Alan Dershowitz and other legal scholars say the Israeli Attorney General is wrong to criminalize the complicated relationships between politicians and journalists, and should not indict Prime Minister Netanyahu for trying to charm and cajole journalists into giving him better coverage (and also, to make-it-worth-their-while).
Might they have a point?
This is a segment from The “Quid Pro Squat” Edition.
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