Sundance Doc ‘Justice’ Exposes New Evidence in Brett Kavanaugh Sexual Assault Allegations

A new documentary by director Doug Liman about the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is set to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. Titled ‘Justice,’ the explosive documentary will reinvestigate the allegations, with the filmmakers claiming they are receiving new tips and information.

The documentary is set to take a critical look at the FBI’s investigation into the allegations, with Liman claiming that the FBI “fell woefully short” in their probe. It will also feature interviews with Kavanaugh’s accusers, as well as with legal experts and other witnesses.

The documentary has already sparked controversy, with some critics claiming it is a politically-motivated attack on Kavanaugh. However, Liman has defended the film, saying it is intended to bring attention to the issue of sexual assault and to compel the FBI to reopen the investigation.

The documentary has been praised by some reviewers, with IndieWire calling it a “compelling” look at the issue and urging the FBI to take another look at the allegations.

The documentary is set to be released to the public later this year.