deborah ramirez

The FBI interviewed just nine people about the Supreme Court nominee. This isn't what a thorough investigation looks like.
Dozens of people “with potential information" into the allegations against Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh reportedly tried -- and failed -- to speak to the FBI.
“It is inconceivable that the FBI could conduct a thorough investigation of Dr. Ford’s allegations without interviewing her, Judge Kavanaugh, or the witnesses we have identified in our letters to you," her attorneys said.
New text messages suggest the Supreme Court nominee and his lawyers contacted old classmates in an effort to discredit Deborah Ramirez, NBC reports.
The agency reportedly won't be allowed to look into another allegation from Kavanaugh's high school days.
But lawyers for the Supreme Court nominee's alleged victim Deborah Ramirez said they repeatedly tried to speak to committee members, to no avail.
“It’s the same as saying, ‘I couldn’t have robbed that bank, I’m a virgin,’” the late-night host said.
"Feels like there's a lot of game-playing" by GOP senators, said the lawyer representing a woman who has accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.
The Supreme Court Nominee seemingly thinks that virgins can’t commit sexual assault.
The New Yorker journalist said Deborah Ramirez told him "she wants to be fair to Brett Kavanaugh."
Deborah Ramirez claims Brett Kavanaugh stuck his penis in her face at a party when they were both at Yale University.
The Supreme Court nominee denied the latest allegation, calling it a "smear, plain and simple."