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There has never been a more important political investigation than Robert S. Mueller III's into President Donald Trump's possible collusion with Russia. His momentous findings can be found here, complete with:
- The 300+ pages of the historic report, as released by the Justice Department
- An introduction by constitutional scholar, eminent civil libertarian, and New York Times bestselling author Alan Dershowitz.
- The relevant portions of Title 28 of the Code of Federal Regulations, the 1999 provisions written by former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal, which establish and regulate the powers of the special counsel.
- Rod Rosenstein’s 2016 order appointing Robert Mueller III as special counsel and outlining the scope of his investigation.
- Attorney General William Barr’s four-page summary of the report, as sent to Congress.
- Barr's explanation of the four reasons for redacting the report, and a key for identifying them in the color-coded report
The wait is over. Robert Mueller, a lifelong Republican, has concluded his investigation and submitted its findings to Attorney General William Barr. Barr has told Congress that Mueller found no proof of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, and did not come to a conclusion on obstruction of justice—neither concluding the president committed a crime nor exonerating him. But Mueller’s report was over 300 pages and Barr’s summary was only four pages, raising questions about the conclusions of a historic investigation.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller III’s probe into Russian influence on the 2016 election of Donald Trump—including links between the campaign and Russian interests, obstruction of justice by President Trump, and any other matters that may have arisen in the course of the investigation—has been the focal point of American politics since its inception in May 2017.
Democrats in the US House of Representatives hoped to use the report to begin impeachment proceedings, with the support of those critical of the president. Media tracked Mueller’s every move, and the investigation was subject to constant speculation by political pundits everywhere. It resulted in the indictments of Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort, Roger Stone, and many others. President Trump and his supporters affirmed that the investigation was a “witch hunt” and the product of a plot by the political establishment—the “deep state”—to delegitimize his presidency.
Mueller’s findings—at least according to Barr—allowed the latter to claim victory. But now, thanks to a subpoena from House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler for the full report, a resolution from the House of Representatives to release the full report to the public (though blocked in the Senate by Mitch McConnell), and popular demand, it’s time for public to judge if that is true.
The Mueller investigation will join Watergate, and the Mueller Report will join the 9/11 Commission Report, the Warren Report, and the Starr Report, as one of the most important in history. The Mueller Report is required reading for everyone with interest in American politics, for every 2016 and 2020 voter, and every American. It’s now available here as an affordable paperback, featuring an introduction from eminent civil libertarian, Harvard Law Professor Emeritus, and New York Times bestselling author Alan Dershowitz, who provides a constitutional, civil law-based commentary sorely needed in today’s media landscape.
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About the Author
Alan Dershowitz is one of the most famous and celebrated lawyers in America. He was the youngest full professor in Harvard Law School history, where he is now the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law, Emeritus. Dershowitz is the author of numerous bestselling books, including the New York Times bestseller The Case Against Impeaching Trump.
Robert S. Mueller III is the special counsel of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and any other matters that arise from his findings. He served as director of the FBI from 2001 to 2013. Mueller, a registered Republican, had dedicated his life to public service and has assembled a decorated criminal justice career. He also served as a Marine in the Vietnam War, and received a Purple Heart and Bronze Star for heroism.
The U.S. Department of Justice has a mission to enforce the law and defend the interests of the United States according to the law; to ensure public safety against threats foreign and domestic; to provide federal leadership in preventing and controlling crime; to seek just punishment for those guilty of unlawful behavior; and to ensure fair and impartial administration of justice for all Americans.
Table of Contents
1 Introduction to the Mueller Report Alan Dershowitz, Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law, Harvard Law School 1
2 General Powers of Special Counsel 13
3 The Appointment of Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III 19
4 Attorney General William Barr's Letter to Congress 21
5 Attorney General William Barr's Response to House Democratic Leaders 26
6 Key to Redactions in the Mueller Report 29
7 The Mueller Report 30
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Every American should read at least some of this report . Read Vol. 2 if you can`t read all of this.
Thorough report presented in such a way that an interested person can follow the facts, the law and logic of the OSC to guide Congress everyone interested in a just result to this effort telling a story of corrupt intent. It will be helpful in the future as a reference document as further investigations unfold.
No stars deserved. It was very hard to read the so called Mueller Report, because of the poor writing done, misspellings. Example: lied, spelled with a capital I instead of an L, information also misspelled. There were also gaps in words, example: information. The word President was spelled Pres ident multiple times throughout. If this was because of the writers of the report, then it is very sad that they are “professionals,” but cannot write a proper report. They tried tying re-tweeting or sharing someone else’s posts as collusion or in their case, criminal conspiracy. Obvious that a crime was committed, but they tried make one. Some reviewers said only read part 2, not appropriate to say read only the bad about the President but ignore the implicit directive of the investigation, 2016 Russian election interference. Only one candidate was reviewed. There was ample reason to look at the other. One individual reviewed was said to be tied to both campaigns, only one side explored, speaks to the bias. The team had attorneys who had numerous Clinton connections, one worked for the Foundation, none for the Trump Organization. Another worked on the e-mail case, and one for an employee. I am sure they guaranteed that nothing nefarious happened. One had to recuse themselves from a different Trump case, none in the case of HRC. In Vol. 2, they try again to make crimes out of no crimes. They state that not sharing with the media is somehow obstruction. They are stating that the press is somehow part of the government and not sharing with them is a crime. Also stated that public comments were somehow heard by the jury in cases, but offer no proof. In fact, juries are not to follow items in the media, so they are stating that the jury(s) broke the law. Assumptions were made that all supported Trump and believed him if he says they are good, and not the opposite, that they are bad because he says they are good. No attempt made to charge anyone or have mistrials declared. Also tried was the firing of Comey was obstruction. Not only was it Constitutional, but evidence illustrates how legal it was, because of IG criminal referrals. Dems wanted him removed based on the handling of the HRC affair. He did something in that case, that did not occur with Trump, so no equal justice observed. Both Trump and Bernie were attacked saying Russians tried to help both beat her. In their pre-determinations, if the person did not follow through, they “stopped” or “did not” cooperate, examples: Cohen and Manafort and Manafort and Podesta, who also did not register under FARA. Alan Dershowitz gave a grade of a C- for part of the report, with inflation. The Ivy League Curve is evident, because this report was horrible, biased, and did not fairly investigate its purview, the 2016 Pres. election. If it did, it would have also discussed the HRC campaign in greater detail. There are a few endnotes about spearfishing, but not in the text, nor are there pictures, while they are pictures of journal entries. Supposed texts of entire e-mails exchanged on the Trump side were shared. Very sad that an attorney for Trump had to bring to light how the report does not provide the full conversation that transpired. Do not buy the book, but get it from the library. The Mueller Team was completely biased. It is quite tragic that this lie was allowed to be perpetuated on the American public and that they were allowed to profit from this occurrence!
Endnotes are off/hard to follow. Would recommend paying $1-$2 more for another version.