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Mueller’s Reckless Gamble: Why The GSA Email Seizure Was Both Unprecedented and Unnecessary


Professor Turley takes a balanced view of some recent developments in the Mueller probe of allegations regarding Trump and Russia. This view is somewhat different from that taken by other commentators. More on this in other posts, but this one provides some excellent food for thought.


440px-Director_Robert_S._Mueller-_III-1280px-US-GeneralServicesAdministration-Logo.svgBelow is my column in The Hill Newspaper on the email seizure by Special Counsel Robert Mueller from the General Services Administration. As discussed yesterday, many supporters of Mueller are not contesting that this material did not constitute agency records or property, but rather that there was some type of express or implied waiver of privacy and confidentiality.  While I consider this an ambiguous area, I obviously disagree with such dismissive positions.

Here is the column:

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