Five Tantalizing Questions About Mueller's Investigation
Publisher: The Hill
February 23, 2019
Washington, D.C.-based counsel Steven Cash was quoted in an article, "Five Tantalizing Questions About Mueller's Investigation," published by The Hill. The article discusses the status of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe as it nears its two-year anniversary. As noted in the article, Mueller submitting his final report does not necessarily mean an end to the investigation, given the special counsel has referred cases to other districts. "Shutting down the Mueller office is not the same as shutting down the investigation," said Cash, who formerly served as counsel to the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The article also reports that Mueller's report is expected to be informative and fact-driven, and will not resemble the salacious 500-page report from Kenneth Starr that laid out details of the relationship between then-President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky. "It's going to be very well drafted, it's going to be very well thought out," commented Cash. "I think it's going to be a little bit boring. It's not going to be like the Ken Starr report." Cash said the report would echo Detective Sgt. Joe Friday from the series "Dragnet": " 'Just the facts, ma'am.' "
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