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Robert Mueller: Errand Boy For The New World Order
SPECIAL GUEST AUTHOR: John Milkovich, is an attorney, Democratic State Senator in Louisiana, and author of the new book, Robert Mueller: Errand Boy For The New World Order.
“During his testimony before the House Appropriation Committee’s Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies on Tuesday, Attorney General William Barr stated that the redacted Mueller report will be released to the public “within a week,” and there will be explanations “describing the basis for each redaction.”
Barr said, “I am relying on my own discretion to make as much public as I can. Now, in my letter of the — March 29, I identified four areas that I feel should be redacted and I think most people would agree. The first is grand jury information, 6(e) material. The second is information that the intelligence community believes would reveal intelligence sources and methods. The third [is] information in the report that could interfere with ongoing prosecutions. … And finally, we intend to redact information that implicates the privacy or reputational interest of peripheral players where there is a decision not to charge them.”
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BIO: John was born in Roundup, Montana, the fourth of six children. His father is a World War II veteran who grew up on a homestead ranch during the Depression, and his mother, a rural schoolteacher who taught in a one-room schoolhouse. His parents taught him the importance of hard work and generosity, and to respect and value everyone. John continues their legacy of giving back to the community. John grew up working on cattle ranches, and for a local painting and roofing contractor. In 1979, John enrolled in LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center in Baton Rouge. He finished the first year of Law School in the top 10% of his class, and was named a member of the Louisiana Law Review, ultimately publishing articles in nationally noted Law Reviews.
John began his legal career as a Judicial Clerk for 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal Judge, the Hon. Fred C. Sexton, Jr. For over 25 years,