James Green (“Mueller time is up,” Nov. 18) has stated that the Mueller investigation has "produced nothing of substance." At least he didn't state "No collusion!"

I would refer him to a Sept. 17 New York Times article, which states:

"Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel investigating possible links between the Trump campaign and Russian officials, has issued more than 100 criminal counts against 32 people and three companies. Additionally, two people — Michael D. Cohen, a former lawyer of President Trump, and Sam Patten, a lobbyist linked to Mr. Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort — pleaded guilty to charges that stemmed from Mr. Mueller’s inquiry."

For Mr. Green's benefit, if he so desires, the article lists the individuals and their crimes. And, now that the midterms are over, we can look forward to more information — and probably more indictments — coming from Special Counsel Mueller.

Kermit Heid, Salt Lake City