Reading the Mueller Report, V: Links but no “coordination” – Musing about law, books, and politics

All those links—but no “coordination.” How can that be?  Mueller’s task was to determine whether there were “links and/or coordination” between the Trump Campaign and Russia. Mueller found links galore. But it turns out that finding “coordination” — or, to use the legal term, “conspiracy”— proved more difficult. — Read on terikanefield-blog.com/reading-the-mueller-report-v-links-but-no-coordination/

Reading the Mueller Report, Part IV: The June 9, 2016 Trump Tower Meeting – Musing about law, books, and politics

Why weren’t crimes charged as a result of the June 9, 2016 Trump Tower Meeting?  We’ll begin with the “facts.” By “facts” I mean what the prosecutors have enough evidence to prove. — Read on terikanefield-blog.com/reading-the-mueller-report-part-iv-2/

Reading the Mueller Report, Part III: Why More Crimes Weren’t Charged – Musing about law, books, and politics

Q: Why weren’t more crimes charged from the behavior described in Vol. I?  First reason: Special Counsel (SC) was not able to collect all the evidence for a variety of reasons (Mueller Report, page 10) — Read on terikanefield-blog.com/reading-the-mueller-report-part-iv/