NY Times 'Bar Fight' Reporter Opposed Kavanaugh in July

"At the time the report was taken, the victim did not provide detectives with the location of the incident or suspect description", the police department said in a statement, noting that the case has been reopened with new details. His friend Chris Dudley then allegedly threw a glass that hit a 21-year-old man in the ear, according to a witness. Ludington remembers the incident as being started after Kavanaugh threw a beer at the man, but regardless of what was thrown, the fight culminated with the man, then 21-year-old Dom Cozzolino, going to the hospital after former National Basketball Association player Chris Dudley threw a glass at Cozzolino's ear, causing it to bleed.

The Times also noted that the event appears to have been alluded to by Chad Ludington, one of the nominee's Yale classmates.

The White House had questioned the Times' motivation in writing the story because one of its authors, Emily Bazelon, criticized Kavanaugh in July after he was nominated to the court by President Donald Trump.

"The person sometimes being described in the press is not the Brett Kavanaugh that I have known as a good friend for 35 years", Dudley's statement read. Ludington said he often saw Kavanaugh "staggering from alcohol consumption", and said he often became "belligerent and aggressive" while drinking. This was the hearing during which Kavanaugh tried to downplay his past drinking habits while denying the multiple sexual misconduct allegations that have been made against him.


As the FBI investigates claims of sexual assault levelled against the controversial Supreme Court nominee in the wake of his Senate testimony last week, one of his Yale classmates is alleging that Kavanaugh's sworn testimony that he never drank enough to black out is not entirely accurate. I was with Brett frequently in college, whether it be in the gym, in class or socializing.

"Those are fundamental values we try to instill in our students".

Hartman said Tuesday that there is no supplemental report on the alleged 1985 incident, adding that it occurred at "a local bar that no longer exists, and unfortunately everyone who was involved from the police end has retired decades ago". "We're a college town, lots of bars, lots of establishments that serve liquor".


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