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Bill Barr tells Congress he will make public the REDACTED Mueller report 'within a week' but will NOT hand over the full findings and special counsel's evidence
Attorney General William Barr faced members of Congress for the first time on Tuesday since taking office
Lawmakers asked Barr about plans to release the Mueller report
He said he would make public a redacted version next week
After this 'first pass' he would consult with Judiciary chairmen
Redactions will be color-coded based on four categories
He wouldn't say if the White House had seen the report  
Barr's four-page summary of the report last month set Democrats fuming
Barr's summary said that Mueller found no evidence Trump or his campaign conspired with the Russian government during the campaign
The attorney general also determined that there was not enough evidence to charge Trump with obstruction of justice
Democrats are demanding that the full Mueller report be released
By Geoff Earle, Deputy U.s. Political Editor For Dailymail.com and Associated Press
Published: 09:47 EDT, 9 April 2019 | Updated: 12:08 EDT, 9 April 2019

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'We will color-code the excisions from the report and we will provide explanatory notes describing the basis for each redaction,' Barr said, who said Mueller's team was participating in the redactions.
He said there were four categories of redactions: information presented to grad juries; passages which would reveal intelligence sources and methods; details of ongoing prosecution cases; and information about 'incidental parties' which could harm their 'privacy and reputational interests.'
And Barr also flatly told Democrats that he will not hand over the entire report and its underlying evidence, setting up a major battle with Congress over Mueller.
His appearance in front of one of the House Appropriations Committee subcommittees was the first time he has answered questions on Mueller - but he repeatedly refused to offer any insight into its contents.'We will color-code the excisions from the report and we will provide explanatory notes describing the basis for each redaction,' Barr said, who said Mueller's team was participating in the redactions.
He said there were four categories of redactions: information presented to grad juries; passages which would reveal intelligence sources and methods; details of ongoing prosecution cases; and information about 'incidental parties' which could harm their 'privacy and reputational interests.'
And Barr also flatly told Democrats that he will not hand over the entire report and its underlying evidence, setting up a major battle with Congress over Mueller.
His appearance in front of one of the House Appropriations Committee subcommittees was the first time he has answered questions on Mueller - but he repeatedly refused to offer any insight into its contents.


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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...eport.html
Eric Holder wants Mueller report out, but argued against full transparency after Starr report
by Jerry Dunleavy
| April 02, 2019 11:08 AM

Former Attorney General Eric Holder joined the chorus Democrats calling for the full release of special counsel Robert Mueller's final report, but in the wake of the Starr report he made the opposite argument.

Speaking with Ari Mebler on MSNBC last Monday, Holder said, “You look at the letter and you’re trying to figure how much of this is Barr, how much of this is Mueller, how much of this is based on the Mueller findings?... Congress and the public are going to have to get access to the Mueller report.”
Yet back in 1999, when he was deputy attorney general in the Clinton administration, Holder's position was starkly different. “Although there is a legitimate concern that the American people have a right to know the outcome of an investigation of their highest officials, the reporting requirement goes directly against most traditions and practices of law enforcement and American ideals," he said after the completion of independent counsel Ken Starr's investigation.

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https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/...arr-report
(04-09-2019, 01:07 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote: [ -> ][Image: p42zOvY.jpg]

Bill Barr tells Congress he will make public the REDACTED Mueller report 'within a week' but will NOT hand over the full findings and special counsel's evidence
Attorney General William Barr faced members of Congress for the first time on Tuesday since taking office
Lawmakers asked Barr about plans to release the Mueller report
He said he would make public a redacted version next week
After this 'first pass' he would consult with Judiciary chairmen
Redactions will be color-coded based on four categories
He wouldn't say if the White House had seen the report  
Barr's four-page summary of the report last month set Democrats fuming
Barr's summary said that Mueller found no evidence Trump or his campaign conspired with the Russian government during the campaign
The attorney general also determined that there was not enough evidence to charge Trump with obstruction of justice
Democrats are demanding that the full Mueller report be released
By Geoff Earle, Deputy U.s. Political Editor For Dailymail.com and Associated Press
Published: 09:47 EDT, 9 April 2019 | Updated: 12:08 EDT, 9 April 2019

