Attorney Michael Avenatti has multiple witnesses willing to testify that and Mark Judge participated in the drugging and gang raping of women at DC house parties in the 1980s.
Avenatti released his email to Mike Davis, Chief Counsel for Nominations for U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary which gave details on the new allegations:
My e-mail of moments ago with Mike Davis, Chief Counsel for Nominations for U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary. We demand that this process be thorough, open and fair, which is what the American public deserves. It must not be rushed and evidence/witnesses must not be hidden. pic.twitter.com/11XLZJBTtY
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) September 24, 2018
Here is the email:
Michael Avenatti Doesn’t Need The Senate Judiciary Committee
Michael Avenatti doesn’t have to wait for the Senate Judiciary Committee to open their process to his witnesses. Avenatti could hold a press conference tomorrow and go straight to the media. Avenatti has got multiple witnesses. Three women have come forward so far, but it is about to get so much worse for Republicans.
The new witnesses should be enough to sink Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination. If any of these gang rapes happened in Maryland, that state has no statute of limitations on rape and sexual assault.
This is information that must be delivered to the American people. Any other victims, witnesses, or representatives of these individuals can not sit by and let Chuck Grassley and the Republican men on the Senate Judiciary Committee push through the nomination of a potential sexual predator to the Supreme Court.
The time to act is now. If the Judiciary Committee doesn’t allow these witnesses to testify, then they have no other choice but to go public before Thursday’s scheduled hearing.
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