CARLSON: Let me ask you a really simple question here. We know that the accuser in this case told medical personnel directly after the rape allegedly occurred that she was raped by three men in various ways and that they weren‘t wearing condoms. And that they—that the sex act resulted in completion here.Why do you think there is no physical evidence of any kind, no DNA evidence, and, frankly, no physical evidence, no abrasions consistent with rape?
GOSLEE: Well, first of all, that‘s not true. There is evidence. There was evidence of DNA of Seligman who lived in that house. There was two or three other specimens of semen found on a towel and some other areas of that house.
CARLSON: Well, I mean, on the victim.
To Mr. Carlson’s discredit, he lets her slide on this pile of spin. We, however, cannot overlook this steaming pile of agenda serving inaccuracy.
LIESTOPPERS: Ms. Goslee, either you are entirely uninformed as you make these inaccurate statements, or you are well informed and are intentionally trying to spin this simple and readily available information into something other than the truth. Neither is acceptable. To show you why you are either unprepared or deceitful, let's start with the facts as presented in Joseph Neff’s News and Observer article.
1. Reade Seligmann did not live at 610 Buchanan.
2. There was no evidence of Reade Seligmann’s DNA from either semen or specimen found anywhere at the house you erroneously contended he lived.
3. There were not two or three other samples of semen in addition to whomever you have mistaken for Mr. Seligmann. Only two semen samples were found in the house, but none belonged to Mr. Seligmann. The sample found on the floor of the bathroom in question belonged to exonerated player who lived in the house. The other sample was found on a towel in a hallway outside another bathroom.
With your “s’s" and your “and's” you sloppily attempt to further your agenda and bolster your argument with deception and misdirection. Your statements define spin, and while it may have played well in your former career, it does not work before this audience. You have been busted as a spinstress.
We refer you to the article you should have read for verification of the facts, which dispute your lies. You might want to read it before your next public performance.
Care for dessert?
GOSLEE: She was offered $2 million, Tucker. And why would she be offered $2 million by the Duke alumni if nothing happened?
LIESTOPPERS: Why indeed? Unfortunately for you, Georgia, you are either sadly misinformed, or purposely spreading misinformation again. "[the alleged victim] denied that she had ever received such an offer"
Yet another favorite:
GOSLEE: No. I remember reading a story that the accuser‘s mother said that she was a little concerned that the DNA didn‘t show up because it was actually tested by some of the people involved at Duke University. I‘m not saying that‘s the case. That‘s what the mother of the accuser has said.
LIESTOPPERS: DNA didn't show up? Well, that's news to us-maybe because that information is false. DNA did show up, but unfortunately for Georgia's insinuation, it belonged to the accuser's boyfriend.
And last, but not least:
GOSLEE: Why are there four or five different people, other than Nifong? We have a bail commissioner, we have two or three judges involved, we have police officers, we have a nurse, all who say her trauma was consistent with rape.
LIESTOPPERS: Ms. Goslee. We are afraid to even guess how in the world a bail commissioner or multiple judges would have a basis, a need, or a desire to express an opinion on whether the accuser’s “trauma” was consistent with rape. You are not suggesting that the bail commissioner or multiple judges were among potential witnesses Nifong intended to round up for the purpose of disproving that “trauma” to the accuser’s nether region existed before the party? As far as we are aware, from the descriptions in publicly available court documents, there has yet to be a nurse who reported that the accuser’s “trauma” was consistent with rape. We know that investigator Himan states otherwise regarding his phone conversation with S.A.N.E. nurse-in-training Levicy, and this shady invention seems to be the only fragment that fits your imagination. So, there are not four or five different people who said what you claimed they did . There is only one who wrote that a nurse said it, and he must have had his fingers crossed while writing it.
Thanks for filling the crock pot!