Stan Twardy Appears on News 12 to Discuss Mueller Report
Publisher: News 12
March 25, 2019
Stan Twardy was interviewed on a News 12 segment focusing on whether special counsel Robert Mueller's report on his inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 election will be released. Twardy told News 12 his view is the entirety of the report should be released but noted legally, it is not that simple. He said there are rules in place to protect information and testimonies gained through subpoenas from being made public. In addition, he raised the issue that if sources names were to be released, they could be put in danger.
Twardy indicated he does believe Congress will subpoena Mueller's report if it is not released, along with Attorney General William Barr, to find out how he came to his conclusions in just two days. "The public really needs to hear or see what the evidence is, as opposed to having it filtered through the Republicans or the Democrats, or the White House, or CNN or whomever it might be," he said.
A white collar partner at Day Pitney LLP, Twardy is a former federal prosecutor, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut under Presidents Reagan and Bush and Chief of Staff to Connecticut Governor Lowell P. Weicker, Jr.
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