Dershowitz: Mueller report ‘will blur the line between crimes and sins’ to put Trump ‘in a bad light’ (VIDEO)

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Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz said Friday that special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report “will blur the line between crimes and sins and write a report designed to put” President Trump “in a bad light.”

In an appearance on Fox News, Dershowitz said he believes Mueller “won’t be able to find any specific violations of federal criminal statutes” unless “vague laws” around obstruction of justice are stretched “beyond recognition.”

“I don’t see any crimes,” Dershowitz told host Tucker Carlson. “Collusion itself is not a crime. Using information given by Russia to WikiLeaks would not be a crime unless the campaign participated with WikiLeaks in the hacking itself. There’s no evidence to support that.”

“So what I’m afraid is going to happen is this special counsel whose job it is only to find crimes, not sins, only crimes, will blur the line between crimes and sins and write a report designed to put the president in a bad light,” he continued. “But in the end, they won’t be able to find any specific violations of federal criminal statutes unless they stretch these vague laws like obstruction of justice beyond any recognition.” – READ MORE

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