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Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh: The allegations
Christine Blasey Ford has publicly Donald Trump ‘ s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault decades ago are accused of. A look at what she says and how top legislators respond.
A group of Harvard Law students have requested the school to push for an investigation into the sexual assault allegation against Brett Kavanaugh, before the Supreme Court nominee is teaching a winter class in the year 2019.
In an op-ed for The Harvard Law Record, four students which of the measures surveyed, if at all, Harvard Law School, you would go after Christine Blasey Ford, California, psychology professor, public Kavanaugh accused of sexually abused her in the 1980s.
Ford claimed Kavanaugh pinned her on a bed and tried to forcibly remove their clothes, when they were still teenagers at a house party in Maryland.
“Harvard Law School seriously, the credible allegation of Kavanuagh sexual assault against a young woman, before he is allowed to teach more among young women? Or Harvard will allow him to teach schoolchildren without further enquiry and more our tutoring pay him money?” Molly Coleman Vail Kohnert asked-Yount, Jake Meiseles and Sejal Singh.
The student argues that Kavanaugh’s new class, called “The Supreme court since 2005,” can not be “both women”, because the student choose to “self-select out of a class taught by a credibly accused sexual attacker.”
Kohnert-Yount said HuffPost, you would be one of those women, because they do not feel comfortable in his class. She said the Harvard Law School allowed him to teach, treated the students in a “very uncomfortable position, and due to that vulnerable people have to choose for yourself-you from an opportunity.”
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Kavanaugh, a federal appeals judge, has repeatedly denied the allegations against him. He said he is willing to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, to clear his name. President Trump has to offer to Ford to secure a police report, your statement.
“Unless a full and fair investigation is carried out, the Harvard Law School can’t allow Kavanaugh to teach to his students and the Senate cannot confirm him to the Supreme court,” the four students wrote.
The four students are part of the Pipeline, Parity project, a Harvard Law Organisation, whose goal is the elimination of discrimination and harassment in the legal field.
To distribute the members of the organization according to reports, buttons that say, “I Believe that Christine Blasey Ford” of the students, a tribute I Believe to the “Anita Hill” – worn buttons of their followers during judge Clarence Thomas’ Supreme Court confirmation.plan-
Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.