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- The torture claim still fails
- Backpedaling by the Shelton camp
- Fluids, forensics, and frustration
- Nothing unethical about the affidavit
- What happened that night and what happened in court
- Another little correction
- Correction re Taylor procedural history
- Taylor procedural history
- Arkansas v. Taylor — docket entries
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Category Archives: Thomas Alfred Taylor
Candice Jackson continues to sound off. For example: https://pjmedia.com/blog/the-truth-about-hillary-and-kathy-shelton/ She discusses the affidavit in support of the Motion for Psychiatric Examination and goes on to say: The overall impact on Kathy as a young girl was to leave her feeling … Continue reading
On October 11, 2016, the Washington Post published an article by fact-checker Glenn Kessler refuting the claims about the psychiatric evaluation and the polygraph: http://tinyurl.com/WashPoReShelton On October 18, 2016, PennLive reporter Colin Deppen interviewed me. His article ran the next … Continue reading
Where Clinton was going with the affidavit is not clear. Shelton’s interpretation is “She was saying that I wanted it to happen.” This has spawned one more fake Clinton quote: “You wanted it, didn’t you?” The affidavit did not state … Continue reading
Here is the core of the affidavit in support of the Motion for Psychiatric Examination: I have been informed that the complainant is emotionally unstable with a tendency to seek out older men and to engage in fantasizing. I have … Continue reading
The offense took place on May 10, 1975 in Springdale, Washington County, Arkansas. The victim, Kathy Shelton, was 12 years old. The defendant was Thomas Alfred Taylor. He was 41 at the time of the offense; he turned 42 not … Continue reading
In the procedural history, I inadvertently left the words “she has” out of the affidavit in support of the motion for psychiatric evaluation. This has now been corrected.
About an hour ago, I corrected a date in the procedural history. The Motion for Psychiatric Examination was denied on July 29, 1975. My apologies.