Based on an email supposedly from Steven Stein, a NY lawyer, that alleges Harold Koh, dean of Yale Law School, stated  in 2007 that he didn’t see any reason why Sharia law could not be applied to a case in the U.S. Fox News did not confirm that Stein wrote the email, nor did they check with the organizer of the 2007 event, Robin Reeves Zorthian, who calls the comments “totally fictitious and inaccurate.” Fox reporter Alisyn Camerota used the allegations to frame her statements questioning why Harold Koh would be tagged as a State Department nominee.

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