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‘Redacted to shreds’: Internet outraged as DOJ says version of Mueller report won’t be released until Thursday

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Social media sites are exploding in outrage as the Dept. of Justice minutes ago sought to head off speculation by announcing a redacted version of the long-awaited Mueller report now will not be released to Congress until Thursday. Early last week Attorney General William Barr promised it would be available within a week, leading many to speculate it would have been out this past Friday or today at the latest.

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Of note, however, is that the DOJ will also release a version to the public on Thursday. It’s unclear currently if both versions will be the same.

On MSNBC former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the FBI, Frank Figluzzi, just said experts believe 50% – 70% of the report will be redacted.

And MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell notes the timing is curious, coming the day before Good Friday and Easter weekend.

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