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    Mueller is asking Ellis to give the witnesses what is known as "use immunity," which would prevent prosecutors from using their testimony as evidence against them in a criminal case, other than one in which they are accused of perjuring themselves in that testimony. The special counsel is not asking for so-called transactional immunity for the witnesses, which would give them protection from being prosecuted ever for the issues mentioned in their immunized testimony.

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