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SEPTEMBER 30, 2018

     Is the FBI going to talk Judge out of two confessions that stated nothing happened?  A childhood friend of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh says he will cooperate with an FBI investigation or any law enforcement investigation that is done "confidentially to investigate" numerous claims of sexual assault. Mark Judge has seemingly found himself at the center of the Supreme Court debate. He is the man accused of watching and laughing while Kavanaugh, his classmate and close friend Kavanaugh, held a girl down and tried to remove her clothes at a party while they were all in high school. Both Judge and Kavanaugh have denied both Ford's allegations and those by a handful of other women.

     "I will cooperate with any law enforcement agency that is assigned to confidentially investigate these allegations," a signed letter by Judge states. The letter was sent to leadership on the Senate Judiciary Committee Friday after a dramatic vote on the panel with Jeff Flake, R-AZ, a deciding vote for Republicans, saying he would only vote to confirm Kavanaugh to the high court after a week delay and FBI investigation.

     Over the last two weeks, Democrats and Ford's attorneys have repeatedly called for Judge to be subpoenaed and questioned him under oath about the batch of allegations by women describing Kavanaugh assaulting them and his alleged drunken behavior. Judge has supplied a number of written statements to the Senate Judiciary Committee, including one Thursday evening after hearing Ford's emotional testimony before the panel.

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