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Delivering the Mueller Report, in an audiobook-style format, without political commentary.

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The publication of the report was released April 18, 2019, and is available at justice.gov/storage/report.pdf

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Volume 1 sections:

Introduction to Volume 1

Executive Summary to Volume 1

I. The Special Counsel's Investigation

II. Russian "Active Measures" Social Media Campaign

III.A. GRU Hacking Directed at the Clinton Campaign (Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations)

III.B. Dissemination of the Hacked Materials

III.C. Additional GRU Cyber Operations

III.D. Trump Campaign and the Dissemination of Hacked Materials

IV. Russian Government Links To And Contacts With The Trump Campaign

IV.A.1 Trump Tower Moscow Project

IV.A.2 George Papadopoulos

IV.A.3 Carter Page

V.A.4 Dimitri Simes and the Center for the National Interest

IV.A.5 June 9, 2016 Meeting at Trump Tower 

IV.A.6 Events at the Republication National Convention 

IV.A.7 Post-Convention Contacts with Kislyak

IV.A.8 Paul Manafort 

IV.B. Post-Election and Transition-Period Contacts 

V. Prosecution and Declination Decisions

Volume 2 sections:

Introduction to Volume 2

Executive Summary to Volume II 

I. Background Legal and Evidentiary Principles 

II.A. The Campaign's Response to Reports About Russian Support for Trump (Factual Results of the Obstruction Investigation)

II.B. The President's Conduct Concerning the Investigation of Michael Flynn 

II.C. The President's Reaction to Public Confirmation of the FBI's Russia Investigation 

II.D. Events Leading Up To and Surrounding the Termination of FBI Director Comey 

II.E. The President's Efforts to Remove the Special Counsel (Clean Version)

The President's Efforts to Remove the Special Counsel (Explicit Version)

II.F. The President's Efforts to Curtail the Special Counsel Investigation 

II.G. The President's Efforts to Prevent Disclosure of Emails About the June 9, 2016 Meeting Between Russians and Senior Campaign Officials

II.H. The President's Further Efforts to Have the Attorney General Take Over the Investigation 

II.I. The President Orders McGahn to Deny that the President Tried to Fire the Special Counsel (Clean Version)

The President Orders McGahn to Deny that the President Tried to Fire the Special Counsel (Explicit Version)

II.J. The President's Conduct Towards Flynn, Manafort, [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] 

II.K. The President's Conduct Involving Michael Cohen

II.L. Overarching Factual Issues 

III.A. Statutory Defenses to the Application of Obstruction-Of-Justice Provisions to the Conduct Under Investigation

III.B. Constitutional Defenses to Applying Obstruction-Of-Justice Statutes to Presidential Conduct

IV. Conclusion (plus credits and "thank yous")