WASHINGTON – The FBI is allowed only to the allegations investigate of Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez against Brett Kavanaugh, president Donald Trumps candidate for the U.s. supreme court. According to NBC News, the White House, the FBI is allowed to use the allegations of Julie Swetnick to investigate.
Swetnick came this week with allegations that Kavanaugh sexual behaviour showed during his school. He took part in the attempts girls drunk, to carry them afterwards to abuse it.
The White House, would the federal police also have a list given of which witnesses may be heard. Insiders told NBC News that the instructions are a serious limitation of the research. They fear that it will be difficult to find any new clues to investigate.
The Senate committee on Justice voted Friday for the candidacy of Kavanaugh, but he also responds to the desire of senator Jeff Flake to the federal police command for further investigation. The FBI has a week. Then be decided by the full Senate on the nomination of Kavanaugh.