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What D.C. Kids Know About ‘Beach Week’

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On Wednesday night, the New York Times released a note that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh had written to his high-school friends in 1983, in which he called himself an “obnoxious drunk” and spoke of the “prolific pukers” in his clique. The note’s purpose? To help the group plan out “Beach Week.”

This is not the first time that “Beach Week” has come up in conjunction with Kavanaugh; the event appeared on the 1982 calendar he released to the public as part of his bid to exonerate himself from allegations that he sexually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford at a Maryland house party that summer. Shortly after the high school–era document was made public, attorney Michael Avenatti released a signed declaration from his client Julie Swetnick, alleging Kavanaugh was present during her 1982 gang-rape at a house party — and that she had witnessed him “engage in abusive and physically aggressive behavior toward girls” at none other than “Beach Week” in Ocean City, Maryland. (The affidavit had been signed the day before the calendar was released.)


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