Just should one should know?
The release won’t be the end of the report story…
It’s gonna go on….
Sceptics want the WHOLE report out…
Not just what the Justice Dept. will release….
After 23 months, 500 search warrants, 2,300 subpoenas and a string of indictments, the results of the investigation by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, will be public on Thursday in a nearly 400-page report. The treatise is likely to add significantly to our understanding of Russia’s 2016 election interference and President Trump’s efforts to control federal inquiries into the matter.
Attorney General William P. Barr said last month that the special counsel did not find that anyone associated with the Trump campaign worked with the Russian government to illegally influence the election. He also said there was insufficient evidence that Mr. Trump illegally obstructed justice. But Americans have been eagerly waiting to hear from Mr. Mueller’s investigators in their own words.
Whether you have followed every step of the investigation or are tuning in after months of avoiding the headlines, here is a primer for the report’s release
When will the report come out?
Thursday morning, according to the Justice Department.
Where can I find it?
The Justice Department is expected to publish it on the special counsel’s website. The New York Times will be offering live updates and analysis of the key findings, as will most likely every major news organization….
What part of the report is likely to be most interesting?
Reporters are likely to make a beeline to the section of the report that addresses why Mr. Mueller decided not to draw a conclusion about whether Mr. Trump obstructed justice, citing “difficult issues” of law and fact.
Mr. Barr resolved those issues, deciding that there was insufficient evidence that the president had committed a crime. The report should either bolster that finding or call it into question.