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Ford’s Attorneys Requested the FBI Interview Witnesses Who Did Not Witness the Alleged Assault

None of the "witnesses" that Ford's attorneys have requested the FBI interview are actually "witnesses."

By NTK Staff | 10.04.2018 @1:39pm
Ford’s Attorneys Requested the FBI Interview Witnesses Who Did Not Witness the Alleged Assault

The attorneys Christine Blasey Ford’s sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray on Thursday requesting that the bureau interview several “witnesses” who have information that is “highly relevant to Dr. Ford’s allegations” that Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh attempted to sexually assault her in the 1980s.

There’s just one problem with Ford’s attorneys request: none of the “witnesses” they provided to the FBI actually witnessed the alleged assault and only heard about the incident more than 30 years after it happened.

The list included Jeremiah Hanafin, who conducted Ford’s polygraph test on August 7, 2018, and Ford’s husband Russell Ford, who heard about the alleged incident during a therapy session in 2012.

The list also includes seven additional “witnesses” for the FBI to interview, but none of these “witnesses” were ever at the party where the alleged sexual assault occurred and only heard about the incident 30 years after it had allegedly occurred.

The legal definition of a witness is “a person who testifies under oath in a trial (or a deposition which may be used in a trial if the witness is not available) with first-hand or expert evidence useful in a lawsuit.”

By this standard, none of the “witnesses” that Ford’s attorneys have requested are actually “witnesses.”

Read the full request here:

Christine Blasey Ford’s… by on Scribd

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