Capitol police, the assessment of strange E-Mails Rep. Jim Jordan, ex-wrestler Prosecutor sent

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Jordan argues that vehemently know of the Ohio State sexual abuse

To ignore the High-profile Republican Congressman accused, allegations, while coaching wrestling at the University; correspondent Ellison Barber reports what both sides say.

U.S. Capitol police check, which were sent to described as a strange E-Mails to Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, a former college wrestler, claimed that the legislature ignored sexual violence against students, when he trained at the Ohio State University more than two decades ago.

Jordan, R-Ohio, said initially on Wednesday, he got a strange E-Mails and send them to the Capitol Police. Fox News has learned that the police are now checking.

To check while the Capitol Police regularly, the allegations of threats against lawmakers, the specific details of these E-Mails remains unclear.

Fox News is told that an email sent in the predawn hours of the 4. July, was “the last straw” for Jordan.

But the Ex-wrestler, Michael DiSabato, told CNN that the idea that he is bullying Jordan “something ridiculous.”


DiSabato accused, Jordan accusations of alleged abuse by athletes, by Dr. Richard Strauss, who worked as the team doctor of the mid-1970s until the end of the 1990s.

Jordan has persistent, the claim is denied.

“Congressman Jordan’s never seen the abuse, never heard about a case of abuse, and had never reported any abuse to him during his time as a coach at Ohio State,” Ian Fury, a spokesman for Jordan, told Fox News earlier this week.

Fury continued, “Despite claims to the contrary, Congressman Jordan’s office has not received a request for an interview from the investigative team. We have asked that you send us the supposed communication, and remain ready to help in any way we can.”

DiSabato, who was one of the first victims, the abuse, prompted Ohio State to its own investigation, said he was disappointed by Jordan’s reaction.

“He knew, knew, and it is very disappointing that he know now denied, not once, but twice,” DiSabato said, according to the Dayton Daily News.

Fox News is told that Jordan was receiving E-Mails from the Prosecutor since March and had already forwarded such messages to his chief of staff and lawyer. It is unclear whether the Capitol police will take no action.

Fox News’ Andrew O ‘ Reilly, Judson Berger and Ellison Barber contributed to this report.

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