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MUST READ: Senate Judiciary Committee Drops Executive Summary of FBI Report on Kavanaugh

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Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans have dropped an executive summary of the FBI’s background investigation into SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, which demonstrates that agents involved in the investigation interviewed witnesses who might have had first-hand knowledge about the alleged sexual assault incident plaguing the judge.

Ten individuals were interviewed, with an additional person not agreeing to the process. The report ultimately concluded that there is no evidence corroborating the allegations made by either Dr. Ford or Ms. Ramirez.

Below is the executive summary:

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Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, on Thursday released an executive summary of the FBI’s supplemental investigation into the Brett Kavanaugh allegations:

Supplemental FBI Investigation Executive Summary

Background

At the Senate Judiciary Committee’s request, the FBI opened a supplemental background investigation into Judge Kavanaugh. It’s his seventh FBI background investigation in 25 years, going back to 1993. The request was for an investigation into current credible allegations against Judge Kavanaugh.

In the course of its investigation, the FBI decided to reach out to eleven people, ten of whom agreed to be interviewed. The FBI reached out to all witnesses with potential firsthand knowledge of the allegations. The FBI provided to the Senate 12 detailed FD-302 reports summarizing their interviews with the witnesses as well as supporting materials cited by the witnesses during their interviews.

Interview Subjects

The FBI interviewed the following ten individuals:

Ford Allegations

The three individuals identified by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford as having attended the gathering where she was allegedly assaulted. Mark Judge PJ Smyth Leland Keyser
Mark Judge
PJ Smyth
Leland Keyser
Two other individuals included on Judge Kavanaugh’s July 1, 1982 calendar entry. Timothy Gaudette Christopher Garrett
Timothy Gaudette
Christopher Garrett
An attorney for one of the witnesses

Ramirez Allegations

Deborah Ramirez
Two alleged eyewitnesses named by Deborah Ramirez (a third alleged eyewitness refused to submit to an interview)
Deborah Ramirez’s close friend from college

Conclusion

The Supplemental Background Investigation confirms what the Senate Judiciary Committee concluded after its investigation: there is no corroboration of the allegations made by Dr. Ford or Ms. Ramirez.

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As you can see, it doesn’t appear that there’s any evidence to suggest the allegations being made by these two ladies are true. Therefore, it’s time to stop playing games and get on with the confirmation vote.

It’s quite clear that these women have been used like pawns by the Democratic party as a means of delaying the confirmation vote. Well, ultimately, their plan is failing. So why continue to give in to their crazy demands? Let’s end this shenanigans.

Source: Daily Wire

 

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