From The New York Times: A Mueller Prosecutor Presents A Riveting Case Andrew Weissmann, a top lawyer in the special counsel’s office, details the investigators’ findings and frustrations in his new memoir, “Where Law Ends.” “Weissmann delivers the kind of forceful, ringing indictment that Mueller’s report did not.” “'Mobsters used the threat of ‘whacking’ potential cooperators to keep everyone in line,' Weissmann writes. 'The president had the power to pardon to reward those who stayed loyal.' It’s a startling analogy that Weissmann delivers in his characteristically muted, matter-of-fact style. Unlike the other Trump books that get hyped as “explosive,” this one lays out its case so patiently that its conclusions arrive not with a bang but with a snap — the click of an indictment falling into place." https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/21/books/review-where-law-ends-andrew-weissmann.html?smid=em-share NPR Fresh Air: A Lead Prosecutor On Mueller's Team Weighs In On Where The Investigation Fell Short https://www.npr.org/2020/09/29/918129496/a-lead-prosecutor-on-muellers-team-weighs-in-on-where-the-investigation-fell-sho Publisher's Weekly: "Attorney Weissmann delivers a lucid and engrossing insider's look at Special Counsel Robert Mueller's inquiry into Russian meddling in the 2016 election." Time: “The book reads like a love letter to future historians.”Read more Read less
You're getting a free audiobook.
$14.95 per month after 30 days. Cancel anytime.