washington - The hearing on alleged sexual misconduct by Chief Prosecutor Brett Kavanaugh began in Washington with great interest. Both Kavanaugh and his accuser Christine Blasey Ford are speaking.
Kavanaugh, who can be appointed for life as chief judge, has been accused by several women of cross-border behavior. Only Kavanaugh himself and Blasey testify Thursday for the Senate Committee. The Republican senators in that body have engaged a specialized female prosecutor to ask her questions.
The opening statement of Blasey is already known according to American media. She will stress it as her 'civic duty' to see to testify against Kavanaugh, who would have pushed her on a bed during a party in 1982. There he would have touched her in a drunken mood and tried to take off her clothes. Kavanaugh denies all accusations.