Tina Johnson's house may have been set aflame, but investigators don't believe the crime had anything to do with Moore.
The attorney cited by the Moores isn't who some people thought he was — instead he's a Messianic Jew who works for their foundation.
Leigh Corfman, who alleged Moore groped her when she was 14, has filed suit because he called her a liar.
Richard Jaffe, who defended Moore's son on a drug charge, is a "passionate supporter" of Jones and plans to be at his Senate swearing-in Wednesday.
Moore had filed a complaint late Wednesday alleging voter fraud, with support from "experts" including a Holocaust denier.
While trying to stop Alabama from certifying Senate election results, Moore claimed in a legal filing to have taken a lie-detector test. (Update: Alabama certified the election results despite his objection.)
A week after Doug Jones defeated him in the U.S. Senate contest in Alabama, the homophobe and accused pedophile is pleading for money.