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#Barr to @RepEdCase: "Until someone shows me a provision in 6(e) that permits its release, Congress doesn't get 6(e)" grand jury material.

@marty_lederman and @BarbMcQuade have got the answer

Two provisions—under Rule 6(e) itself—permit sharing grand jury info with Congress
Expert tip 1: One provision for sharing grand jury info does not even require prior court approval.

Expert tip 2: Barr is apparently daring Congress with idea it needs to start impeachment proceedings to qualify for the other provision. Lederman's analysis shows that's false.
Marty Lederman's analysis is here: justsecurity.org/63523/barr-the…

Barbara McQuade's analysis is here: justsecurity.org/63470/how-barr…
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