Washington Post associate editor and columnist Ruth Marcus took to the pages of the Bezos-owned paper Wednesday morning to decry Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case against Donald J. Trump as weak, calling it a “dangerous leap on the highest of wires.”
Describing Bragg’s case as “disturbingly unilluminating, and the theory on which it rests is debatable at best, unnervingly flimsy at worst,” Marcus, a Yale and Harvard Law School graduate, said in her scathing op-ed :
I’m not saying prosecutors will lose this case. They could well win, and I hope they do, because a failure to secure a conviction will only inflame Trump and his supporters in their claims that the criminal justice system is being weaponized against them. But the fears I had in the weeks leading up to the indictment about the strength of the case against Trump were in no way allayed by Tuesday’s developments.
The indictment […]
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