The Justice Department challenged the court’s decision to hand over the full version of the Mueller report to Congress

Earlier, judge Beryl Howell ruled that the office should hand over the documents without seizures.

WASHINGTON – The US Department of Justice has appealed the court’s decision to hand over to the House Judiciary Committee by October 30 the full version of special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s report on the investigation of Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election. Free News reported on Monday.

On October 26, US Federal judge Beryl Howell ruled that the Agency must turn over the documents without seizures.

Interference in the American electoral process in 2016 is accused of Russia by the US intelligence services. The investigation of these alleged attempts to influence the former head of the FBI and Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller was engaged in almost two years. On April 18 this year, the US Justice Department released its final report, in which the special Prosecutor admitted that he had not revealed collusion of the incumbent white house owner Donald Trump, who won the election, with Russia. Trump himself has repeatedly denied suspicions of any improper contacts with Russian officials during the election campaign. Moscow has also repeatedly rejected the findings of attempts to influence the US election.

Author: Flyn Braun
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