12-Year-Old Rape Victim That Hillary Mocked Reveals BRUTAL Truth About Clinton

Hillary Clinton’s defense of a sexual predator in a 1975 molestation case has never left the back of her dirty closet. It is something that was certainly dragged out into the open during the presidential election. Hillary’s desire to win not only has cost lives, it almost destroyed the life of a twelve-year-old rape victim she tried to ruin.

The rape victim is now 52, but was 12 years old when the sexual assault happened. Her attacker was a man named Thomas Alfred who lured her into a car and proceeded to rape her. Due to Clinton’s defense he was able to get a not guilty verdict. Video tapes were released some time later showing how Clinton was amused by the process. In the video she could be heard saying,

“I had him take a polygraph, which he passed — which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs.”

She continued to laugh about evidence that was destroyed that had proven her client was guilty of the assault. A while back the victim did an interview with The Daily Beast where she recounted how Clinton walked her through hell and how she refuses to remain silent. She said,

“I think she wants to be a role model being who she is, to look good, but I don’t think she’s a role model at all … If she had have been, she would have helped me at the time, being a 12-year-old girl who was raped by two guys. You are supposed to be for women? You call that for women, what you done to me? And I hear you on tape laughing.”

Hillary Clinton never apologized to her for what she did. But better yet, she never apologized to the American people for allowing a sexual predator to get off scot-free and roam the streets where he is a threat to other people. It is amazing that people like this victim speak up about what and who Clinton really is.

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