Wednesday, 03 October 2018

Former D.C. Weatherman: Kavanaugh Accuser Swetnick Was a Kinky Sexual Aggressor

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The credibility of Julie Swetnick, who accused U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of gang rape, might have suffered another blow on Tuesday with the statement of a once-prominent weatherman.

A signed statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee from the award-winning meteorologist says Swetnick, who claims the judge and his friends gang-raped girls after drugging them or plying them with alcohol, was sexually aggressive and partial to group sex.

The committee released the letter yesterday, further casting doubt on Swetnick’s fantastic claims about Kavanaugh.

Sexually Aggressive Swetnick
Dennis Ketterer, who formerly worked for WJLA in Washington, D.C., claims he met Swetnick in 1993 at a bar. Swetnick approached him, he wrote, “alone, quite beautiful, well-dressed and no drink in hand.”

Ketterer thought she might be a prostitute because he “weighed 350 lbs so what would someone like her want with me?” Though the couple didn’t leave together that night, “over the next couple of weeks we met at what I believed and still believe was Julie’s place. From the beginning Julie knew I was married and that I was having marital issues.”

Swetnick, he wrote, was “very sexually aggressive with me,” but Ketterer “wasn't ready to make the jump” into the sack. But they did discuss “sexual preferences”:

Things got derailed when Julie told me that she liked to have sex with more than one guy at a time. In fact sometimes with several at one time. She wanted to know if that would be ok in our relationship.

I asked her if this was just a fantasy of hers. She responded that she first tried sex with multiple guys while in high school and still liked it from time-to-time. She brought it up because she wanted to know if I would be interested in that.

A.I.D.S. was a huge issue at the time. And I had children. Due to her having a directly stated penchant for group sex, I decided not to see her anymore. It put my head back on straight. That was the last conversation we had.

Ketterer also claimed that “he tried to reach out to Swetnick when he decided to run for Congress in 1996, thinking she could help him with his primary campaign ‘because of her personality, great smile and good looks.’ When he called her father to get Swetnick’s number, Ketterer claims, her father said she had psychological problems.”

Beyond that, Ketterer wrote, “Julie never said anything about being sexually assaulted, raped, gang-raped or having sex against her will. She never mentioned Brett Kavanaugh in any capacity.”

That was the last he heard of Swetnick — until she published her claim of gang rape against Kavanaugh with the help of porn lawyer Michael Avenatti.

On September 26, “when Julie's name was mentioned as the accuser, and due to the type of accusation,” Ketterer wrote, “I was deeply troubled and felt a moral dilemma. Do I reach out and tell the truth of what I knew and risk family relationships, or remain silent.”

Continued the weatherman, who says he, too, is a sexual victim and also was accused of something he didn’t do: “I had to explain to my wife of three years what had happened 25 years ago, before we met and long before we were married. I explained my situation and she said she knew that if I didn't do the right thing, I couldn't live with myself.”

After speaking to a pastor, and “after much thought and frankly tears of remorse, I decided to be forthcoming with what I knew first-hand.”

“As I watched part of the afternoon confirmation hearing the next day, and saw Mrs. Kavanaugh looking so sad,” he wrote, “I felt that she needed to know that in this instance, her husband was being mischaracterized.”

“My heart still feels heavy, for me as well as Julie and the Kavanaughs,” Ketterer wrote. “That said, based on my direct experience with Julie, I do not believe her allegations against Mr. Kavanaugh.”

Predictably, Avenatti claims that Ketterer's story is “complete garbage” and that the GOP “must be truly desperate.”

Shakedowns and Tax Liens
Swetnick’s credibility has been a problem almost from the minute she surfaced with a claim that Kavanaugh was a criminal genius who, with friends, ran drug- and alcohol-fueled parties “nearly every weekend during the school year.”

Swetnick claimed she saw Kavanaugh and his friends spike punch and commit multiple gang rapes. Yet inexplicably, she repeatedly went to these parties until she was gang-raped herself. But then Swetnick admitted she did not actually see Kavanaugh spike punch or join a gang rape. She also said she cannot say Kavanaugh participated in her own gang rape.

Aside from having to satisfy major tax liens, she tried to force a settlement out of the Washington, D.C., metro system for a supposed injury. She also settled a sexual harassment claim with New York Life. A former employer sued her on multiple grounds, citing a false sexual harassment claim and a falsified résumé.

Image: screenshot from YouTube video of Dennis Ketterer

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