The Woody Allen Controversy Reader: Why Maureen Orth’s “10 Undeniable Facts About The Woody Allen Sexual-Abuse Allegation” Is Complete Bunk.

Mia Farrow (2012 — photo by David Shankbone)

CLAIM # 1

Woody Allen (2006 — photo by Colin Swan)

CLAIM # 2

(Polygraph test machine — patent drawing)

CLAIM # 3

(New York’s Supreme Court Courthouse in New York County)

CLAIM # 4

(The caption head in the original court decision of Allen v. Farrow — June 7, 1993)

CLAIM # 5

(Overhead shot of “Frog Hollow” — Mia Farrow’s home and nearby lake in Bridgewater, CT)

CLAIM # 6

  1. Groteke admits that Dylan often went without undies when dressing herself with certain garments like sweatpants.
  2. Groteke claims that Dylan not having any underwear on was “the first thing Mia noticed when she returned home from shopping”.
(Aerial view of the campus of Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut — 2010)

CLAIM # 7

(Back cover of Dory Previn’s 1970 album “On My My To Where?”)

CLAIM # 8

(Partial view of Connecticut Prosecutor Frank S. Maco)

CLAIM # 9

(Maureen Orth)

CLAIM # 10

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