article about it today. A heavily redacted version had previously been given, under the threat of a lawsuit, to the National Security Archive (an excellent group you should know about if you don't already); but the Times got its hands on the uncensored version. Read the story carefully, because reporter Eric Lichtblau gives some examples of sections that were originally redacted--no national security secrets, of course, just things that would be embarrassing to various past U.S. and foreign governments. (Oh, and the Obama Justice Department was among those who tried to keep it secret.)
The idea of compiling the report was the "brainchild" of the late Justice Department lawyer Mark Richard, Lichtblau reports. Richard urged that it be made public but died last year while the fight to get it released was still going on. If you read between the lines of the article, you might even be able to make some guesses about who leaked it.
Photo: Wernher von Braun, former rocket scientist for Nazi Germany and later NASA space flight leader/Wikimedia Commons