A Sundance documentary, Justice, dives deep into the sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and shed light over the depth of FBI’s 2018 investigation.
Debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, the show sold-out as the theatre was surrounded by armed guards.
Created by Doug Liman, the film was made in intense secrecy as it looks into the allegations made by Deborah Ramirez, a fellow Yale classmate, among many, in a 2018 New Yorker article where she alleged that in 1983 the SCJ pulled his pants down and thrust his genitalia at her.
In October 2018, Kavanaugh was confirmed as the 114th member of the United States Supreme Court by a slim margin of 50-48, following a painful discussion about sexual misconduct.
He vehemently refuted Christine Blasey Ford's allegations that he sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers.
Many others mentioned in the movie, including Kavanaugh and several of Ramirez's alleged associates, either remained silent or never spoke when asked a question about the matter.
In particular, Justice presents harsh criticism of the FBI probe that followed the hearings as the filmmakers discovered that 4,500 tips sent to the tipline went unanswered thanks to FOIA requests.