the mueller report
Some information on Roger Stone, President Trump's longtime friend and adviser who was indicted in January on charges of obstruction, lying to Congress, and witness tampering, will be redacted from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report when it is released on Thursday, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
Stone is accused of lying about his attempts to contact WikiLeaks during the 2016 presidential campaign. When the Mueller investigation ended in March, Stone's case was transferred to the U.S. attorney's office in Washington, D.C. His trial is scheduled to begin in November.
Prosecutors also said that the Justice Department will "make available for review" to "a limited number of members of Congress and their staff" a version of the report without "certain redactions" pertaining to the Stone investigation.