WASHINGTON, D.C. (KWWL) – The Senate Judicial Committee raised allegations of the crime and sexual harassment of Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court.
The 414-page report was issued by Senator Iowa, Chuck Grassley, and came to the conclusion that there is no evidence to support Kavanaugh's allegations of justice.
"Following an extensive investigation involving a thorough review of likely credible evidence submitted by more than 40 people and interviews of allegations, including classmates and all concerned friends, the commission's investigators did not find the witnesses who could be proven evidence to support the claims against Kavanaugh Truth, in other words, there was no evidence to support the allegations of sexual assault on Kavanaugh's justice by the separate and extensive investigation of the committee and the FBI, "read the report.
Senator Grassley has issued a statement on the investigation of Justice Kavanaugh's past.
"The revelation of the latest allegations has tested the committee in a number of ways, but these investigative efforts have grown up for the occasion and were indispensable to the truth." This was a serious and thorough investigation that did not leave a break in the facts, "Grassley said. credible evidence to support the candidate against the candidate.
The full 414 page report is here.