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Ex-prosecutors believe that Trump broke the law

"Ex-prosecutors believe that Trump broke the law," "the Letter, which on Monday had been written during the of 566 former prosecutor and is available to rea

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Ex-prosecutors believe that Trump broke the law
"Ex-prosecutors believe that Trump broke the law,"

"the Letter, which on Monday had been written during the of 566 former prosecutor and is available to read on the web platform Medium , takes aim at the president's actions during the so-called Rysslandsutredningen."

"They highlight three areas where they consider that the evidence is"

"the Prosecutor notes, inter alia, the president's anger over the then attorney general Jeff Sessions stood outside the investigation, that Trump said he wanted to have a minister for justice"

"Several american media, including CBS News , describes the letter as a sharp rebuke of the current minister of justice, William Barr. Barr received Rysslandsrapporten at the end of march, after Mueller in close to two years investigating the Russian influence on the election campaign in 2016 and, possibly, relations between Moscow and Trumpkampanjen. Shortly afterward, summed up the Barr report in a letter to congress in which he noted that Mueller did not stipulate that the president committed a crime – but also not exonerate him from the accusations of having tried to obstruct the course of justice. But he himself and the deputy minister of justice considers that there is no evidence for such prosecution, wrote Barr."

"The conclusion, and the fact that Barr held a press conference before a masked version of the Rysslandsutredningen published, make that the Democrats see red. Several high-ranking partiföreträdare have accused Barr of trying to protect the president and influence the public's opinion on the report."

"How prosecutions of a president who has committed crime? The law is complex, the simple answer is: it depends on what crime it is about."

"• If there is any suspicion that the president is obliged to - "

"• If it applies to other, more "

"• A matter that has been lifted in the united states by reason of the special prosecutor Robert mueller's so-called Rysslandsutredning is whether or not Mueller can imagine that the challenge justitiedepartementsregeln. Another certainly, the hypothetical question is if an american president has the right to pardon himself, which Trump believes that he has."

"Sources: CBS, The New York Times, Findlaw.com, The New Yorker, Uppsala university"

"The former FBI director Robert Mueller received in may 2017 mission that the special prosecutor examine the Russian influence on the electoral process in 2016 and whether the president of Donald Trump's campaign acted in collusion with Moscow. It has been called Rysslandsutredningen."

"the Work has been extensive. With 19 lawyers in its staff has Mueller executed around 500 searches, heard approximately 500 witnesses and taken the initiative to 2 800 orders from the courts of persons to attend or submit evidence. The investigation has resulted in at least 34 criminal prosecution, including against Donald Trump's former kampanjchef Paul Manafort, the adviser, Roger Stone, and the president's former lawyer, Michael Cohen."

"Mueller handed over its report to the ministry of justice on 22 march. He then recommended no further prosecution."

"An edited version of the investigation, where among other things, sensitive information relating to ongoing investigations and underrättelsematerial maskats, published on 18 april."

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