Moore Campaign brings Mall Employees to Refute Claims of a Ban

Moore Campaign brings Mall Employees to Refute Claims of a Ban

Former Alabama Chief Justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore waits to speak at a press conference, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017, in Birmingham, Ala. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

Earlier today, the Roy Moore campaign issued a press release, which contained the following quotes from former mall employees, including a manager and security manager.

“In my 26 years working at Gadsden Mall, I never heard anything about Roy Moore being banned from the mall or any other mention of issues concerning him. As the Operations Manager overseeing Mall Security, I would have been aware of something like that.” – Johnny Adams, employed by the Gadsden Mall for 26 years and was the Operations Manager for 14 years, overseeing mall security.

“As an employee of the Gadsden Mall for Morrison’s Cafeteria Corporation from the late 1970’s through the mid-2000’s, I would like to put forth a statement in regards to the allegations against Judge Roy Moore. During my time at the Gadsden Mall, I formed many lifelong relationships including one with Barnes Boyle and his wife, Brenda. Barnes Boyle was manager of the Gadsden Mall and Brenda was my manager at Morrison’s Cafeteria for many years. Because of this relationship, I was abreast on the latest situations that happened throughout the Gadsden Mall during that time period. There was a prominent man of Etowah County, whom is now deceased that was banned for reasons such as the allegations against Judge Moore. However, due to respect for the family, I decline to reveal his name. Despite allegations against other patrons of the mall, 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.” – Johnnie V. Sanders, employee of Gadsden Mall from late 70’s to mid-2000’s.

“We did have written reports and things. To my knowledge, he {Moore} was not banned from the mall.” – Barnes Boyle, Former Manager of the Gadsden Mall (1981-1986) WATCH.

Brett Doster, Moore campaign strategist, vowed to continue to bring the truth to light to counter the narrative put out “by the liberal media and the Moore Campaign’s political enemies.”  The New Yorker reported that Moore had been banned from the mall, in a report mostly full of heresay and rumors.  Only one person in the report claimed to have personal knowledge of the ban and would identify himself, Greg Legat, who worked in one of the stores.

Does it make sense that a local assistant District Attorney, could be banned from the local mall and openly known to be trying to pick up high school girls all over Town, and no one has used this against Moore or reported on it through 3 local campaigns, 5 statewide campaigns and 2 national legal controversies, despite being one of, if not the most well-known politicians in Alabama?


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