Published: Fri, October 05, 2018
World News | By Sandy Lane

Grassley Releases Bizarre Letter From Former Weatherman To Undermine Kavanaugh Accuser

Grassley Releases Bizarre Letter From Former Weatherman To Undermine Kavanaugh Accuser

She said she "became aware of efforts by Mark Judge, Brett Kavanaugh, and others to "spike" the "punch" to drug girls and sexually abuse them. Both Ms. Swetnick and her lawyer Michael Avenatti, who also presents porn star Stormy Daniels, have dismissed the reports and said the lawsuits were a farce.

Avenatti said this woman is "prepared to meet with the Federal Bureau of Investigation today and disclose multiple facts and witnesses".

The individual claims to be a resident of South Florida, and a 1983 graduate of a high school "in the Washington, D.C. area".

"I can not specifically say that he [Kavanaugh] was one of the ones who assaulted me", she said. News chose to air an interview with Brett Kavanaugh accuser Swetnick, despite credibility question and NBC says it is continuing to report the story, seeking corroborating evidence. Kavanaugh testified that the calendar served as somewhat of a "diary".

Kavanaugh has been buffeted by claims of bad behavior in high school and college, with three women stepping forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct.

"Brett and Mark would drink excessively and be overly aggressive and verbally abusive toward girls". She was alone, quite lovely, well-dressed and no drink in hand.

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Swetnick says she saw boys gathered outside closed rooms at parties but did not know what was happening behind those closed doors until she says she herself was attacked around 1982."My body was violated", she said, sighing.

"I think she would say she's just being more descriptive now", Snow answered. The declaration also makes reference to "other inappropriate conduct by Brett Kavanaugh", but did not go into any further detail, simply stating that they are not comfortable making a written declaration about it.

He said that the Kavanaugh accuser represented by Avenatti, Julie Swetnick, "couldn't [be] shielded" by NBC News' interview earlier this week.

Swetnick was the third woman to accuse Kavanaugh of sexual molestation in the early 1980s. "I saw him try to shift clothing", she recalled. "I don't know what he did, but I saw him by them".

Swetnick has accused Kavanaugh of planning parties with his friends where girls were given spiked alcoholic punch then targeted for group sex and gang rape.

She also now says she doesn't know if he was part of the gang rape she says she suffered - but she still suspects him.

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But on Twitter, MSNBC senior vice president Jonathan Wald responded to an unnamed critic who wondered why the network continued "to perpetuate the unsubstantiated, absurd accusations and hope someday someone will back her up ... this is journalistic integrity?"

In an interview, Avenatti expressed frustration with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for not agreeing to meet with Swetnick.

DePauw University professor and media critic Jeffrey McCall told Fox News that "NBC's decision to give a platform to Swetnick is hard to defend within a journalism standards framework" and is another example of the media chaos that has surrounded the Kavanaugh news cycle.

"She was exaggerating everything".

Mr. Ketterer, in the letter, said he came forward now, knowing the pain his admissions would have on his family, because he was so upset by watching Judge Kavanagh's wife "looking so sad" at last week's hearing.

The Associated Press reported on Sunday that Swetnick has been involved in at least six legal cases in the last 25 years.

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