It was only a matter of time.
Law professor Alan Dershowitz recently attacked the FBI for their raid on Giuliani’s apartment. He called it “not constitutional” and compared it to what happens in Fidel Castro’s Cuba.
Dershowitz said, “[I]’m very upset about what’s going on with Rudy Giuliani. In banana republics, in Castro‘s Cuba, in many parts of the world when a candidate loses for president, they go after the candidate, they go after his lawyers, they go after his friends. That didn’t happen in America, and that’s happening in America now. They’re going after Rudy Giuliani … Who knows who’s going to be next? And they’re going after him in inappropriate ways. A search warrant on a lawyer or a doctor or a priest? You don’t use search warrants when people have privileged information on their cell phones and in their computers. You use a subpoena. The difference between a subpoena and a search warrant is like night and day.”
“It’s just not constitutional. And that’s why when Rudy called me yesterday, I said sure I’ll help out. I’m in favor of the Constitution.”
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