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Politics FBI completes interview with Kavanaugh friend Mark Judge, lawyer says

19:00  02 october  2018
19:00  02 october  2018 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

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In a statement on Tuesday, Mark Judge 's lawyer , Barbara Van Gelder, said : "Mr. Judge completed his FBI interview . We are not commenting on the questions the FBI asked Mr. Judge ." Judge is a friend and former classmate of Kavanaugh , who has been accused of sexual and physical assault by

Mark Judge , a high school classmate and friend of Brett Kavanaugh , has been interviewed by the FBI as part of its investigation into sexual assault allegations Van Gelder said Tuesday that Judge had completed his FBI interviews . Prior to his FBI interview , Judge ’s lawyer sent two letters to the

Mark Judge is outside a friends home in the seaside holiday village in south east Delaware.© Gabriel Pogrund/The Washington Post via Getty Images Mark Judge is outside a friends home in the seaside holiday village in south east Delaware.

The man who has been named as a witness to the alleged sexual assault incident between Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford in the early 1980s has completed his interview with the FBI.

In a statement on Tuesday, Mark Judge's lawyer, Barbara Van Gelder, said: "Mr. Judge completed his FBI interview. We are not commenting on the questions the FBI asked Mr. Judge."

Judge is a friend and former classmate of Kavanaugh, who has been accused of sexual and physical assault by Ford.

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Mark Judge , a high school friend of Brett Kavanaugh accused of witnessing the alleged sexual assault of Christine Blasey Ford, has completed his interview with the FBI . The FBI spoke with Judge on Monday, Judge 's attorney said .

Multiple reporters say that the FBI just finished the first part of a multi-stage interview with Mark Judge as part of their investigation into Brett Just in: Mark Judge has been interviewed by the FBI his lawyer says . But his interview is not completed . Also confirmed PJ Symth + Leland Keyser have

Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week that Kavanaugh sexually and physically assaulted her while they were at a house party in Maryland in 1982. Ford has said Judge was also in the bedroom during the incident.

Both Kavanaugh and Ford have denied the incident occurred.

After the two testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday, Republican Sen. Jeff Flake said that although he supported moving Kavanaugh's nomination out of the committee, the FBI had to investigate the allegations against Kavanaugh.

The White House then announced Friday afternoon that President Trump had ordered the FBI to open a supplemental background investigation into Kavanaugh.

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