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Delivering the Mueller Report, in audiobook-style format, without political commentary. Due to the wide public interest in the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election," this project started with the belief that quality audio of the report should be available for anyone to hear -- and not hidden behind a paywall or require a subscription.

For many of us, reading through the report page-by-page is too time consuming. This is the report, available piece-by-piece, for anyone to access it and listen in manageable portions.

This podcast is not affiliated with or connected to the Special Counsel or the investigation.

Mueller Report Audio Timberlane Media

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Delivering the Mueller Report, in audiobook-style format, without political commentary. Due to the wide public interest in the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election," this project started with the belief that quality audio of the report should be available for anyone to hear -- and not hidden behind a paywall or require a subscription.

For many of us, reading through the report page-by-page is too time consuming. This is the report, available piece-by-piece, for anyone to access it and listen in manageable portions.

This podcast is not affiliated with or connected to the Special Counsel or the investigation.

    Executive Summary to Volume 1

    Executive Summary to Volume 1

    On Friday, July 19, 2020 the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. Unredacted information in this section is located from 3:53 to 4:34 and 18:32 to 19:06.
    On April 18, 2019, the Department of Justice released the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." This section covers the "Executive Summary to Volume 1" from pages 4 to 10 of the report.
    Russian Social Media Campaign (1:00)
    Russian Hacking Operations (2:38)
    Russian Contacts with the Campaign (4:55)
    2015 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (6:02)
    Spring 2016 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (6:32)
    Summer 2016 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (7:17)
    Fall 2016 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (10:21)
    Post-2016 Election Russian Contacts with the Campaign (11:16)
    The Special Counsel's Charging Decisions (15:40)
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    • 22 min
    III.A. GRU Hacking Directed at the Clinton Campaign

    III.A. GRU Hacking Directed at the Clinton Campaign

    On Friday, July 19, 2020 the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. Unredacted information in this section is located from 1:59 to 2:38.
    Section III is delivered in four parts. This section covers the introduction to the section as well as part A, GRU Hacking Directed at the Clinton Campaign.
    III: Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations (1:00)
    A. GRU Hacking Directed at the Clinton Campaign (2:38)
    GRU Units Target the Clinton Campaign (2:44) Intrusions into the DCCC and DNC Networks (5:30) Initial Access (5:36) Implantation of Malware on DCCC and DNC Networks (6:33) Theft of Documents from DNC and DCCC Networks (8:46) This podcast covers pages 36-41 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election."
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    • 11 min
    III.B. Dissemination of the Hacked Materials

    III.B. Dissemination of the Hacked Materials

    On Friday, July 19, 2020 the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. Unredacted information in this section is located from 6:50 to 8:03.
    Part 2 of 4 from Section III: Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations. This section explains the investigation's look into DCLeaks, Guccifer 2.0 and the use of Wikileaks from pages 41-49 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election."
    B. Dissemination of the Hacked Materials (0:59)
    DCLeaks (1:18) Guccifer 2.0 (3:43) Use ofWikiLeaks (8:05) WikiLeaks's Expressed Opposition Toward the Clinton Campaign (8:30) WikiLeaks's First Contact with Guccifer 2.0 and DCLeaks (9:40) The GRU's Transfer of Stolen Materials to WikiLeaks (11:21) WikiLeaks Statements Dissembling About the Source of Stolen Materials (16:01) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com
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    • 18 min
    III.D. Trump Campaign and the Dissemination of Hacked Materials

    III.D. Trump Campaign and the Dissemination of Hacked Materials

    On Friday, June 19, 2020, the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. This section of the Mueller Report contains the newly available information. Previously, this section had been heavily redacted up to section 1e, and the first four subsections are now largely unredacted. Most of the new additions are from 1:14 to 16:44 in this episode.
    Part 4 of 4 from Section III: Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations. Note: Sections 1a through 1d are heavily redacted. From section 1e until the conclusion, the investigation's findings focus on interactions between the Trump Campaign and Wikileaks as well as the campaign's interest and efforts to obtain deleted Clinton emails.
    This podcast covers pages 51-65 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election."
    Trump Campaign and the Dissemination of Hacked Materials (0:57)
    Role of Roger Stone (1:14) Background (1:18) Contacts with the Campaign about WikiLeaks (1:58) Roger Stone’s Known Efforts to Communicate with WikiLeaks (6:28) WikiLeaks's October 7, 2016 Release of Stolen Podesta Emails (13:16) Donald Trump Jr. Interaction with WikiLeaks (16:44) Other Potential Campaign Interest in Russian Hacked Materials (19:09) Henry Oknyansky (a/k/a Henry Greenberg) (19:53) Campaign Efforts to Obtain Deleted Clinton Emails (22:06) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com
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    • 31 min
    V. Prosecution and Declination Decisions

