One of the defendants of Brett M. Kavanaugh admitted that he was involved in a car accident in the rear seats and said he was "tactical" to try to eradicate the judge's upheaval to the Supreme Court.
No one Chuck Grassley, the president of the Justice Commission, found fraud in a letter sent by the FBI and the Ministry of Justice on Friday, calling on them to prosecute Judy Munro-Leighton for lying and blocking Congress.
Mr. Grassley told Ms. Munro-Leighton, a leftist activist who sent another anonymous report to the rear seat and said it was his own story, calling it an "evil attack."
"I'm Jane Doe from Oceanside CA, Kavanaugh was raped," Ms. Munro-Leighton wrote an e-mail on October 3 stating that she was the victim's victim.
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Investigators of Mr. Grassley have been trying to reach him for a month, but they have failed until the week when they talked to him and confessed that he was not the original Jane Doe and "that attention attracted him."
He admitted the false statement and said that he had never met Kavanaugh with justice.
"I was angry and sent," he told the detectives.
"In short, the committee's sensitive timely scrutiny of allegations against Kavanaugh, Ms. Munro-Leighton filed a controversial allegation that diverted the Commission's resources," wrote Mr. Grassley. "When asked by the committee's researchers, he acknowledged it was a fake," trick "and" tactic. "He objected to the judge, confirming Kavanaugh."
President Trump caught the report on Saturday and called it a "vicious accuser."
– What about the others? Where are the Dems? he asked through Twitter.
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Mr. Grassley had previously asked the FBI to investigate Julie Swetnickt and his lawyer, Michael Avenatti's anti-Trump crusader, lying in Congress and blocking him. Ms. Swetnick originally claimed to have been a victim of a grammar school, including Justice Kavanaug, during high school parties when she said she saw him and a friend's spiky collar to leave the girls who were unable to withstand. Later he changed his story and said that he saw Kavanaugh's justice and friend near a hole punch and could not identify them as having actually participated in rape.
No witness could say that NBC could confirm its story.
In fact, NBC found one woman who, despite the sworn statement, told Swetnick to Avenatti the network.
Justice Kavanaugh's confirmation process was delayed, while the committee examined a number of allegations of sexual harassment and harassment, none of which proved justified in support of the public evidence so far.
He definitely denied all the claims.
It was confirmed, though only one Democrat joined all, only to a Republican who supported him.