Grassley Demands Ford’s Legal Team Sends Polygraph Results, THEY REFUSE
Ford’s attorneys are declining to turn over documents requested by the senator
Following Chuck Grassley's release of the executive summary FBI report on Kavanaugh, he has now demanded Christine Blasey Ford’s legal team provide evidence of therapy notes and polygraph results in a legal letter.
As Ford's seemingly baseless allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh continue to fall apart, her attorneys are now refusing to cooperate with Senate investigators.
Ford’s attorneys are declining to turn over documents requested by the senator.
On Wednesday, Debra Katz and her associate attorneys wrote a letter to Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley refusing to turn over therapy notes and polygraph tests.
Pay attention to the last paragraph...GRASSLEY IS GETS FRIM
I urge you once again, now for the third time in writing, to turn over the therapy notes, polygraph materials, and communications with The Washington Post that Dr. Ford has relied upon as evidence. In addition to the evidence I requested in my October 2 letter, in light of recently uncovered information, please turn over records and descriptions of direct or indirect communications between Dr. Ford or her representatives and any of the following: (1) U.S. Senators or their staffs, particularly the offices of Senators Feinstein and Hirono, other than your communications with me and my staff in preparation for the September 27 hearing; (2) the alleged witnesses identified by Dr. Ford (Leland Keyser, Mark Judge, and Patrick “P.J.” Smyth); and (3) Debbie Ramirez, Julie Swetnick, or their representatives.
Screenshot (above) of the letter from Grassley to Ford’s legal team
Senator Chuck Grassley means business–he already covered one of Kavanaugh’s hoax accusers to the FBI for criminal investigation.
Republican Senator Tom Cotton said over the weekend the lawyers recommended by the Democrats to Christine Ford will face a Washington DC bar investigation into their misconduct.
Following Chairman Chuck Grassley comments, key Republican, Senator Susan Collins, declared after reviewing the report that it appears to be a "very thorough investigation."
Top Democrats, on the other hand, called it "incomplete."
Judiciary Committee Democrat Dianne Feinstein emerged from briefings on the FBI investigation describing the probe as very limited and incomplete.