Full Kavanaugh Investigation Report Released: 'No Evidence' of Sexual Misconduct
Senate Judiciary Committee releases final report of allegations against Justice Kavanaugh
The Senate Judiciary Committee has released the full and final report into the investigation of sexual misconduct allegations leveled against Justice Kavanaugh by Christine Blasey Ford.
The detailed report was made public on Saturday and confirms that "no evidence" was found to corroborate any of the claims made against the then-nominee for the Supreme Court Brett Kavanaugh.
The 414-page report consists of 28 pages of the report itself, with the rest being made up by 53 exhibits.
The report declares:
"After an extensive investigation that included the thorough review of all potentially credible evidence submitted and interviews of more than 40 individuals with information relating to the allegations, including classmates and friends of all those involved, Committee investigators found no witness who could provide any verifiable evidence to support any of the allegations brought against Justice Kavanaugh.
"In other words, following the separate and extensive investigations by both the Committee and the FBI, there was no evidence to substantiate any of the claims of sexual assault made against Justice Kavanaugh."
According to Breitbart, the report notes that the committee has referred several individuals to the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation who seemed to have made false statements against Kavanaugh to the committee.
The report also notes that the committee is investigating former FBI employee Monica McLean for allegedly urging accuser Christine Blasey Ford’s best friend to change her statement disputing Ford’s account of an alleged sexual assault:
"Several media outlets have reported that the FBI’s supplemental report indicated that Leland Keyser, a friend of Dr. Ford, felt pressure from Dr. Ford’s allies to revisit her initial statement to the Committee that she did not know Justice Kavanaugh or have any knowledge of the alleged incident.
"According to the news articles, Keyser reported that former FBI employee Monica McLean, whom Dr. Ford allegedly coached in a polygraph exam years earlier, and others contacted her to suggest she 'clarify' her account.
"Committee investigators continue to pursue this lead to determine whether McLean or others tampered with a critical witness."
On Friday, details emerged from the committee’s investigation, including the fact that a left-wing activist from Kentucky who claimed that Kavanaugh had raped her had later admitted that she made up her story.
The accuser, who was known only as "Jane Doe" during the hearings, admitted to investigators that she fabricated her allegations because she "wanted attention."
Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley revealed the woman has now been referred to the Justice Department for a criminal investigation over the false claims.
Two of Kavanaugh's accusers have so far been exposed to inventing their claims of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh.
"Creepy Porn Lawyer" Michael Avenatti is also being investigated for falsifying witness statements to make the judge appear guilty of the accusations.