Earlier we said we were waiting for the report from the Portland Police Bureau's 2009 investigation of alleged sexual misconduct by Al Gore...
...here it is.
Hat tip to @LisaLoving at the Skanner.
UPDATE II: The New York Times quotes Portland Police spokesperson Mary Wheat as saying that the woman contacted the Police Bureau earlier this month requesting a copy of this report. She said she planned to take it to the news media. The Enquirer broke the story today.
UPDATE I: We've read through the alleged victim's description of events to Detective Maggie Daul and Sexual Assault Detail advocate Slavica Bubic.
Gore allegedly answered the door of his hotel room in the Hotel Lucia to greet the woman, a visiting massage therapist, with "Call me Al" and a big bear hug that lasted too long.
The "hints and allegations," if you will, get weirder from there. He asks her to "release his second chakra" from his pubic area, and eventually propositions, restrains and kisses her. Allegedly, of course.
It looks like after the interview, which the woman requested in 2009 despite warnings from detectives about the statute of limitations, the police forwarded the case on to Sgt. M. Geiger of the Sexual Assault Detail. There's no information on what happened after that.
Lots more after the jump.
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