The Mueller report needs to look over its should at an unrelated case that might impact it in ways not imagined before. In law, there are things called precedents that allow a finding to affect other cases in the same way. There is an unrelated case that is moving through the judicial system that could deny the Special Counsel the ability to release his findings to Congress. This is something that no one was looking for and it would deny the Democrats and the mainstream media the firestorm that they hope to make of the report. Here are all the details of that ‘sleeper’ case.
As Written and Reported By Josh Gerstein for POLITICO:
A little-noticed court case stemming from the apparent murder of a Columbia University professor six decades ago could keep special counsel Robert Mueller from publishing any information about the Trump campaign and Russia that he obtains through a Washington grand jury.
The substance of the case is entirely unrelated to Mueller’s investigation into whether any of President Donald Trump’s associates aided Russia’s efforts to intervene in the 2016 election.
But if a Washington appeals court set to hear the murder-related case next month sides with the Justice Department and rules that judges don’t have the freedom to release grand jury information that is usually kept secret, it could throw a monkey wrench into any plans Mueller has to issue a public report on his probe’s findings, lawyers following the issue said.
And it might even keep the special counsel from sending a report to Congress, shaking Democrats’ hopes that such a document could provide the impetus for impeachment proceedings against the……
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