Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Case of Trump Rape of Child Progressing Forward --'The Independent' of UK

The Independent of the UK reported in "Donald Trump underage rape accusation: Judge sets date for hearing of lawsuit" that the child rape case is moving forward. Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump has been accused of raping a 13 year old girl at a party hosted by billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.

The International Business Times reported this morning,

Donald Trump Accused Of Raping 13-Year-Old Girl: Lawsuit From Casey Anthony Attorney Allowed In Federal Court

A federal judge in New York has set an initial date on which the two sides must appear in court, December, a month after Trump faces the presidential election.

Federal Judge Ronnie Abrams has ordered that the status conference hearing for 16 December in a New York court.
The British newspaper also reported,
A federal judge has ordered a status conference hearing after a woman filed a lawsuit claiming Donald Trump raped her when she was 13-years-old in 1994.
In the lawsuit a witness, identified by the pseudonym Tiffany Doe, alleges she saw Mr Trump and billionaire-paedophile Jeffrey Epstein repeatedly rape the plaintiff, identified as Jane Doe.
The complaint claims Epstein hired an unidentified woman to pick up teenage girls to bring to his parties.
The court order for December 16, 2016
The IBT reported more on the story this morning, "Donald Trump Accused Of Raping 13-Year-Old Girl: Lawsuit From Casey Anthony Attorney Allowed In Federal Court." 

The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court of New York, alleges that Trump and financier Jeffrey Epstein raped two underage girls at several parties at Epstein’s apartment in Manhattan. The girls, identified in court documents as “Tiffany Doe” and “Jane Doe,” were allegedly promised money and modeling careers if they attended the parties.

The details described in the document are graphic. At one party, Trump is accused of tying one of the young girls to the bed before raping her while the victim repeatedly plead with him to stop.
Here is the full link for the lawsuit case brief submitted to the federal court, refiled last week in New York.

The Huffington Post also published this summer on the case of Trump's alleged rape:

Why The New Child Rape Case Filed Against Donald Trump Should Not Be Ignored

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