The Creepy Porno Lawyer is back in the news!
But this time I think you’ll enjoy it.
You see, the tide has turned against him and things are starting to go badly. Very badly.
At the core of a lawyer’s values is supposed to be ethics.
Lawyers are officers of the court, and are supposed to abide by a strict standard of ethics. In fact, the Code of Ethics governing attorneys is very detailed.
But you don’t have to dig real deep into the Code to find what the Creepy Porno Lawyer ALLEGEDLY violated.
No, that one is pretty simple. It also happens to be the 8th Commandment: “Don’t Lie”.
God thought it was so imporant he put it in his Top 10.
But Avenatti may have broken this one badly, according to recent reports.
Here's more on the story, from TheDailyCaller:
A woman who Michael Avenatti claimed backed his client Julie Swetnick’s allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has recanted her story and is accusing Avenatti, a potential 2020 presidential hopeful, of “twisting” her words.
The saga is laid out in a new report from NBC News, which interviewed Swetnick on Oct. 1, days after Avenatti released a sworn declaration in which she accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct in the 1980s.
In an effort to bolster Swetnick’s allegations, Avenatti put NBC reporters in touch with the second woman for a phone interview on Sept. 30. He published her sworn declaration on Twitter on Oct. 2.
But according to NBC, the woman’s statements during the Sept. 30 interview were inconsistent with the declaration published by Avenatti.
The report comes in the wake of Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley referring Avenatti and Swetnick to the Justice Department and FBI for an investigation into whether they conspired to make false statements to Congress regarding Kavanaugh.
Sen. Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa), committee chairman, left, and Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), ranking member, at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing with Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh on Thursday, September 27, 2018 on Capitol Hill. Melina Mara/Pool via REUTERS
Grassley cited Swetnick’s NBC News interview as an example of her back tracking on her initial claims about Kavanaugh.
In a sworn declaration provided to the committee through Avenatti on Sept. 26, Swetnick alleged that Kavanaugh spiked drinks at parties in the 1980s where girls were gang raped.
Swetnick claimed that Kavanaugh and his friend, Mark Judge, purposely caused girls “to become inebriated and disoriented so they could then be ‘gang raped’ in a side room or bedroom by a ‘train’ of boys.”
Swetnick also claimed that she saw Kavanaugh, who was in high school at the time of the alleged incidents, groping and mistreating girls at the parties. She said she saw Kavanaugh waiting in line to gang rape girls.
Kavanaugh vehemently denied the allegations, as well as claims of sexual misconduct from two other women they said he knew in high school and college. The conservative judge was confirmed to the Supreme Court on Oct. 6.
Swetnick and Avenatti claimed that witnesses would back up her allegations. Under pressure to produce those witnesses, Avenatti put NBC in contact with the second woman.
In her Oct. 2 declaration, the woman said: “During the years 1981-82, I witnessed firsthand Brett Kavanaugh, together with others, ‘spike’ the ‘punch’ at house parties I attended with Quaaludes and/or grain alcohol. I understood this was being done for the purpose of making girls more likely to engage in sexual acts and less likely to say ‘No.'”
She also claimed that Kavanaugh was “overly aggressive and verbally abusive to girls. This conduct included inappropriate physical contact with girls of a sexual nature.”
But according to NBC News, the woman said in her Sept. 30 phone interview that she “didn’t ever think it was Brett” who spiked punch at parties.
The woman also told reporters that she did not know Swetnick in high school. They became friends when they were in their 30s, she said. The woman also said that, though she knew who Kavanaugh was in high school, she never saw him behave inappropriate towards girls.
Two days after Avenatti published the woman’s declaration, she told NBC that “it is incorrect that I saw Brett spike the punch. I didn’t see anyone spike the punch…I was very clear with Michael Avenatti from day one.”
Breitbart confirms NBC News had the story during the controversial confirmation hearings but didn't run it:
To make matters worse, we now know NBC News withheld crucial information that undermined the allegations made by Swetnick, the Avenatti client who accused a high school-aged Kavanaugh of spiking punch bowls at house parties so he and his buddies could engage in serial rapes.
And we know NBC deliberately withheld this crucial information because NBC is now admitting it had this information all the way back on September 30.
On September 30, a week prior to Kavanaugh’s confirmation, during the most intense days of this scandal, when Kavanaugh’s confirmation was still very much in doubt, here is what NBC did not want the public to know…
If you recall, although he withheld the name, Avenatti tweeted out a sworn statement from a woman who backed up Swetnick’s outrageous rape allegations. In her statement, this second woman swore that she, too, had witnessed Kavanaugh spike punch bowls and take sexual advantage of girls.
Well, unbeknownst to us, NBC interviewed this anonymous witness on September 30, and she recanted!
But only now is NBC News bothering to report this bombshell:
Referring to Kavanaugh spiking the punch, “I didn’t ever think it was Brett,” the woman said to reporters in a phone interview arranged by Avenatti on Sept. 30 after repeated requests to speak with other witnesses who might corroborate Swetnick’s claims.
When asked in the phone interview if she ever witnessed Kavanaugh act inappropriately towards girls, the woman replied, “no.”
Wait, it gets worse…
On October 3, NBC News again spoke to this woman, and this time, she all but accused Avenatti of fabricating her statement:
[R]eached by phone independently from Avenatti on Oct. 3, the woman said she only “skimmed” the declaration. After reviewing the statement, she wrote in a text on Oct. 4 to NBC News: “It is incorrect that I saw Brett spike the punch. I didn’t see anyone spike the punch…I was very clear with Michael Avenatti from day one.”
When pressed about abusive behavior towards girls, she wrote in a text: “I would not ever allow anyone to be abusive in my presence. Male or female.”
And now, we come to the grand conclusion…
When asked about the total contradiction between his client’s sworn statement and what she told NBC, after it no longer matters, NBC now informs us, “At one point, in an apparent effort to thwart the reporting process, [Avenatti] added in the phone call, “How about this, on background, it’s not the same woman. What are you going to do with that?”
So Avenatti’s witness, the woman he brought forward to bolster Swetnick’s serial rape claim, totally recanted to NBC News, and NBC News hid this news until now.
Moreover, NBC News believed Kavanaugh’s chief tormentor — Avenatti — was attempting to “thwart the reporting process,” and NBC also chose to hide this information until long after it mattered.
So what we have here is an NBC News eager to publish completely unfounded allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh while at the same time hiding vitally important information that would have helped to clear Kavanaugh at the most crucial time of this scandal.
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