Alan Dershowitz on Hastert Indictment: 'This Case Just Smells'
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A federal indictment of former House Speaker Dennis Hastert for paying hush money, reportedly to keep someone quiet about past sexual misconduct, "puts the government in the position of essentially being part of the blackmail," Alan Dershowitz said on Newsmax TV. [Full Story]
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