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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by DAKA, Sep 26, 2018.
Anyone else remember being in the Yale dorm room for the "party"
"Christine Blasey Ford’s attorneys have sent documents to the Senate Judiciary Committee with declarations from four people who they say corroborate her story of sexual assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The declarations, as obtained by USA Today, are from Ford’s husband Russell Ford and three friends who stand behind the accuser’s allegation against Kavanaugh while both were high school students in 1982.
By her own initial statement, they weren’t there.
They are effectively saying we “like” her more than him and choose to believe her.
They sure are getting a lot of paperwork done on this road trip.
Wouldn’t that be classified as hearsay, not admissible in any court?
People lie for the ones they love...or the ones who may pay them back down the road.
'Eh, under oath, but not a court. I'm sure there will be plenty said that would not be allowed in a court of law.