    V. Prosecution and Declination Decisions

    On Friday, June 19, 2020, the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. This episode is a re-release of this section of the Mueller Report with the newly available information. Apart from a couple of mentions of Roger Stone's name, the unredacted material is primarily from 7:34 to 9:04 and 49:17 to 53:23.
    As part of the final section of Volume 1, pages 174-199, this section explains the Special Council's decisions on whether to exercise its prosecutorial authority with regard to the evidence it found through the investigation.
    Prosecution and Declination Decisions (1:12)
    A. Russian "Active Measures" Social Media Campaign (2:51)
    B. Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations (5:40)
    Section 1030 Computer-Intrusion Conspiracy (5:45) Background (5:51) Charging Decision As to [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] (9:05) Potential Section 1030 Violation By [Redacted - Personal Privacy] (9:16) C. Russian Government Outreach and Contacts (10:12)
    Potential Coordination: Conspiracy and Collusion (12:07) Potential Coordination: Foreign Agent Statutes (FARA and 18 U.S.C. § 951) (14:53) Governing Law (15:13) Application (17:58) Campaign Finance (20:07) Overview Of Governing Law (20:47) Application to June 9 Trump Tower Meeting (23:26) Thing-of-Value Element (26:34) Willfulness (29:34) Difficulties in Valuing Promised Information (31:43) Application to [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] (33:17) Questions Over Whether [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] (33:28) Willfulness (33:37) Constitutional Considerations (33:59) Analysis as to [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] (34:11) False Statements and Obstruction of the Investigation (34:24) Overview Of Governing Law (34:46) Application to Certain Individuals (37:21) George Papadopoulos (37:25) [Redacted - Personal Privacy] (42:23) Michael Flynn (42:23) Michael Cohen (42:32) Roger Stone (49:18) Jeff Sessions (53:24) Others Interviewed During the Investigation (56:47) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com
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    • 58 min
    Executive Summary to Volume II

    Executive Summary to Volume II

    On Friday, June 19, 2020, the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. In the days ahead, I'm planning to re-release sections of the Mueller Report with the newly available information. Apart from two mentions of Roger Stone's name, the primary unredacted material is from 12:57 to 13:17 in this section.
    This episode covers the "Executive Summary to Volume 2," pages 3 to 8, from Volume 2 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." The executive summary provides an overview of the investigation's focus on a series of actions by the President related to the Russian-interference investigations, and an overview of the constitutional issues raised by the Special Counsel.
    Executive Summary to Volume II (0:58)
    Factual results of the obstruction investigation (1:16) The Campaign's response to reports about Russian support for Trump (1:23) Conduct involving FBI Director Comey and Michael Flynn (2:17) The President's reaction to the continuing Russia investigation (3:47) The President's termination of Comey (5:11) The appointment of a Special Counsel and efforts to remove him (6:30) Efforts to curtail the Special Counsel's investigation (7:56) Efforts to prevent public disclosure of evidence (9:19) Further efforts to have the Attorney General take control of the investigation (10:19) Efforts to have McGahn deny that the President had ordered him to have the Special Counsel removed (11:17) Conduct towards Flynn, Manafort, and Stone (12:12) Conduct involving Michael Cohen (13:18) Overarching factual issues (14:47) Statutory and Constitutional defenses (17:18) Statutory defenses (17:35) Constitutional defenses (18:27) Conclusion (21:01) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com
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    • 22 min

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original justin ,

thank you!

just as you say, providing this audio for free is such a helpful service to all of us

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No bias, just transcripts

What you hear is what you get folks. Timberlane Media presents something like a CSPAN for public government documents. Regardless of your personal politics, this is a valuable resource - nothing is edited out, it has full context.

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I knew up front that I’d never sit down and read the Mueller Report so I’m so grateful for you taking the time to record an audio version and share with the American people. Your work is a true public service.

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