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When [my story on Epstein] came out, [Harvard Law School professor and former Epstein attorney] Alan Dershowitz wrote an open letter to the Pulitzer Prize committee, trying to discredit my work and influence the board [not to award the Miami Herald a prize]. He must have said a million times, “I know that you’re not going to tell the truth because you’re just aiming for a Pulitzer.”

But Harvard’s finest is after bigger fish now. He’s smearing the New Yorker as an antisemitic rag.

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2 Responses to “Harvard’s highest profile professor takes the prize.”

  1. theprofessor Says:

    Come on, UD. Harvard Law’s finest is Bruce Hay.

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    tp: LOL. Note that I’ve said nothing about Hay. His story is like quantum physics – I simply can’t get started with it. I mean it – I cannot grasp even the basics.

    I will say one thing: These are the sort of outcomes you get when you hire 10,000 law professors or whatever Harvard’s up to today. My theory is that it’s the way they’re trying to use some of that forty billion. They used to give $35 million in yearly salaries to all their money managers, but then people got wind of that and complained. For some reason. So they switched to ordering law professors in bulk. Get enough of those and you’re going to end up with a few Dershowitzes and Hays.

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