I was Brett Kavanaugh's college roommate. He lied under oath

I was Brett Kavanaugh's college roommate. He lied under oath

I was Brett Kavanaugh's college roommate. He lied under oath

'Thirty-five years ago, the other students in the room chose to laugh and look the other way as sexual violence was perpetrated on me by Brett Kavanaugh, ' Ramirez wrote in a statement released Saturday. As I watch numerous Senators speak and vote on the floor of the Senate I feel like I'm right back at Yale where half the room is laughing and looking the other way.

Deborah Ramirez says "it is US Senators who are deliberately ignoring his behavior", in a statement through her lawyer John Clune.

It came up during the Senate Judiciary Committee public hearing on September 27.

Along with former friends and classmates coming forward with stories that contradict Kavanaugh's claims about his drinking habits and behavior, Kavanaugh's own writings from that period of his life serve as evidence that he mischaracterized himself during his sworn testimony.

'I feel like I'm right back at Yale where half the room is laughing and looking the other way, ' Ramirez said of watching the senators speak Friday.

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Judge Brett Kavanaugh in July, following a meeting with Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley.

Collins' make-or-break decision signaled the end to a bitter chapter that has divided the both the Senate and nation along partisan lines.

In Slate, Roche wrote that the words are sexual references, adding, "I know this because I heard Brett and his friends using these terms on multiple occasions".

But in her statement she goes on to criticize the investigation for not interviewing witnesses who she says could support her accusations.


Appold wanted to act as a witness despite not having a relationship with Ramirez.

The White House announced in the middle of the night on Thursday that it had sent the results of the FBI's supplemental background investigation of Kavanaugh to the Senate.

Lawyers for the California college professor say in their letter to Wray that the Federal Bureau of Investigation hasn't interviewed any of the people whose names they've provided.

Roche has previously characterized Kavanaugh as a heavy drinker, first speaking out in an article published by the New Yorker last week containing allegations that Kavanaugh thrust his exposed member in a female student's face while in college.

On Sept. 27, Kavanaugh testified to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, after California professor Christine Blasey Ford said that he sexually assaulted her at a party when they were teenagers in the early 1980s.

'This is truly a collective moment of survivors and allies standing together'.

'Not only did I know that he wasn't telling the truth I knew that he knew that he wasn't telling the truth, ' he continued. This is how victims are isolated and silenced.

"Many, many people saw what I saw".

Reporter: What did [Kavanaugh] specifically testify to that you believe is a lie? "I don't think that means you can't have a strong career or even be a moral person".

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