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Jack Smith Could Face Indictment Charges after Evidence Omission: Dershowitz

'Under the indictment itself, Jack Smith could be himself indicted...'

(Luis CornelioHeadline USAIn a recent interview with The Megyn Kelly Show, prominent attorney Alan Dershowitz raised concerns over potential indictment charges against Special Counsel Jack Smith for omitting positive evidence in a crucial case.  

Dershowitz’s remarks have added fuel to the already contentious legal battles surrounding former President Donald Trump’s alleged involvement in the January 6th Capitol riot. 

Dershowitz minced no words when he accused Jack Smith of deliberately omitting critical information in the indictment. 

“Under the indictment itself, Jack Smith could be himself indicted,” Dershowitz told host Megyn Kelly. “He told a direct lie in this indictment.”  

As reported by Breitbart, Dershowitz further warned, “[Jack Smith] purported to describe the speech that President Trump made on January 6th. And he left out the key words, when President Trump said, ‘I want you to demonstrate peacefully and patriotically.’ You know, a lie by omission, under the law, can be as serious as a lie by commission.” 

Dershowitz’s remarks raise serious questions about Smith and the Biden-led DOJ, which Republicans accuse of purposely interfering in the upcoming president election in 2024, as Trump is Biden’s leading opponent. 

A handful of prominent GOP lawmakers took to Twitter to condemn the charges against Trump, with Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., saying, ““Multiple times, Biden’s DOJ has indicted Trump the day after major revelations about Biden’s corruption. Is this part of the Biden coverup?” 

Similarly, Dershowitz expressed his belief that the Supreme Court will likely overturn any potential conviction against Trump. 

“I think you will probably win the United States Supreme Court,” Dershowitz said during an interview with Fox News’s Sean Hannity. 

In the interview, Dershowitz also challenged the 45-page indictment’s allegations. “There is no smoking gun,” he added. “There is no one who is credibly prepared to testify that Donald Trump said to him, ‘I know personally I lost the election.’” 

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