A former Navy SEAL who said he was a victim of sexual assault at age 11, Carl Higbie, told Newsmax TV he did not find Christine Blasey Ford's testimony credible because she could not remember how she got home after the alleged assault.
"This is a very difficult thing for me to watch it, and when I was 11 years old I was a victim of sexual assault, and I remember every detail right down to how I got there, how I got home," Higbie told "America Talks Live."
"It's a very difficult thing in I don't find her credible, because at first she says she can't fly because she's terrified of flying but then she flies all over the world on vacations."
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Higbie was referring to Ford's testimony she was 20 minutes from her childhood home and could not recall how she got home from the home of the alleged attack, where she called a stumbling drunk Brett Kavanaugh, then 17 years old, sexual assaulted her in front of his childhood friend Mark Judge.
Higbie had tweeted earlier this week: "Remember when u were INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILY? As a victim of sexual assault myself:
- From 25 years ago I recall every vivid detail, why don't they?
- For every accuser, a dozen say otherwise.
- Burden of proof beyond reasonable doubt is on a accuser, not accused
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