Mueller's 14 criminal referrals may lead to new targets being drawn into investigation: former federal prosecutor
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On Friday, former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner told MSNBC's Ari Melber that while special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is over and his report is released, the prosecutions are a long way from being finished.

Specifically, Kirschner noted the 14 referrals of potential crimes Mueller's office made to other prosecutors.

"I don't think this is over by a long shot," said Kirschner. "Because with respect to every one of those 14 referrals, you can bet the prosecutors who are now digging into those cases are going to try to debrief, interview, and bring on board every one of those 14 people, and I'll bet every one of them you can then sort of finger out into other potential misconduct by other folks."

"That's how we build cases," he added.

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