Brett Kavanaugh's College Roommate Says Supreme Court Nominee Lied Under Oath
- Author: Rogelio Becker Oct 08, 2018,
Oct 08, 2018, 2:27
Georgetown Prep alumni, former classmates of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, have supported his explanation of the term "Devil's Triangle".
Judge has denied Ford's allegations. Not only that, he has also been accused of having a drinking problem and lying about it.
Kavanaugh appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee last Thursday to answer questions about an alleged sexual assault from the 1980s.
Kavanaugh told the investigators that Roche had a bitter dispute with their third roommate, Dave White, which he said he himself had tried to stay out of.
"As a general matter, if the FBI is conducting an investigation. they decide who they need to talk to", said Carrie Cordero, a former counsel to the US assistant attorney general for national security. Kavanaugh had written the term in his high school yearbook. The former roommate also said Kavanaugh had thrown up on more than one occasion after drinking.
The third person to accuse Kavanaugh was Julie Swetnick.
Her attorney claims none of them has been contacted.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee during the third day of his confirmation hearing to serve as a Justice on the Supreme Court at the Capitol in Washington on September 6, 2018. He also indulged in aggressive behavior towards girls, including, "grinding' against girls, and attempting to remove or shift girls' clothing to expose private body parts".
Kavanaugh earlier testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he has never been blackout drunk. He told in a sworn declaration that Ford told him about and their therapist in 2012 that she was sexually assaulted back in high school. That includes Ford's husband and others who, the lawyers say, Ford told about the alleged assault. Add Supreme Court as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Supreme Court news, video, and analysis from ABC News.
"We knew Brett socially back in the '80s and '90s and consider him a friend but haven't spoken to him in more than 25 years. In a later statement, the president and his staff said the FBI were free to interview whomever it would like, so long as the investigation was completed by Friday". "And so it felt to me like somebody had to get up and speak for her". Among some groups, that was the culture.
Kavanaugh said during the hearing that it refers to farting.
He is one of Kavanaugh's freshman-year roommates who said the SCOTUS nominee is a heavy drinker.
"Brett's testimony about the meaning is entirely correct and consistent with my independent understanding", he wrote.
When he did so, he found that many of them had offered up similar lists, or had simply tried to reach out to the Federal Bureau of Investigation to corroborate and, just like Scheuerman, were ignored.
'Jamie and Dave White hated each other, ' Kavanaugh said - implying that there may be lingering bad blood from the living situation that would motivate Roche's recent statements about him. He feels the investigation was not credible and lacked enough interviews. "Why would they care about these things now?" The entire incident and the developments after it just paint a terrifying picture of the flawed political and justice system.