Moore Campaign Demands Yearbook

Roy Moore's Senate campaign is fired back Wednesday at sexual misconduct allegations.    Moore's attorney, Phillip Jauregui, questioned the authenticity of an inscription in accuser Beverly Young Nelson's 1977 high school yearbook.   Nelson and attorney Gloria Allred said the inscription was from Moore.   But Jauregui says there are inconsistencies in the handwriting.   The campaign demanded the release of the yearbook to a neutral custodian, so it can be examined by an expert.   "Is it genuine, or is it a fraud?" Jauregui asked.   Appearing on CNN Wednesday night, Allred declined to answer Wolf Blitzer's questions about whether the inscription was a forgery.   "We're not denying, we're not admitting, we're not addressing," Allred said.  

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