Did Yale alumni emails – weeks ago – prompt ‘recollections’ by new Kavanaugh accuser?

Did Yale alumni emails – weeks ago – prompt ‘recollections’ by new Kavanaugh accuser?
Anti-Kavanaugh protest at Russell Senate Office Building, 24 Sep. Seattle Times video, YouTube

[Ed. – Good question. Emphasis in original.]

Here’s how the New Yorker described Deborah Ramirez’s journey towards speaking up:

Mark Krasberg, an assistant professor of neurosurgery at the University of New Mexico who was also a member of Kavanaugh and Ramirez’s class at Yale, said Kavanaugh’s college behavior had become a topic of discussion among former Yale students soon after Kavanaugh’s nomination. In one e-mail that Krasberg received in September, the classmate who recalled hearing about the incident with Ramirez alluded to the allegation and wrote that it “would qualify as a sexual assault,” he speculated, “if it’s true.”


After 35 years of uncertainty, within the span of six days, Ramirez somehow recovered her memories sufficiently to accuse a Supreme Court nominee of having sexually assaulted her. And coincidentally, this memory recovery appeared to happen only after her classmates had begun emailing about Kavanaugh’s time at Yale following his nomination this summer.

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