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Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Sep 21, 2018
The woman who accused U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of attempted rape when they both were high school students has outlined conditions that must be met for her to testify, CBS News reports. Christine Blasey Ford’s attorneys say these conditions are for Ford to adequately prepare to testify, as well as to ensure her safety. Among the conditions are that Ford will not appear any sooner than next Thursday, only senators will be permitted to ask questions, and Ford and Kavanaugh will be allotted the same amount of time to talk. Her attorneys also requested that Mark Judge, the man Ford claims was a witness to the incident, be subpoenaed.