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A fisking of Paul Rosenzweig’s LawFare defense of Mueller against the Trump Transition Letter.

December 19th, 2017 Leave a comment Go to comments

The pdf file HERE is  a fisking of Paul Rosenzweig’s LawFare defense of Mueller against the Trump Transition Letter.

I got interested in this and have been scanning the web for legal explanations of this kerfuffle, since I am not a lawyer.  There aren’t any good ones. As I said, I’m not a lawyer, but I know a lot of law (I’ve co-authored  numerous scholarly articles with law professors from Indiana, Illinois, UCLA, Chicago, Yale,Tokyo,  and Harvard and I’m the relator in New York ex rel. Eric Rasmusen v. Citigroup). I think I know more law than Mr. Rosenzweig, even though I feel my limitations keenly in this area of law (try me on tax whistleblower law, agency law, or the tax treatment of net operating losses and I’ll do better). So I’ll post this, to better inform the public. Maybe it will encourage real experts to come forward too. I wrote a book on game theory when I was 30 that had lots of mistakes, but it was the first in its field and I did stimulate, I fancy, older and wiser people to write books to improve on mine.

If I have mistakes, please  comment. I see an enormous amount of ignorant and arrogant commenting on these issues on the Internet, though, so please only comment  only if you aren’t just mouthing off. I’ll delete the comment otherwise.

 

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