Mueller May Have to Indict Trump – Otherwise, Only Rosenstein Can Ensure That Public Learns What He Uncovered

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Mueller May Have to Indict Trump  – Otherwise, Only Rosenstein Can Ensure That Public Learns What He Uncovered
By Federal Bureau of Investigation [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Many politicians and pundits are opining that the public may never know the truth about possible wrongdoings by now-president Donald Trump until they read Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, but most don’t realize how unlikely the public release of any such report is.

Mueller is bound by current Justice Department [DoJ] regulations which make any release – much less a release to the public – of any such report very unlikely.

So Mueller may have to obtain an indictment against Trump, and include the details of Trump’s alleged wrongdoing in the text of the indictment, for this information to become public, says public interest law professor John Banzhaf, who played a significant role regarding two special prosecutors/counsel.

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