A rape case from 1975 that involved Hillary Clinton is still making headlines across the nation.
In Arkansas in 1975, 41-year-old Thomas Alfred Taylor violently raped a 12-year-old girl. Taylor’s attorney was Hillary Clinton. And even after so many years, Clinton doesn’t seem to feel guilty that she got the rape charge against the child rapist dropped.
Taylor was able to somehow pass the lie detector test. After some time, he pleaded guilty to “unlawful fondling of a child under 14” and his punishment was limited to time served, which meant he served less than a year in jail. Many were outraged by this case, because the rape was so violent it left the young girl in a coma for days and doctors doubted she would ever be able to have a child of her own.
The shocking thing is that Hillary testified in this case. Everyone knows that the rule is an attorney in a case isn’t allowed to testify in that case. The attorney is there to advocate, not to play the witness.
In some cases and under extreme measures, attorneys are allowed to testify by affidavit. The attorney’s affidavit is required to specifically cite such evidence and state the name of the witness who is the source of that evidence. This is Hillary’s affidavit from this case:
In the document, Hillary wrote that the 12-year-old girl “is emotionally unstable with a tendency to seek out older men and to engage in fantasizing.” So, in a way she’s trying to say that the child was asked for it. In addition, Hillary says about the girl that “she exhibits an unusual stubbornness and temper when she does not get her way.”
It’s still not clear how Hillary got away with this. Because of her actions, the life of a young girl was ruined.
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