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Rachel Mitchell Memo Highlights Weaknesses In Ford Testimony, Exonerates Kavanaugh, by Tyler Durden

Based on what we’ve seen so far, if the Senate hearing were instead a courtroom, the case wouldn’t make it to a courtroom. No  prosecutor would touch Christine Ford’s wholly uncorroborated case with a ten-foot pole. From Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com:

Rachel Mitchell, the veteran sex crimes prosecutor who was chosen by the GOP to question Christine Ford and Brett Kavanaugh, sent a memo to Republican senators calling Ford’s allegations a “he said, she said” case that “is even weaker than that.”

In her 5-page memo (at the bottom of this article), Mitchell wrote that she was presenting her “independent assessment” of the allegations. She said this was based on her independent review of the evidence and her nearly 25 years of experience. She alleged in the document that “the activities of Congressional Democrats and Dr. Ford’s attorneys likely affected Dr. Ford’s account.”

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