The Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s Report is Likely to be Released Mid-April
Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s report is likely to be released mid-April or perhaps even earlier. That is what the American Justice Minister William Barr said in a letter to two legislators.
“Everyone will be able to read it themselves”, it sounds. The letter was published by the Washington Post and other American media.
The 400-page report must first be edited to comply with legal provisions. Consider, for example, the privacy of so-called “peripheral third parties”.
The White House will not be allowed to view the content of the revised report earlier. Barr is willing to testify for Congress in early May.
In 2017, Mueller was commissioned to investigate possible Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election and possible links with President Donald Trump’s campaign team. A week ago he submitted his last report to Barr.
Barr already released a four-page summary of the report. Trump was acquitted of conspiracy. Whether legal proceedings were impeded was not immediately apparent.
“That summary is not yet complete, but it does reflect the essence of the report,” it now sounds.