Kavanaugh Accuser Lawyer: She Wasn’t ‘Completely Convinced’ of the ‘Accuracy’ of Her Memories

‘So, that’s the only reason why she did the work with the attorney and spent the six days to make sure that information she did put forward was indeed accurate’

EXCERPT:

CLUNE: "Yes. It was not with me directly. It was with another attorney. But, you know, the interesting thing about Ms. Ramirez, is she is very, very careful and very deliberate, that she's not putting information out there. She realizes the gravity of the situation in which she's coming forward. So, she wanted to be very, very careful. It's 35 years old. She wanted to make sure that what she was actually going to be disclosing publicly was information that she could rely on and she could stand by and it was accurate. With the passage of time, you know, she went through those memories and there are some things she believed were probably true but she didn't disclose those because she wasn't completely convinced of their accuracy. So, that's the only reason why she did the work with the attorney and spent the six days to make sure that information she did put forward was indeed accurate."

Video files
Full
Compact
Audio files
Full
Compact
Similar stories
CNN: Susan Collins ‘Appalled’ By Trump’s Tweet Attacked Kavanaugh Accuser
Graham Rips NBC For Running Anonymous Fourth Kavanaugh Accuser: No Wonder People ‘Distrust You’
Tucker Carlson Guest Calls Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford a ‘Loon’
Hirono: Grassley’s Claim He’s Doing Everything to Contact Kavanaugh Accuser Is ‘Such Bullsh*t’
Megyn Kelly Debate on Kavanaugh Accuser Explodes: ‘She’s Not in Charge of the U.S. Senate!’