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Barr Lied to Congress. That’s a Crime. No One is Above the Law

Congressman Jerrold Nadler U.S. House Committee on The Judiciary
The Administration may not dictate the terms of a hearing...Every member of this Committee—Democrat and Republican alike—should understand the consequences when the executive branch tells us that they will simply ignore a lawful subpoena...

The Many Problems With the Barr Letter

Neal K. Katyal New York Times
By unilaterally concluding that Mr. Trump did not obstruct justice, the attorney general has made it imperative that the public see the Mueller report.

What to Make of Bill Barr’s Letter

Mikhaila Fogel, Quinta Jurecic, Susan Hennessey, Matthew Kahn, Benjamin Wittes Lawfare
That Mueller was able to document his findings in a fashion that can allow for transparency and, if necessary, accountability, is of immense value. The question of what to do with the record Mueller has compiled will ultimately fall to Congress
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