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Kavanaugh Prosecutor’s lawyer: Sexual misconduct allegations must be investigated by the FBI

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A lawyer for the second woman to publicly accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, said Tuesday evening that the FBI must investigate the allegations of his client, Deborah Ramirez.

John Clune’, in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, said the allegations, Ramirez argued, must be examined by law enforcement officials, rather than legislators on the Senate judiciary Committee.

“This must be done by the FBI…with the threat of perjury. Our client is willing to do that. I would be very interested to see what witnesses, judge Kavanaugh actually remains still…to do if you would be willing to give the same Deborah Ramirez’s attorney, John Clune ‘https://t.co/lAiz171zy2 pic.twitter.com/iaL41SdSt8”

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“This must be examined by sensible law enforcement. This is not something that can be said to be done by the Senate,” Clune ‘. “This must be done by the FBI, which may investigate the matter, with the penalty of perjury. Our client is willing to do that.”

Ramirez, in a piece published by The New Yorker on Sunday, claiming that Kavanaugh, sat down next to her at a party while they were students at Yale University 35 years ago — a claim that has been denied, the judge and the so-called “smear”.”

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Her accusation came days after Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, a former high school classmate of Kavanaugh, the judge said handle sexually on her when they were teenagers.

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Cooper raised concerns about Ramirez’s allegations, specifically, that it is noted by Ramirez lasted, as in the article — “to rate six days, carefully in their memories, and consultation with your lawyer,” before they felt comfortable, to come foward to the name Kavanaugh.

Clune said that while he was not represented Ramirez at this time, he has come to their knowledge as “very, very careful and very aware of” in their effort to exactly the situations, remember that you claim happened in the University.

Ramirez wanted to “make sure that what she was just told to reveal to the public the information that you could rely on, and that you could stand, and that was right,” Cooper, that Ramirez “is probably the most careful and conscientious client that I represented ever.”

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“She is very adamant that they are going to give us information that you don’t have to actually remember and do not think that it said something that you can rely on,” Clune ‘. Claims, to clarify that Ramirez, the consultation with other people, your memories, Clune ‘ argues, “only smart investigation to ensure that you do not remember things inaccurately, or by the passage of time.”

Earlier on Twitter, Clune,’ said Ramirez wants to give a sworn statement to the FBI regarding their allegations and said the Senate judiciary Committee has so far “refused to for all your scheduled appointments.”

He while the Republicans said that during a previously scheduled telephone conversation with the Committee, only Democrats showed up for the call.

“We have formally requested an FBI investigation and the customer remains adamant that the appropriate place for you to discuss your trauma,” Clune ‘ tweeted.

Kavanaugh and Ford are scheduled to testify before the Committee on Thursday, and on Friday postponed a vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Nicole Darrah cover breaking and trending news for FoxNews.com. You can follow her on Twitter @nicoledarrah.

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