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One Prosecutor’s Perspective (October 2, 2018)

Rachel Mitchell, the experienced prosecutor hired by Senate Republicans to ask the questions during the public hearing, has released a memo analyzing Dr. Ford’s allegations against Judge Kavanaugh. This five-page memo may prove useful in helping you digest last week’s dramatic day of public testimony.

Please note Mitchell’s disclaimer at the beginning of her analysis: “There is no clear standard of proof for allegations made during the Senate’s confirmation process. But the world in which I work is the legal world, not the political world. Thus, I can only provide my assessment of Dr. Ford’s allegations in that legal context.”

The nation is currently awaiting the conclusion of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s investigation.


Ford’s Written Testimony (September 27, 2018)

Here’s a copy of Professor Ford’s written testimony which has been released ahead of today’s public hearing.

Today at 10 am EDT, Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Professor Christine Blasey Ford, his accuser, will both testify under oath.


Kavanaugh’s Written Testimony (September 26, 2018)

Here’s a copy of Judge Kavanaugh’s written testimony which has been released ahead of tomorrow’s public hearing.

Tomorrow at 10 am EDT, he and Professor Christine Blasey Ford, his accuser, will both testify under oath.


Grassley’s Handling of Serious Kavanaugh Allegations (September 20, 2018)

The Family Foundation obtained a copy of a letter sent from Sen. Grassley (R-IA), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, to his Democrat colleagues on the committee with regards to Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation process.
The September 19 letter explains the options to testify under oath offered to the accuser (as requested by her attorney); responds to requests of an additional FBI investigation; laments the violation of the accuser’s wish for confidentiality; decries Senator Feinstein (D-CA), Ranking Member, sitting on the allegation for more than six weeks; and expresses a commitment to investigate the “serious allegations as quickly and as thoroughly as possible.”



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