Something quite interesting here!
Unless you have been in a courtroom and been cross-examined by a tough litigator, you have no idea what Madam Justice Lori Douglas’ accuser, Alex Chapman, is putting up with.
What is puzzling, however, is the commentary from media pundits who seem ticked off because Mr. Chapman is fighting back and who, in my view, are misinterpreting the significance of the questions and answers flowing from Judge Douglas’ counsel’s cross examination.
Judge Douglas’ counsel, Sheila Block’s apparent “gotcha” moment came as she suggested to Mr. Chapman that he had taken up his neighbor’s offer to have sex with his wife for $500.00 a week, allegations Ms. Block made based on her review of Mr. Chapman’s diary.
Mr. Chapman denied the allegations saying that what his neighbor wanted was for him to teach his wife computer skills. Mr. Chapman maintained that Ms. Block’s allegations were incorrect and that she could call…
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