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Dershowitz says shame on Mueller & # 39; calls on Russia to investigate found bad news for CNN



Alan M. Dershowitz, lawyer and Harvard Law professor emeritus beat Robert Mueller on Sunday and said the special lawyer who was involved in a "cop out" claiming that his report did not exclude President Trump or concluded that he had committed a crime related to the prevention of justice.

Dershowitz said Mueller seemed to try to have it both ways. "It sounds like a law school," he said, adding that the report was wishy-washy. "Shame on Mueller."

The Special Council "did not draw a conclusion" on whether the obstruction of justice took place according to a letter with the main findings released Sunday by lawyer William Barr.

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Dershowitz also said it was a good day for Trump and a "very bad day for CNN" where many of the left-linking cable network's personalities and guests predicted the probe would lead to a killing of charges of conversation and obstruction. "They should put their heads in shame."

Barr's four-page letter addressed to Democrats and Republicans at the Court and Senate Court Committees offered important insights into the nearly two-year study, the results of which were presented to the Justice Department on Friday.

Dershowitz said that prosecutor's work is to make a binary decision, yes or no: yes means accusation and nothing means "shut up".

He also said that Mueller failed to have the "courage" to say yes or no, despite all the time and money spent on the probe.

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Mueller was awarded the job in May 201

7 by Deputy Lawyer Rod Rosenstein, who oversaw much of his work. Mueller's office issued more than 2,800 judges and completed nearly 500 search warranties throughout the duration of the investigation, which lasted for almost two years.

The office also received more than 230 orders for communications registers, issued nearly 50 orders that approved the use of pen records, made 13 requests to foreign governments for evidence, and interviewed approx. 500 witnesses "under the probe.


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