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Dozens of protesters were arrested, saying outside the Supreme court, police

Fans of Christine Blasey Ford demonstrate in front of the Supreme Court on Thursday.

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Dozens of protesters were arrested outside the Supreme Court on Thursday, says the police, on the same day, court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, who accused him of sexual assault have been, and testify on Capitol Hill.

In around 57 people were arrested and participation in law accused of illegal demonstration, charged with crowding, disability, or incommoding, Capitol Police Communications Director Eva Malecki said.

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Two others also taken into custody were charged with crossing a police line, Malecki added.

Kavanaugh, President Trump, the candidate for a place on the nation’s highest court, was accused by three separate women from acts of sexual misconduct. On Thursday, the Ford Committee to spell out their particular accusations appeared before the Senate judiciary. Kavanaugh followed, delivering a fierce rebuttal, and deny all the accusations, the questioning by the panel.

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Ford claims that Kavanaugh is forced on you, when you were a high school student in the 1980s.

Fox News’ Ellison Barber contributed to this report.

 

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