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Dershowitz says, ‘shame on Müller,” calls for Russia to probe findings are bad news for CNN

nearvideo Alan Dershowitz says Müller, is equivocation about obstruction of justice is a “cop out”

Alan M. Dershowitz, the lawyer and Harvard Law professor emeritus, suggested Robert Mueller on Sunday, saying the special Council engaged in a “cop out” by stating that his report, neither the liability of the President of Trump freed still closed, he had committed a crime relating to obstruction of justice.

Dershowitz said Miller seemed to be trying it in both directions. “It sounds like a law school exam,” he said, adding that the report sounded wishy-washy. “Shame on Mueller.”

The special counsel “not to draw a conclusion” whether or not obstruction of justice took place, according to a letter with the most important results released Sunday by attorney General William Barr.

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Dershowitz also said it was a big day for trump, and a “very bad day for CNN,” given how many of the left-wing cable network personalities and guests predicted that the probe would lead to a whole series of charges for collusion, and obstruction. “They should hang their heads in shame.”

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Barr’s four-page letter to the top Democrats and Republicans in the house of representatives and the Senate judiciary Committee, offered important insights into the nearly two-year long investigation, the results of which were transmitted, the Ministry of justice on Friday.

Dershowitz said the job of the Prosecutor to make a binary decision, Yes or no: Yes charge and no means “shut up.”

He also said that Muller say the “guts” to Yes or no to, despite all the time and money to the test.

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Müller was commissioned, commissioned in may 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversaw much of his work. Muller’s office “issued more than 2,800 citations” and running to almost 500 search guarantees during the entire period of the investigation, which lasted almost two years.

The office “received more than 230 orders for the communication records issued nearly 50 orders authorizing the use of pen Register, 13 requests to foreign governments for evidence, and interviewed about 500 witnesses” during the probe.

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