Caleb Moore, son Alabama’s Chief Homophobe, blames drug arrest on vengeful liberals

Posted on 18 Mar 2015 at 12:04pm
Caleb Moore

Caleb Moore

Caleb Moore — the 24-year-old son of Alabama’s Chief Homophobe, state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore — was arrested Sunday, March 15, and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana. But Caleb swears he is innocent and blamed the whole thing on those nasty liberals who are out to get his dad, according to AL.com.

Roy Moore is the one who declared that Alabama doesn’t have legally acknowledge same-sex marriages, no matter what the federal courts — including the U.S. Supreme Court — say. Despite federal court rulings, Roy Moore told Alabama county probate judges not to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, and later led the state Supreme Court in ordering the probate judges not to abide by the federal court rulings.

Caleb Moore was arrested in Troy, Ala., after officers responding to a report of a break-in found him and some friends standing nearby, close to a pickup truck that reeked of pot. When they searched the truck, the officers found a bag containing marijuana and some Xanax pills in the glove compartment, along with Caleb’s passport. So they arrested him and took him to jail. He was later released on $8,500 bond.

But Caleb Moore has denied any wrongdoing, taking to Facebook on Monday to defend his honor and point out the real criminals with this post: “This is nothing more than a prime example of how media and crooked police officers and critics of my dad try to not only destroy his career for what he stands for but will go as far as trying to destroy his family. I am not a drug user as the drug test taken today will show. As for the malicious possession charges, justice will be served.”

Caleb Moore didn’t say Monday, March 16, whether his guilty plea to drug-related charges in St. Clair County in 2013, and his 2011 arrest in Crenshaw County for drug possession and driving under the influence were also the fault of vengeful liberals.

In an article posted Wednesday, March 18, on AL.com, Caleb Moore’s lawyer, Richard Jaffe, said that his client’s comments about crooked cops was just a product of his frustration and he really didn’t mean it. Jaffe also noted that Caleb Moore was one of five young men arrested on drug charges related to the Sunday incident. All of them have denied knowing there were any drugs in the truck.

Jaffe pointed out that Caleb Moore took a drug test the day he was arrested and that he passed that test.

AL.com’s Wednesday story notes that this was just the latest in a string of arrests for Caleb Moore, although he has apparently never served any jail time. Read about the previous arrests here.

Caleb Moore has acknowledged that he has had a troubled past and that he has struggled with drugs and drinking. But he says he is much more mature now (compared to March 2014, a month in which he was arrested twice in separate incidents related to possession and DUI) and that he now has “a closer walk with the Lord.” He said he never did anything more than most college students, but that his indiscretions were blown way out of proportion because of who his father is.

Caleb Moore attends Troy University and works for The Foundation for Moral Law, an organization founded by his father and of which his mother is president.

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