Attorney General Bill Barr killed seven different lines of investigations started by special counsel Robert Mueller just ten days after he submitted his report.
CNN's Katelyn Polantz had filed a request to unseal documents related to the special counsel's investigation and on Monday the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia agreed.
Chief Judge Beryl A Howell ordered the release of multiple documents, including Attachment B, which listed information on applications for court orders requested by Mueller.
The 65-page document shows seven cases that were closed on April Fools Day -- only ten days after Mueller submitted his report.
The document reveals the orders involved the companies AT&T, Twitter and Facebook.