It really is unclear if or when the, the culmination of a practically two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, will be released to the public, but you can apparently preorder it on Amazon.
There are two listings for the report so far, a single to be published by Skyhorse Publishing and the other from The Washington Post. The former is currently ranked on Amazon as a bestseller.
The Washington Post and Skyhorse Publishing did not instantly return a request for comment. Neither did Amazon or the Division of Justice.
Each listings include a disclaimer that the publication date listed, April 30, 2019, is a placeholder.
“We are arranging to publish the report with my introduction as quickly as it is readily available,” stated Alan Dershowitz, who is listed as the author for the introduction on the Skyhorse version, in an e-mail. Dershowitz stated he’s began to outline his introduction primarily based on the summary letter Lawyer Common William Barr submitted to Congress more than the weekend.
Speaker of the Home Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer released a joint statement Sunday calling for the release of the complete report to Congress.