Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee revealed late Wednesday evening that they are talking to two men who think they forced themselves onto Christine Ford, not Brett Kavanaugh.
The Senate Judiciary Committee released a Brett Kavanaugh investigative summary late Wednesday.
In the summary, a 6th anonymous accuser who signed a letter as “Jane Doe” alleged Kavanaugh raped her in the back seat of a car.
The Committee also has a second interview lined up with a man who says he’s the one who forced himself onto Ford.
Congress reporter for Politico Burgess Everett reported: Judiciary is also talking to someone who thinks he forced himself on Dr. Ford not Judge Kavanaugh
Judiciary is also talking to someone who thinks he forced himself on Dr. Ford not Judge Kavanaugh pic.twitter.com/NJGRyMiW47
— Burgess Everett (@burgessev) September 27, 2018
For people asking for more info, this is from A long investigation summary from Judiciary Republicans distributed tonight. These interviews happened this week, according to the committee, reported Burgess Everett.
The Senate Judiciary Committee spoke to a second man who described the encounter with Ford in great detail and offered a written statement.
The Senate Judiciary Committee just sent out a timeline describing how they responded to the allegations against #SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh. It appears to indicate they've been in touch with two men who believe they had the "encounter" with Christine Blasey Ford pic.twitter.com/4cHn4j1DXw
— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) September 27, 2018
Christine Ford accused Brett Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge of sexual abuse 36 years ago at an unknown place or time.
Since then her named witnesses, including a female friend, have ALL denied the woman’s accusations.
Mr. Kavanaugh has categorically denied the allegations against him and said he looks forward to clearing his good name on Thursday.
In Brett Kavanaugh’s prepared testimony which was released earlier Wednesday, he said Christine Ford may have been sexually assaulted by some person at some time, but reiterated he is innocent of this crime.