1. Swetnick reported her allegations in the 80s.
2. Swetnick swore under penalty of perjury.
3. Swetnick agreed to take a polygraph.
4. Swetnick offered to talk to the FBI (a felony if she lies).
5. Swetnick offered names of corroborating witnesses.
6. Swetnick's account of Kavanaugh's drunken aggressiveness is corroborated.
7. Swetnick's claim he drank more than beer is corroborated.
8. Swetnick's claim of rape—not by Kavanaugh—was reported to police.
Here are the pending issues:
9. Media are awaiting copies of her 1980s report of a gang-rape from police.
10. Swetnick named the officer who took her report, but he has since died.
11. Media are still trying to track down people Swetnick said attended these parties.
1. Swetnick says she briefly met Kavanaugh—but *doesn't* say he'd remember her.
2. Swetnick *doesn't* claim to have been part of Kavanaugh's social circle.
3. Swetnick *doesn't* allege Kavanaugh or Judge raped her.
4. Swetnick *doesn't* say she saw Kavanaugh/Judge rape anyone.
5. Swetnick *doesn't* say she saw Kavanaugh/Judge have sex.
6. Swetnick *doesn't* say she has direct evidence Kavanaugh/Judge spiked alcohol.
1. She heard a rumor.
2. She saw Kavanaugh/Judge by the punch bowl.
3. Kavanaugh was giving punch he'd poured to women.
4. She believes that her own punch was spiked.
5. She says she saw Kavanaugh and Judge lingering around doorways with other boys at several parties, and she believes that inside those doorways intoxicated women—who may have drunk spiked alcohol—were being raped.