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'We will color-code the excisions from the report and we will provide explanatory notes describing the basis for each redaction,' Barr said, who said Mueller's team was participating in the redactions.
He said there were four categories of redactions: information presented to grad juries; passages which would reveal intelligence sources and methods; details of ongoing prosecution cases; and information about 'incidental parties' which could harm their 'privacy and reputational interests.'
And Barr also flatly told Democrats that he will not hand over the entire report and its underlying evidence, setting up a major battle with Congress over Mueller.
His appearance in front of one of the House Appropriations Committee subcommittees was the first time he has answered questions on Mueller - but he repeatedly refused to offer any insight into its contents.'We will color-code the excisions from the report and we will provide explanatory notes describing the basis for each redaction,' Barr said, who said Mueller's team was participating in the redactions.
He said there were four categories of redactions: information presented to grad juries; passages which would reveal intelligence sources and methods; details of ongoing prosecution cases; and information about 'incidental parties' which could harm their 'privacy and reputational interests.'
And Barr also flatly told Democrats that he will not hand over the entire report and its underlying evidence, setting up a major battle with Congress over Mueller.
His appearance in front of one of the House Appropriations Committee subcommittees was the first time he has answered questions on Mueller - but he repeatedly refused to offer any insight into its contents.


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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...eport.html

None of those redacted parts sound unreasonable to me.

The Democrats are always mad because they are perpetual losers... They're just mad ok?
@Frigg

After the Starr report detailed all the "Monica Dirt" on Bill Clinton, the Dems passed a law preventing a detailed release of similar material in the future. Now, they don't like that Barr is obeying THEIR LAW.

I don't remember the specific law but, it will surely be mentioned in the next days.
Barr 'reviewing the conduct' of FBI's 2016 probe of Trump team Russia contacts

WASHINGTON — Attorney General William Barr said Tuesday that he is "reviewing the conduct" of the FBI's Russia probe during the summer of 2016, and that the Department of Justice inspector general will release a report on the FBI's use of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act process and other matters in the Russia case in May or June.
"I am reviewing the conduct of the investigation and trying to get my arms around all the aspects of the counterintelligence investigation that was conducted during the summer of 2016," Barr said in public testimony before a House Appropriations subcommittee, his first since last month's release of his four-page summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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Asked whether Mueller or anyone on his team reviewed Barr's summary of the report in advance, Barr said that Mueller's team "did not play a role" in drafting that document and that he did give Mueller an opportunity an opportunity to review it, but he "declined."

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https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/congres...ry-n992286
Putin on Mueller investigation: It’s ‘total nonsense’ targeted at domestic US audience
Published time: 9 Apr, 2019 13:45
Edited time: 9 Apr, 2019 15:05

The investigation by Robert Mueller was only aimed at home consumption and revealed a crisis in the US political system, Vladimir Putin said in his first comment on the probe, which found no collusion between Trump and Russia.
“This is complete nonsense, which was only aimed at a domestic audience [in the US],” the Russian president said on the investigation, which topped the headlines in the mainstream media for months, but turned-out fruitless.
“Such attacks on Trump are elements of a crisis in the political system of the US,” he added.

https://www.rt.com/news/455998-putin-on-...ifications

Vlad got that right. V6sRZf4
(04-09-2019, 04:47 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote: [ -> ]Barr 'reviewing the conduct' of FBI's 2016 probe of Trump team Russia contacts

WASHINGTON — Attorney General William Barr said Tuesday that he is "reviewing the conduct" of the FBI's Russia probe during the summer of 2016, and that the Department of Justice inspector general will release a report on the FBI's use of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act process and other matters in the Russia case in May or June.
"I am reviewing the conduct of the investigation and trying to get my arms around all the aspects of the counterintelligence investigation that was conducted during the summer of 2016," Barr said in public testimony before a House Appropriations subcommittee, his first since last month's release of his four-page summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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Asked whether Mueller or anyone on his team reviewed Barr's summary of the report in advance, Barr said that Mueller's team "did not play a role" in drafting that document and that he did give Mueller an opportunity an opportunity to review it, but he "declined."

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https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/congres...ry-n992286

SHTF time at DOJ. Lmao
(04-09-2019, 01:47 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote: [ -> ]@Frigg

After the Starr report detailed all the "Monica Dirt" on Bill Clinton, the Dems passed a law preventing a detailed release of similar material in the future. Now, they don't like that Barr is obeying THEIR LAW.

I don't remember the specific law but, it will surely be mentioned in the next days.

Left/Dems = SORE LOOO HOO SUHRRR HURRZ!!
No link, but those that watched it might remember this. One of the dims, was saying something about leaks. Probably because of Goober Nadler saying something about early leaks, leaving one to wonder. Anyway, I just wanted to bring this out. These guys act so childish!
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