Olivia Warren’s testimony before the House Judiciary’s courts subcommittee was kept under wraps until the last moment. It wasn’t until minutes before the 8:30 a.m. hearing that her name appeared on the list of witnesses and her testimony was made available.

That testimony revealed bombshell allegations of sexual harassment by the late Judge Stephen Reinhardt, who Warren clerked for on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. But she made it clear she was not primarily there to make her claims about Reinhardt. Instead, she wanted to draw attention to the issues she had in reporting the revered judge’s conduct.

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