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Those quotes were completely taken out of context. Having heard the full interview, I remember Farmer was actually saying how she witnessed Maxwell’s supremacist views and it skewed her perception of the world but she specifically said she does not hold any ill will towards all Jewish people despite her terrible experience. Dershowitz himself has admitted to getting a message at Epstein’s place but claimed it was from an “old, old Russian woman” and “I kept my underwear on.” Farmer responded to Dershowitz’s smear on Twitter writing, “For anyone abusing a cancer patient, I hope you never know my agony.” “Please defend me against evil elites by contacting them on here,” Farmer said. “I am losing my will to live. I came forward so everyone would know the TRUTH, not the lies spoken by Dersh. Write to him. I need you all.”

“There’s an old saying: ‘If you have the law on your side, bang on the law. If you have the facts on your side, bang on the facts. If you have neither, bang on the table,'” Alan Dershowitz wrote in his 2013 memoir Taking The Stand: My Life in The Law. “I have never believed that, but I do believe in a variation on that theme: If you don’t have the law or legal facts on your side, argue your case in the court of public opinion.” It appears he’s taking his own advice by smearing Farmer in the most vile way possible.­