Alan Dershowitz to Newsmax: Cuomo Case Short on Law, ‘Going Nowhere’

New York Attorney General Letitia James’ report on alleged sexual harassment by Gov. Andrew Cuomo is “completely one-sided,” short on evidence, and will ultimately go “nowhere” in a court of law, legal expert Alan Dershowitz told Newsmax.

“He’s the governor; that’s his style: He tends to be friendly to people. If you don’t like it, don’t vote for him,” Dershowitz said Wednesday on “Greg Kelly Reports,” referring to a phone call between Cuomo and one of his accusers that did not show any violations of law. “But the idea of turning that into a crime or a tort, or using it as evidence of a crime or a tort, is worse than a joke. It’s a clear violation of civil liberties.

“We make decisions on the basis of facts and evidence, and if this is the evidence, it’s going nowhere,” Dershowitz added.

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