Prosecutor: Blasey Ford's Witnesses "Refuted" or "Failed to Corroborate" Her Claims
Rachel Mitchell (shown on right), the veteran sex crimes prosecutor who questioned Christine Blasey Ford about her accusation against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, concluded that Ford‚Äôs account is too shaky to have opened a case against the judge. The Mitchell Memorandum can be read in its entirety here.
As well, she averred, ‚ÄúThe activities of congressional Democrats and Dr. Ford‚Äôs attorneys likely affected Dr. Ford‚Äôs account.‚ÄĚ
Mitchell‚Äôs highly detailed memorandum, dated September 30, dissects a cloudy, inconsistent, and sometimes contradictory story.
A ‚Äú‚Äėhe said, she said‚Äô case is incredibly difficult to prove," Mitchell wrote. ‚ÄúBut this case is even weaker than that. Dr. Ford identified other witnesses to the event, and those witnesses either refuted her allegations or failed to corroborate them.‚ÄĚ...
Hey Lurker and Tim, yes I am afraid you‚Äôre probably right. Things will only get worse as time goes on as Paul has said in one of his letters it is like birth pains as we get closer to the end times the more evil the world will get until the return of Jesus. People that are aware can sense this and are not caught unaware. The baby is born and the joy of the birth causes the pain to be forgotten. Keep your lamps burning Christian because the Bridegroom is coming soon for His Bride.
Dolores wrote: Lurker, on your last comment to Jim, we can say to all the Dems today after Kavanaugh is put on the Supreme Court.ūüėĀ Praise The Lord.
Hey sister Dolores,
Good to hear from you.
Yes, this most distasteful chapter in our nation's history has finally come to a close just the way God wanted it. But I fear Kavanaugh's swearing in will just become the opening paragraph of another chapter even uglier. The liberals and feminists are not going to ride off into the sunset quietly. And, of course, we can always count on Jim to cheer them on.
Fine Jim, last I heard it‚Äôs still a free country. I will always vote for the one I believe God wants me to. I don‚Äôt need links to tell me how wrong I am or who to believe because I have the Holy Spirit to guide me and that‚Äôs all I need. I have Pentecostal in-laws that‚Äôs Dems. My husband ‚Äės brother is a preacher in the strictest of the strict sect. How he can vote on the most liberal of the liberals Democratic Party and preach on makeup, long hair, dresses only for women with a straight face is beyond my understanding.No links to go to that proves my point, just plain God given common sense.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Lurker, it matters little if some of these professors are liberal or conservative. Their complaint wasn't about the political status of Brett Kavanaugh, it was about the way he expressed it amongst other things.
Lulu Ramadan wrote: Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens on Thursday said that high court nominee Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, who Stevens once lauded in one of his books, does not belong on the Supreme Court
Speaking to a crowd of retirees in Boca Raton, Stevens, 98, said Kavanaugh‚Äôs performance during a recent Senate confirmation hearing suggested that he lacks the temperament for the job....
excerpt from, "Retired Supreme Court Justice: Kavanaugh does not belong on high court"
[ https://tinyurl.com/yaprsnuc ]
It is sad what happened to Dr. Ford 30 years ago and now far as that goes. However, what happened to her in the past has faded from importance to decide if Brad Kavanagh should be on the Supreme Court or not.
Brett Kavanaugh's non-judicious testimony has led many people to conclude that he does not belong on the Supreme Court. The large number qualified people that has this conclusion has been completely by Republican Senators
Lurker, it matters little if some of these professors are liberal or conservative. Their complaint wasn't about the political status of Brett Kavanaugh, it was about the way he expressed it amongst other things.
Plain Old Tim wrote: Good point, Lurker. I seem to recall that there was a foreigner down in Egypt many years ago who was falsely accused of sexual assault but was nevertheless confirmed for a high government position.
Hmmm. Never thought of that, Doc, but Potifar's wife sure seems to be an apt figure of Christine Blasey Ford, pot hole digger (Phd). Thanks for bringing that up.
Oh.... btw, you may need to draw a picture for Jim to get it.
Jim Lincoln wrote: excerpt from, " More than 2,400 law professors urge senators to reject Kavanaugh " [ https://tinyurl.com/y92lcc7s ] It is a very short article and will not take long read at all. It also has nothing to do with the women such as Dr. Ford
Key word.... law "professors" from liberal academia?
Give it a rest, Jim. It'll all be over sometime tomorrow. Might want to stock up on dry hankies.
Hmmm...now, those 2400 law professors wouldn't also happen to be 2400 Democrats, would they? Keep Roe vs Wade intact, by any means necessary.
Amazing how much time, effort, and pinpoint focus is concentrated, like a laser beam, onto the continuation of mass infantcide, without restriction or reasoning of any sort. "I'm not finished having my fun yet...kill it." "Oops...we were drunk, and weren't thinking...haha...kill it." "Shoot, I wanted a girl...oh well...kill it."
Brent D. Griffith wrote: .... The letter concludes: ‚ÄúWe have differing views about the other qualifications of Judge Kavanaugh. But we are united, as professors of law and scholars of judicial institutions, in believing that he did not display the impartiality and judicial temperament requisite to sit on the highest court of our land.‚ÄĚ...
excerpt from, " More than 2,400 law professors urge senators to reject Kavanaugh "
[ https://tinyurl.com/y92lcc7s ]
It is a very short article and will not take long read at all. It also has nothing to do with the women such as Dr. Ford