe sits near to her prior to Hawa’s passing away on Sept 4 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Reportage by Getty Images Marvin Gweah 28 is overcome by emotion as members of a Liberian Red Cross burial team carry away the body of his father Ofori Gweah 62 a suspected Ebola victim on Sept 18 2014 in central Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Reportage by Getty Images 1 of 17 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] were spray-painted at a New York City playground on Friday above the words “Go Trump” And on Saturday children replaced them with hearts and flowers The graffiti was removed on Saturday and police are investigating the incident the Associated Press reported The Brooklyn park was named for the late Adam Yauch who was Jewish He was a member of the Beastie Boys By Saturday afternoon children had redecorated the playground equipment with messages of love as some left flowers and wrote “Love Trumps Hate” in chalk NPR reported There have been several incidents of vandalism featuring swastikas in New York City and around the country since Election Day Hate crime 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