Tag: sexual assault

The Katie Brennan Testimony Takeaway: Phil Murphy is either oblivious or a liar. Or both?

By Matt Rooney _ Katie Brennan’s Tuesday testimony before a legislative committee didn’t add anything seismic or game-changing to the Alvarez scandal timeline, Save Jerseyans, but the well-spoken, credible young woman testified flawlessly and undoubtedly sent chills through the ranks Read More

Murphy Administration denies request for Alvarez-related emails

TRENTON, N.J. — Is the Murphy Administration stonewalling attempts to get to the bottom of its handling of a sexual assault allegations scandal? The Democrat-controlled legislature has already voted to delay its own investigation into the Administration’s questionable hiring practices Read More

AUDIO: Rooney dissects sexual assault allegations plaguing the Murphy Admin on NJ 101.5, 1210 WPHT

By The Staff _ A third accuser has now emerged and legislative inquires are beginning to take shape. Save Jersey Founder and Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney isn’t just online but on your radio, too, discussing what it all means for the Read More

Democrat legislative leaders will probe Murphy Administration sexual assault allegations

TRENTON, N.J. – Democrat Senate President Steve Sweeney and Democrat Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin agreed late Tuesday to launch a ‘Select Committee on Investigation’ to probe bombshell sexual assault allegations (and a possible cover up?) plaguing the Murphy Administration. Their decision Read More

No one automatically ‘deserves to be believed’ but everyone deserves justice. | Rooney

Matt Rooney _ As a citizen and an attorney, Save Jerseyans, I’m profoundly disturbed by this new trend where people are guilty until proven innocent, and the accuser doesn’t have any burden of proof. Mark my words: it’s only a Read More

OROHO: Let Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Witnesses Testify Remotely

Domestic violence affects millions of Americans every year and yet only a little more than half of all cases are reported to the authorities. The statistics for survivors of sexual abuse are just as heartbreaking. Only 344 out of every 1,000 Read More