Elkan Abramowitz claimed that extorting someone is just an attempt at truth seeking for the National Enquirer.
Elkan Abramowitz gaslit the entire email exchange that Jeff Bezos made public which clearly states that AMI was threatening to release embarrassing photos of him unless he changed the WaPo's reporting on the National Enquirer.
Alan Dershowitz Embarrasses Himself Insisting AMI's 'Extortion-ish' Threat To Jeff Bezos Is Not Illegal
Law professor Alan Dershowitz on Sunday defended "The National Enquirer's" parent company, AMI, and its chairman, David Pecker, against allegations that they attempted to blackmail Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
Jeff Bezos allegedly was not the only media person threatened by AMI/The National Enquirer. Ronan Farrow claims he, too, was threatened over his investigation of AMI.
After Jeff Bezos published the threats from AMI/National Enquirer to publish personal, embarrassing photographs, Rachel Maddow investigated the possibility that it could void the immunity agreement with Robert Mueller's office.
Rachel Maddow covers the Bezos blackmail by AMI, David Pecker's publication., and whether it rises to the level of a crime, which would negate his immunity agreement with Robert Mueller's office.
Rather than allow himself to be blackmailed, Bezos published the emails demanding he retract previous statements if he didn't want the National Enquirer to publish personal texts and emails.
Rudy Giuliani tried to use John Edwards acquittals as his defense for Trump's campaign finance violations, but David Pecker's deal obliterates it.
David Pecker, through American Media, Inc. backs up Michael Cohen's tape recording with Trump discussing how AMI would "catch-and-kill" damaging stories about Donald Trump's affairs to protect his candidacy.
Mimi Rocah explains how David Pecker/AMI's written admission that the payoff to Karen McDougal was specifically to influence the 2016 election ends any hope of Trump using the Edwards defense to weasel out of a felony.