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Just in: DC federal judge found DOJ wrongly redacted the names of witnesses who did *not* testify before the Mueller grand jury in a doc filed in court. So that info must be made public — judge notes two people "figured in key events" in Mueller's report ecf.dcd.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/show_p…
It just occured to me that referring to people who did *not* testify before the Mueller grand jury as "witnesses" might be confusing/imprecise, apologies for that. These people were potential grand jury witnesses, we don't know anything else about them yet
Here's the redacted version of the DOJ declaration at issue: assets.documentcloud.org/documents/6491…

The judge ordered DOJ to file a version with parts of paragraph 4 unsealed, which identify two people who didn't go before the grand jury but "figured in key events in the Mueller report"
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