Almost 500 former employees of the U.S. Department of justice to see in the final report from special investigator Robert Mueller of the charges of obstruction of Justice by President Donald Trump justified. The evidence in the report of special investigator, Robert Mueller, that Trump had the Russia-investigations sabotaged, "overwhelming," wrote the prosecutors on Monday in an open letter. On this basis, Trump would have had to be arraigned, however, he will be protected from it by his office as President.
the signatories of The letter are of the view that the Mueller's Report described behavior Trumps "would have led, in the case of any other Person" to numerous charges of obstruction of Justice. In the report of the special investigator's a number of actions would be counted "that meet all the circumstances for a charge of obstruction of Justice".
In the case of persons other than the President would have led the Mueller found out the results, "criminal charges for obstruction of justice", the statement said.
Barr finds no evidence
Mueller was almost followed up for two years, the question of whether it is given to the collusion between Russia and the election campaign team of the later election winner Trump to the detriment of the democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, and whether the President of the obstruction of Justice is guilty. Minister of justice, William Barr does not provide for sufficient evidence for an obstruction of Justice. Trump and his Minister of justice, Bill Barr evaluated, therefore, the report, in which there is no charge Trumps has been recommended as a relief.
the Democratic party-run judiciary Committee of the house of representatives is seeking a testimony of Mueller, may already be at 15. May. The Democrats criticize that Barr had designed the final report in favour of Trumps. (chk/sda/AFP)
Created: 07.05.2019, 04:34 PM