Some experts say it's '50 percent to 70 percent redacted': AG William Bar will censor over half of the Mueller report, ex-FBI official says
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Attorney General nominee William Barr attends a meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., January 9, 2019. REUTERS/Jim Young

Frank Figliuzzi, the FBI former director of counterintelligence, said on Monday that more than half of the Russian investigation report will be redacted when Attorney General William Barr releases it on Thursday.

"We should be looking back at [the attorney general's] statements that give us a clue as to what we're in for," Figliuzzi explained during an MSNBC panel discussion. "He has used the phrase, this first pass in reference to what he is going to first give Congress. That implies this will not be a good faith first effort. He is prepped for a kind of battle of back and forth negotiations."

"Let's look for what percentage of the so-called 400-page report has actual redactions through it," he added. "Experts have been saying look for anywhere from 50% to 70% to be redacted."

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