Robert Mueller Knows That a Criminal Investigation of Him is Looming
Monday, Harvard law professor and author Alan Dershowitz argued, and thus sent a message, that former FBI director and current special counsel Robert Mueller should be investigated for his role in protecting a notorious FBI informant, and that civil liberties are at stake.
Professor Dershowitz argues that “4 innocent men were framed by the FBI to protect mass murdering gangsters who were working as FBI informers while they were killing innocent people” during the time Robert Mueller was the director of the FBI.
“All civil libertarians should want the truth about this sordid episode, and Mueller’s possible role in it, regardless of its impact, if any, on the Trump investigation,” Professor Dershowitz wrote, adding Mr. Mueller should welcome the probe too.
“But these ‘Get Trump At Any Cost’ partisans have rejected my call for an investigation, out of fear that it may turn up information that might tarnish the image of the special counsel who is investigating Trump,” he wrote.
Professor Dershowitz assailed that in today’s charged political atmosphere, “a civil libertarian is a conservative whose candidate is being investigated, while a law-and-order type is a liberal who wants to see Trump charged or impeached.”
“I am a liberal who voted against Trump, but who insists that his civil liberties must be respected for all of our sake,” he declared.
Robert Mueller is now clearly in the cross hairs of Law & Order, and getting that message, likely has him squirming as the I’m Next thought burrows into his prosecutorial mindset.
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