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“Alternative” Mueller Report May Be Released By A Weaponized DOJ


Let this sink in for a second…

An ‘alternative’ version of Mueller’s report may be released by perhaps the most politicized Department of Justice in history sometime in the near future.

The report is a compilation which includes some items that sources say never made their way into the final report.

This in and of itself isn’t bad, but I think we all see the potential for wrongdoing here. That being said, it has been mentioned by Politico that the report may contain little to no new revelations.

According to reports, this file was ‘found’ among The DOJ’s file cache….

Whether or not this is actually true, or whether they have completely fabricated these files in an attempt to slip in ‘alternative facts’, and are simply claiming to have found them remains to be seen.

Here’s what we currently know:

Politico broke the story:

The pledge to process the so-called alternative Mueller report is no guarantee that what’s released will contain significant new revelations.

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The Justice Department can use a variety of exemptions to the Freedom of Information Act to shield parts of the document from disclosure, including by deeming it attorney work-product or part of an internal deliberative process.

Current DOJ leaders could waive those exemptions, but releasing other contents such as grand jury information could be more difficult due to legal restrictions.

Washington Examiner reports:

U.S. Attorney Damian Williams of the Southern District of New York said in a Thursday evening filing in federal court that the Justice Department “has located and begun processing this record and intends to release all non-exempt portions … once processing is complete.”


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