Revealed: Evidence Against Brett Kavanaugh in Top-Secret Sundance Documentary

A new documentary premiering at the Sundance Film Festival has brought renewed attention to the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Titled “Justice,” the documentary reveals evidence that has been kept secret until now, and has prompted calls for the FBI to reopen its investigation into the allegations.

The documentary is said to contain interviews with witnesses to Kavanaugh’s alleged misconduct, as well as “damning” new allegations against the Justice. It also includes interviews with legal and political experts, who argue that the FBI should have conducted a more thorough investigation into the allegations before Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court.

The filmmakers behind “Justice” have kept the documentary top-secret until now, but reviews from those who have seen it are overwhelmingly positive. IndieWire called the documentary “a compelling and damning portrait of a man who should never have been confirmed to the Supreme Court,” while The Daily Beast said it “presents a powerful case for a new investigation into Kavanaugh’s conduct.”

The documentary has sparked renewed calls for the FBI to reopen its investigation into the allegations against Kavanaugh. Whether or not the FBI will take action remains to be seen, but in the meantime, “Justice” is sure to spark a much-needed conversation about the allegations against the Supreme Court Justice.