Christine Ford’s Polygraph Released: “No Deception”

Lawyers for Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford this afternoon released the results of the polygraph test she took in August of this year.

Ford during the interview told the examiner that she was pulled into a room by either Kavanaugh or his friend Mark Judge during a Montgomery County, Md. party in the 1980s. She said Kavanaugh “got on top of her” and “attempted to take her clothes off.”

“Blasey tried to yell for help and Kavanaugh put his hand over her mouth,” the document states, a detail Ford shared during the Post interview. The proceeding polygraph examination consisted of the questions “Is any part of your statement false?” and “Did you make up any part of your statement?” She answered “no” to both.

The examiners determined there was “no deception indicated” in Ford’s testimony, with her “probability of deception” at “less than .02.”