The previous releases have fleshed out details that Mueller summarized in his final report regarding President Donald Trump and his campaign’s actions. They often help explain what investigators learned about the Trump campaign in 2016 and Trump’s behavior then and after.
At times, the documents have given much fuller portraits of what the Russia investigation’s top cooperators said, and how several advisers to Trump turned on the President and others to share what they knew.
The memos, called 302s by the FBI, were typed up by agents or prosecutors after they questioned each witness. The Justice Department has kept many of the memos heavily redacted as it continues to release them this year.
CNN and BuzzFeed are still fighting in court to make more parts of the records public, because many are extensively redacted or entirely kept confidential.
CORRECTION: This story’s headline has been updated to correctly reflect that this appears to be the final batch of interview records.