Female lawyer Beth Wilkinson has been hired by Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh to take on the accusations about alleged sexual misconduct from 36 years ago. Wikipedia has this to say about attorney Wilkinson: Wilkinson is known for successfully arguing for the execution of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh. She has also been a critic of unfair administration of the death penalty. In April 2012 she was hired as outside counsel by the Federal Trade Commission to lead an antitrust inquiry into Google.
The fact that she is a female will solve a few issues as well, considering the circumstances.
As Written and Reported By Grace Carr for the Daily Caller:
Kavanaugh hired award winning lawyer Wilkinson of Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz to represent him according to multiple sources, CNN reported Monday.
Wilkinson has been lead counsel in over 50 jury trials and litigated scores of significant cases for the Army. She also played a major role in prosecuting the Oklahoma City bombers, according to her website.
She was named in 2015 as Litigator of the Year in addition to winning a number of other awards.
News of Wilkinson’s hiring comes after allegations that Kavanaugh tried to force himself on fellow high schooler Christine Blasey Ford when they were both minors. Ford now alleges that she “thought he might inadvertently kill me,” according to The Washington Post. “He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing.”
The allegations were first reported by The New Yorker Sept. 14. The woman’s name was reported on Sept. 16. Reports also indicate that multiple media outlets possessed this information as early as July, but did not release the information until California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein sent a letter to the FBI about the …..
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