"Russian Interference in the 2016 United States Election”, Balance of Powers, Barr, Checks and Balances, constitution, corruption, In camera viewing, Mueller Report, Restricted access, Rule of law, Russia, Special Counsel report, Trump, US Congressional Oversight, Willaim Barr
“Apr 19, 2019 Letter, Barr letter 4.19.19”
In camera means a private viewing in a room. The term is related to chamber in English (and chambre in French). With the restrictions that Trump’s AG wants to put on the documents, speed readers with photographic memories would be the ideal. Does this include the supporting documents or just part of the parts of the public document which have been blotted out? It’s only from 10 am to 5 pm for 5 days – that’s a mere 35 hours. If it’s 488 pages, for instance, then that is only 4 minutes per page if the person doesn’t take any breaks. They will need to remember what they see. The hours for the second review are less clear. That might double the time. It says that the viewers can take notes, but they keep the notes. Are the notes to be hand-written?
“Apr 19, 2019 Letter 2019-4-18 In Camera Review of Less-Redacted Special Counsel Report – Graham + Nadler/ Issues: Government Oversight” https://judiciary.house.gov/story-type/letter/2019-4-18-camera-review-less-redacted-special-counsel-report-graham-nadler