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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh

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4 hours ago, tvc184 said:

In TX and probably all other states, it is a crime to make a false report of a crime. 

I think that is why accusers in such cases like this did not and will not report the claimed incident to the police. If they do and later admitted or it could be proven that the accusation was false, that person  ct then be prosecuted. 

That makes sense. A report to the police 30 odd years ago would have been on a local level, so I don't understand the shy victim angle. If no one would believe her then, why would they believe her 30 years later? Anyone rape my wife, she would spend the rest of her days convicting him.... Immediately, if not sooner.

I think if it was not reported to begin with, it should not have any less effect being disproven, especially given the magnitude of Kavanaugh being "tried" in front of God and the entire world.

What I'm trying to say is that had she lied to police to begin with, I understand the consequences. I think lying to Congress should carry the same weight, if not more.

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18 minutes ago, baddog said:

That makes sense. A report to the police 30 odd years ago would have been on a local level, so I don't understand the shy victim angle. If no one would believe her then, why would they believe her 30 years later? Anyone rape my wife, she would spend the rest of her days convicting him.... Immediately, if not sooner.

I think if it was not reported to begin with, it should not have any less effect being disproven, especially given the magnitude of Kavanaugh being "tried" in front of God and the entire world.

What I'm trying to say is that had she lied to police to begin with, I understand the consequences. I think lying to Congress should carry the same weight, if not more.

Lying to Congress is perjury and a crime because the person is under oath. 

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9 minutes ago, tvc184 said:

Lying to Congress is perjury and a crime because the person is under oath. 

True, and she should be thrown under the jail. She made her case to the world after not being able to bring it to local police. How patriotic of her to bring her "accusations" up at such an opportune time.  I didn't believe one word she said. 

I appreciate all your input. You have a knowledge of actual "law" that most of us don't.

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7 minutes ago, baddog said:

True, and she should be thrown under the jail. She made her case to the world after not being able to bring it to local police. How patriotic of her to bring her "accusations" up at such an opportune time.  I didn't believe one word she said. 

I appreciate all your input. You have a knowledge of actual "law" that most of us don't.

They need to take those senators that pushed this with her.  Especially the one from Houston.  Still would be interesting to know what was in the envelope she passed to Ford's lawyer.

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