I don't like to go with unsourced assertions, so I've resisted these claims for the past week or so. However, Shipwreckedcrew presumably has very good sources to go this far out on a limb:
It is coming next week. Indictments and an interim report chronicling the actions of government officials not indicted.— shipwreckedcrew (@shipwreckedcrew) September 20, 2020
We shall see. If so it'll be one helluva news cycle. Oh--he doesn't say so, but I assume he's talking about Durham.
UPDATE: SWC does some CYA:
This is getting a lot of traction so lets not let it linger without further exposition. My view is based on events, not inside info. Dannehy's resignation suggests Durham's probe is shifting away from investigation towards the Courtroom.
The abject panic from Dems in Congress subject to being exposed for having been behind-the-scenes participants as leakers and enablers is instructive. The idiotic letters to the IG is inexplicable unless there is a serious rumor floating around behind the scenes.
The public disclosure of potentially criminal conduct by members of the SCO only comes to light if the AG and DOJ are not concerned about that public disclosure. And the unhinged nature of Weissman's attacks on Barr and Durham, all suggest extreme nervousness.
The suggestion that there is a "report" in the works means Barr might be relying on DOJ policy that authorizes release of information to "reassure" the public that DOJ is investigating matters of public interest, AND that DOJ is investigating past misconduct by DOJ officials.
"This is getting a lot of traction?" Well, no sh*t!
"My view is based on events, not inside info." And the problem with having said that right up front would have been ...?
I think we can all agree there's a high degree of panic among Dems, and that panic is reflected in public statements, letters and tweets. Next week?
Working against "next week" is the scheduling of Senate testimony for key figures.