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REDACTION ACTION - U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson in D.C., who is presiding over the obstruction and witness-tampering case against Trump ally Roger Stone, has asked the DOJ to turnover today unredacted portions of the Mueller report that Stone’s lawyers claim will help his defense. As Raychel Lean reports, if the government does oblige, the report will be for the judge’s eyes only while she decides whether or not it’s needed for Stone’s case.
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