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Experts: Why Kavanaugh Accusers' Memories May Be Altered, Contaminated

President Donald Trump meets with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in July. [Reuters/Jim Bourg]

By    |   Thursday, 27 September 2018 10:50 AM

Mark Judge, the Washington, D.C., author and freelance writer, insists he has no recollection of a 36-year-old assault involving Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford. But he also admits to drinking so heavily during his years at Georgetown Prep that he experienced blackouts.

Memory experts says the combined effects of alcohol, trauma, and time may have rendered Judge incapable of clearly remembering what happened when he was under the influence of alcohol. But those same factors could affect the memories of others involved in the case as well -- Kavanaugh’s accusers all concede they were drinking as well.  

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Mark Judge, the Washington, D.C., author and freelance writer, insists he has no recollection of a 36-year-old assault involving Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford. But he also admits to drinking so heavily during his years at...
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