For the sake of American democracy, and the public’s faith in our justice system, the full, final report produced by Special Counsel Robert Mueller must be made public. Immediately.
Sunday’s slender, four-page memo to Congress by Attorney General William Barr was wildly inadequate. Claiming that the special counsel had not found an illegal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, Barr provided a cursory summary of Mueller’s findings — managing to not even quote a complete sentence of the actual report.
More egregious: Barr used the same letter to slam shut a heavy door that Mueller appeared to intentionally leave open. The special counsel presented evidence for a possible charge of obstruction of justice by President Trump, writing: “While this report does