Oh, I didn't realize that you'd already said this
Fri Apr 5, 2019 11:03pm

when I posted similar.

  • It Will Be Faster...Amadeus, Fri Apr 5 2:58pm
    ...considering that Mueller's team already wrote up summaries of each section for release. Barr ignored those. He wrote his own. I think the reason he did so may become increasingly obvious as we... more
    • Oh, I didn't realize that you'd already said this — Sia☺giah, Fri Apr 5 11:03pm
    • ...included information that could not legally be released to the public.
      • FOR ease in distribution, so he knew what couldn't be included ahead of time.
      • Of Course They Didn't...Amadeus, Fri Apr 5 3:59pm
        The team just stamped every page with a precautionary "this page may contain grand jury testimony" warning that Barr is using as an excuse. The summaries were written specifically for release. And... more
        • You obviously haven't been exposed to real news reporting about why certain information, like Grand Jury testimony, should not be released to the public.
          • Most People Understand...Amadeus, Fri Apr 5 4:38pm
            ...that the entire report should be released to Congress. Of course, there will be some grand jury testimony that needs to be redacted to protect witnesses. However, in this particular case, it would ... more
            • ...Grand Jury evidence cannot be released. Also, with the recent history of leaks from Congress, there's no way that I would provide any member of Congress with anything that I didn't want released... more
            • Some of congress can see the whole thingSia☺giah, Fri Apr 5 11:26pm
              Release to the PUBLIC can be redacted wherever necessary. But the committees in Congress who are authorized to see full reports SHOULD see them
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