The victim thinks she was touched, and felt humiliated. Franken hasnít denied touching her. The picture shows apparent touching. Yet, youíre convinced it didnít happen.
Are you giving Moore the same benefit of the doubt?
I'm looking at the same picture the victim was looking at to form her opinion of the situation. I don't see apparent contact. That's just me I guess. The picture situation is conjecture by all sides.
That picture is a poor taste and I can certainly understand why that person would feel humiliated. But we're setting an awfully low bar here for character assassination. Several hours ago someone popped out of the woodwork to complain that she felt harassed after she got into an argument with Franken after a talk show. What's next, a neighbor complaining that Franken trained his dog to pee on the daily paper?
I'm afraid that this is snowballing out of control and is doing a disservice to everyone who was assaulted. Being able to call a spade a spade is important. I guarantee you that people will start tuning the issue out.