3.) What It Won’t Say

  • 2019-04-17
  • Source: AAN
  • by: AAN Staff
3.) What It Won’t Say
House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence [Public domain]
Barr told Congress what was going to be redacted in Mueller's 400-page report. It comes down to four things:

1.) Grand Jury details

2.) Information disrupting intelligence community sources and tactics

3.) Information relevant to ongoing court battles

4.) Information relevant to individuals that were not to be charged by the council

These redactions are clearly labeled to maximize transparency.

A different verison will go to the chairs and ranking members of the Judiciary Committee and Intelligence Committee with only Grand Jury details redacted.

Only elements within the intelligence community have seen the unredacted report in its entirety.

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