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<<And found nothing actionable:

If that's true, then why are they hiding the report? And why would anyone with at least two brain cells to rub together believe what those who are hiding the report are telling them is in it? How naive are you?>>

It's illegal to disclose Justice Department investigations, and for good reasons.

If someone is charged, that becomes a public record.

But the FBI and Justice Department don't release statements about who is being investigated, what the results of interviews were, nor do they declare people as being "innocent."

Criminal conspiracies usually want to know what others have been saying about them, so there are very good reasons why such things are kept confidential.

Of course, if one believes journalists, the news media has had day by day reports on what the Mueller investigation was turning up. But perhaps that was just lies by some people in the FBI or Justice Department with axes to grind, or perhaps just rumor mongering by the news media.

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