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The high school friend of judge Brett Kavanaugh, whose name has been dragged in the allegations leveled against the Supreme court nominee told by several women, on Friday, he would.of law enforcement investigation, the “confidential” of the probe, the allegations that he “categorically denied”
In a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and ranking member Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., Friday, Mark judge, denied the latest round of accusations were brought against him, and Kavanaugh Julie Swetnick client of Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti.
Swetnick defendants Kavanaugh and judge of the unwanted sexual advances at women, while at parties in high school in the early 1980s, drugging the punch at parties, and participation in “gang raped” and “train raped.” Swetnick claims she is a victim of rape, and said that both judges and Kavanaugh were there to observe the incident.
“In response to the Committee the request for the information, I, MARK JUDGE, declare: The allegations in the Swetnick affidavit are so bizarre that, even while your of my addiction, I would remember the actions so far-fetched. I categorically deny,” judge, a former alcoholic, stated in the letter.
“I don’t know, Julie Swetnick,” he continued. “I can’t remember the parties during 1981-1983, when I fondled or grabbed women in an aggressive or unwanted manner.”
The judge went on to say that he will “never get a Spike-punch, someone drunk or confused.”
“I’ve seen Brett Kavanaugh spike-punch,” wrote the judge. “I have never dealt, in any rape of a woman, including women’s Swetnick.”
The judge said he enforcement would “cooperation with a criminal, is assigned a confidential investigation of these allegations,” the statement signed “under penalty of crime.”
Another Kavanaugh Prosecutor, Christine Blasey Ford, testified on Capitol Hill before the Committee on Thursday, and claimed that Kavanaugh, while at a high school party 36 years ago, remember her down and tried to remove her clothes. Ford claims that the judge was in the room, and jumped on them on the bed.
Judge, most recently on Thursday, denied Ford’s allegations, to support the exchange of personal information, to his desire to stay out of the public eye.
“We have told the Committee that I can’t comment on would like to make about these events publicly. As an alcoholic and a cancer survivor, I have struggled with depression and anxiety,” the judge wrote in a letter to the Committee Thursday. To speak “as a result, I avoid the public.”
He added: “I can not remember the events described by Dr. Ford, in her testimony before the U.S. Senate judiciary Committee today. I was still never act on the Board in the manner Dr. Ford describes.”
Kavanaugh vehemently denied the accusations of a ride leveled against him by Ford, and Swetnick on the Thursday before the Committee. Another woman, Deborah Ramirez, claimed that, while they were freshmen at Yale University, Kavanaugh, sat down to her at a dorm party. Kavanaugh has also this claim is denied.
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Friday recommended a vote in the affirmative to Kavanaugh’s nomination to the full Senate for a vote, which has requested a delay of a week-long FBI investigation of the allegations.
“The Senate judiciary Committee with the request that the administration instruct the FBI to read the implementation of a complementary background investigation with respect to the appointment of judges Brett Kavanaugh, an Associate Justice of the Supreme court,” the Committee statement. “The additional FBI background investigation is limited to the current credible allegations of the worthy against the nomination and must be completed no later than a week from today.”
If the Committee request is fulfilled, the FBI additional probe is completely Oct next Friday. 5
Friday afternoon, President Trump said he would leave “” on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Fox News’ Mike Emanuel contributed to this report.
Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.