Who spoke in the Kavanaugh investigation — FBI interviews

Who spoke in the Kavanaugh investigation — FBI interviews

Who spoke in the Kavanaugh investigation — FBI interviews

After the emotional hearing last week, at which Ford recounted the incident and Kavanaugh denied it vociferously, Sen. He did so baldly, without hesitation or reservation.

'We were in a room together, our beds were 10 feet apart for a couple of months, ' Roche said.

"I believe that she's telling the truth", Roche said to CNN host Anderson Cooper on Wednesday.

During the testimony, Kavanaugh said he occasionally drank but never enough to forget details of the night before or was inebriated to the point of blacking out.

According to The New Yorker, several other former Yale classmates of Kavanaugh's said they'd reached out to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about the judge "but had not received a response". But I can say that he lied under oath.

Roche added, "I wasn't an angel back then, either".

The report was arriving at a Capitol palpably tense over the political stakes of the nomination fight and from aggressive anti-Kavanaugh protesters who have rattled and reportedly harassed senators. "Sometimes others did. I liked beer".

Roche, and others, say this is not true.

He said that once while White was out of town, Roche piled all of White's furniture and belongings in a hallway. "It may have even been during the week".

Kavanaugh also offered some information about Roche that was redacted from a transcript of the interview, after he was asked what reason Roche might have to lie about him.

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"What struck me and made me more interested in speaking out.is not only did I know that he wasn't telling the truth", Roche said.

But Roche wrote that Kavanaugh lied under oath. His name first started circulating in the media when he was quoted in the New Yorker story that brought Ramirez's accusations against Kavanaugh to light. "I was raised in a Republican family".

In the Slate op-ed, Roche notes he was raised in a Republican family - his mother was a Republican state representative in CT and "my father owns a MAGA hat". "My involvement has and will come with personal, professional, and reputational damage".

"That it would happen to a woman and she would not feel comfortable to speak about it doesn't surprise me either a bit".

"I can corroborate Debbie's account", Appold told the magazine.

Some of Judge Kavanaugh's classmates have indicated he had a tendency to become agitated and hostile when drinking.

"I think this will be a very close vote".

"Many, many people saw what I saw".

Roche concluded his op-ed on an equally scathing note.

"We are deeply disappointed by this failure", he wrote. "To hear with compassion and empathy the cases of the vulnerable".

I can't imagine that anyone in the Senate wants to confirm an individual to a lifetime appointment on the United States Supreme Court who has demonstrated a willingness to be untruthful under oath about easily verified information.

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