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Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz said it is crucial that the American public find out whether former FBI chiefs James Comey and Andrew McCabe are "testi-lying."

Dershowitz said that the recently fired McCabe should waive his right to privacy so that the public can view reports by two intra-bureau agencies looking into possible misconduct by the Virginian.

"Then we can decide for ourselves [if his firing was appropriate]," Dershowitz said.

He said McCabe's testimony conflicts with Comey's when it comes to whether McCabe was authorized to leak information about an investigation to the press.

Dershowitz said it is likely that one of the men is "testi-lying" or willfully misleading or lying during Congressional testimony.

"Everyone is so involved in this partisan conflict," he said, adding that actions against Trump are apparently now subject to claims of right-wing or left-wing partisanship.

He said it's "not too late" to convene a commission similar to the 9/11 Commission to study misconduct at federal law enforcement agencies.

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