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She said, he said


October 11, 2018

SHE SAID that the most hurtful part of the sexual assault was the sound of the laughter of the two young men assaulting her.

HE SAID he didn't do it, but was not willing to talk with investigators. He claimed that she was a part of a conspiracy to keep him from being appointed to the Supreme Court.

THEY SAID they believed him without proof.

HE WROTE that he was sorry for his angry outburst, spouting about a conspiracy, and lack of judicial temperament while testifying before the committee.

THEY PLOWED AHEAD with preparations for a vote, while survivors of sexual assault protested and prayed...

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