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The legal wrangling intensified this week, with Buzbee refiling most of 21 lawsuits, initially made anonymously, with the names of the accusers.
Her testimonies in several high-profile sexual misconduct cases, including the Harvey Weinstein trial, have been used to discredit recollections of accusers and survivors.
DO YOU REMEMBER?SEAN CULLIGANAPRIL 13, 2021OZY
An accuser goes public as Deshaun Watson faces a second criminal complaintSolis told reporters that Watson exposed himself and forcibly touched her hand with his erect penis during a massage session.
In a statement, Boerner Horvath said the law will protect the dignity of accusers.
The idea, here, is that a person charged with some offense tries to discredit the accuser by charging them with a similar one or bringing up a different issue altogether—none of which is relevant to the original accusation.
They also may use lawyers or legal advisers to cross-examine their accuser.
One other illustration of this keen childish dialectic when face to face with the accuser deserves to be touched on.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
Any exaggeration into which a feeling of indignation happens to betray the accuser is instantly pounced upon.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
As public accuser, he caused the death of immense numbers, of all ages and either sex.
Planner looked at the letter, read it—then turned his eyes mildly and reproachfully upon his accuser.

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