Today, we released a bonus episode of Lawfare's narrative audio documentary, The Report, which tells the story Robert S. Mueller lays out in his famous 448-page document.
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Today, we released the seventh episode of Lawfare’s narrative audio documentary, The Report. This episode covers the Special Counsel’s charging decisions—which individuals Mueller decides to prosecute, whose prosecutions and declines, and the reasons for his decisions.
This is the story of outreach by the Russians to the Trump campaign and the Trump transition on policy matters—the effort to reboot U.S.-Russian relations one secret meeting at a time.
Today, we released the fifth episode of Lawfare’s narrative audio documentary, The Report, which tells the story Robert S. Mueller lays out in his famous 448-page document.
The story of the ill-starred effort to build a Trump-branded skyscraper in Moscow and the Trump campaign’s meeting in New York with Russians promising “dirt” on Hillary Clinton.
Trump campaign officials engaged with the Russian social media manipulation operation as unwitting dupes. But the story of the Trump campaign’s involvement with the GRU email hacking operation is more complicated.
The story of the Russian hacking operation, the stealing of documents and emails from the DNC, DCCC and figures associated with the Clinton campaign, and the leaks of the stolen materials timed to impact the U.S. election.
For the past several weeks, a group of us has been working on a project to tell the story of the Mueller Report in an accessible form. The Mueller Report tells a heck of a story, a bunch of incredible stories, actually. But it does so in a form that’s hard for a lot of people to take in. It’s very long. It’s legally dense in spots. It’s marred with redactions. It’s also, shall we say, not optimized for your reading pleasure.