Prosecutor Prosecutor Brett M. Kavanaugh admitted this week that she was holding on to her treacherous tale of rape in the backseat. He said it was "a tactic" to try to falsify the judge's affirmation before the Supreme Court.
Sen. Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Judiciary Committee, revealed the fraud in a letter to the FBI and the Justice Department on Friday asking him to prosecute Judy Munro-Leighton for lying and obstructing the congress.
Mr. Grassley said Ms. Munro-Leighton was a left-wing activist who abducted another anonymous "Jane Doe" report about a background rape, describing her as her own story, calling her a "malicious attack".
"I'm Jane Doe from Oceanside CA Kavanaugh raped me," Ms. Munro-Leighton wrote in an October 3 email claiming to have been a victim of the judge.
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Mr. Grassley's investigators tried to reach her for a month, but were unsuccessful until this week, when she phoned her on the phone, admitting that she was not the original Jane Doe, and "this as a way of paying attention to excite. "
She admitted the wrong allegation and said she'd never met Justice Kavanaugh.
"I was angry and sent it out," she told the investigators.
"In short, during the committee's time-critical investigation of allegations against Judge Kavanaugh, Ms. Munro-Leighton made a false claim that diverted the committee's resources," Mr. Grassley wrote. When questioned by committee investigators, she admitted it was wrong, a "trick" and a "tactic." She was against Judge Kavanaugh's approval. "
President Trump seized the report on Saturday, calling it "a vicious prosecutor."
"What about the others, where are the Dems?" He demanded via Twitter.
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Mr. Grassley has previously asked the FBI to investigate Julie Swetnick and her lawyer, the anti-Trump crusader Michael Avenatti, for lied and disabled Congress. Ms. Swetnick had originally claimed to have been the victim of gang rapes involving Justice Kavanaugh during high school parties. She said she had seen him and a friendly spike punch that the girls could not fight back. Later, she changed her story to say she saw Justice Kavanaugh and his friend near a punch bowl and could not see that they were actually part of a rape.
None of the witnesses she told NBC could confirm her story could do so.
In fact, NBC found a woman who, despite a sworn statement supporting Ms. Swetnick, told the network that Mr. Avenatti was twisting her words.
Justice Kavanaugh's confirmation process was delayed while the committee investigated a series of allegations of sexual assault and harassment, none of which has been documented by public evidence.
He vehemently denied all claims.
He was confirmed even though only one Democrat stood by his side with all but one Republican.