The November 9 Washington Post article is just incomplete enough to raise doubt – possibly even reasonable doubt – about Corfman’s claims. Here are some questions I would like to see answers to, with the understanding that the answers might not be 100% confirmable. When the Corfman incident allegedly occurred, was Moore living with a wife or somebody else at the residence where it allegedly occurred? Did those person(s), or neighbors, see him with the child? Were each of the two visits carried out secretly? The story indicates that the first time Moore took Corfman to his residence, after the trial that was taking place when he first met her, he kissed her. That would be legal. The second time he took her to the residence was when she allegedly ended up not wearing anything but underwear. What were the dates (including days of the week) and times of each of these secret (or so we think) encounters? Was she 14 on the second occasion? Nancy Wells, Corfman’s mother, knew that Moore had been with Corfman at the courthouse. But the Post article says nothing about whether Wells knew Corfman went twice to Moore’s residence. Did Corfman tell her mother that she had given her phone number to Moore? Did Corfman have a phone number of her own? Did she tells Wells that Moore was going to pick her up away from her residence each time it happened? How did she explain her absences? What reasons did Moore give to Corfman for picking her up in that manner? Why did Corfman agree to that, twice? What did Wells or other family members know about those secret visits, other than what Corfman told them? Corfman reported said,“I wanted it over with — I wanted out,” and “Please just get this over with. Whatever this is, just get it over.” Does this mean she didn’t know that Moore wanted to perform some sexual act with her? Wells didn’t hear about the sexual incident until more than 10 years later. With whom, and when, did Corfman discuss the incidents sooner than that? Whom did Corfman first contact after parting company with Moore on each occasion? Was force or the threat of force used to induce Corfman to submit to the acts of Moore? How did Corfman’s clothing get removed? Did she give Moore permission to remove her shirt and pants? What else did Moore and Corfman do at his residence? How long was she there on each secret visit? How much alcohol was consumed, and what kind? Was Corfman intoxicated when she rejoined her family? Did Corfman actually touch Moore’s penis? Does she know whether he had an erection? Did Moore tell her exactly what he was asking her to do with him beyond what actually occurred? Did Corfman believe that what he wanted to do was a crime? Did Moore threaten her to keep her from revealing things that occurred between him and Corfman? Answers to questions like these would allow the public to make a better judgment about this matter. Was it illegal for Corfman and Moore to remove their outer clothes, and absent actual touching of genitals, would there have been a crime? It troubles me that prominent politicians, and others, don’t seem to be asking questions like these. However, if it can be confirmed that he wanted her, below the age of 16, to remove or allow him to remove her outer clothing, and stripped to his underwear when they were alone together, I would say that alone is enough to disqualify Moore from serving as senator – absent a credible explanation of how that could happen with Corfman’s consent.