Alan M. Dershowitz, lawyer and Harvard Law professor emeritus, accused Robert Mueller on Sunday, saying that the Special Prosecutor had "out-comedied" by stating that his report did not address either the discharge of President Trump or the Detection of a crime in connection with the obstruction of justice.
Dershowitz said Müller seemed to be trying both ways. "It sounds like a legal exam," he said, adding that the report sounded washed out. "Shame on Müller".
The Special Adviser "did not draw any conclusion" about whether or not there was a disability in the judiciary, according to a letter with key findings released Sunday by Attorney General William Barr.
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Dershowitz also said it was a great day for Trump and a "very bad day for CNN" as many of the personalities and guests of the left harness network predicted that the probe would lead to a lot of charges for collusion and disability. "You should hang your head out of shame."
Barr's four-page letter to leading Democrats and Republicans of the Judiciary Committee of the US Parliament and Senate gave important insights into the nearly two-year investigation. These were submitted to the Justice Department on Friday.
Dershowitz said the prosecutor's job is to make a binary decision, yes or no: yes means prosecution and no means of silence.
He also said that Mueller had failed to have the courage to say yes or no, despite all the time and money spent on the probe.
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The office also received "more than 230 commissions for communications protocols, which surveyed nearly 50 orders using pen registers, 13 requests for evidence to foreign governments, and about 500 witnesses interviewed during the investigation.