Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz is questioning how Manafort has been found guilty with no trial.
Dershowitz says there's something wrong with a system where the government can assume guilt on someone without a trail.
As reported by washingtonexaminer.com
Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz questioned why the government gets to “win” in the case against President Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort before a hearing or trial.
“Why does the government get to win without a hearing or trial?” Dershowitz questioned on “Fox & Friends” Saturday.
“There’s something wrong with a system that assumes guilt this way,” he commented.
Dershowitz questioned why Paul Manafort was sent to jail before his July trial, and was just assumed guilty. So far, Mueller has dictated everything in regard to Paul Manafort and his freedom, even though no trial has taken place.
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