Times says it was wrong to have writer on Kavanaugh story

Liz Swisher a former Yale classmate of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh alleges he lied under oath to the Senate Judiciary Committee

In addition to citing Kavanaugh as a potential instigator of the fight, the police report also placed Kavanaugh's former friend and classmate, Chris Dudley, in the heart of the altercation.

Just when you thought the chaos surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh couldn't get any weirder, UB40 gets added to the mix. It happened after Kavanaugh attended a concert by the group UB40 in September 1985 in New Haven, Connecticut, where his college, Yale University, is located.

The White House sent out a statement from Dudley, a former National Basketball Association player, supporting Kavanaugh on Monday, where he said he never saw the Supreme Court nominee blackout while at Yale.

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That tweet drew the attention of a number of critics who contended Bazelon's opposition to Kavanaugh presented a conflict of interest for The Times. Cozzolino declined to give a comment to The New York Times regarding the report, and has not released any statement on the matter. According to Ludington, Kavanaugh and his friends mistook a man at the bar for the band's lead singer. The man told the three to stop looking at him and Kavanaugh flung his beer, Ludington said, starting a brawl. I was with Brett frequently in college, whether it be in the gym, in class or socializing. I never ever saw Brett blackout. 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. She said she was "100 percent" sure Kavanaugh did it, while Kavanaugh swore he has "never sexually assaulted anyone". "The person they are trying to describe would not be able to function day to day". The paper said, in retrospect, it should have assigned a newsroom reporter to the story but said it stood behind its veracity.

In a follow-up tweet, the Yale Law Schooler lecturer wrote: "Those are fundamental values we try to instill in our students". "We're a college town, lots of bars, lots of establishments that serve liquor".