Looks like the Obama administration was dirtier than al-Baghdadi’s underpants…
Before or after being blown up? That is totally your call.
So here are some key points that you should be aware of –
- Prosecutors blasted President Trump’s claim that Michael Flynn, his first national security advisor, was a victim of a ‘plot to set up an innocent man.’
- Prior to Trump’s inauguration, Flynn pled guilty to falsifying details to the FBI about his conversation with the Russian Ambassador (at that time) Sergey Kislyak.
- Then, Flynn agreed to cooperate with the Mueller probe to investigate Russian meddling within the 2016 election as part of his plea deal.
“The federal judge presiding over the case of ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has canceled a hearing scheduled for next week, citing his lawyers’ latest motion — which made a slew of misconduct allegations against the government while seeking access to supposedly exculpatory evidence.”
#BREAKING: Judge Sullivan has cancelled our hearing in early November because of the "comprehensive briefing" of the parties. To see the full brief and exhibits (160 pages) filed on behalf of @GenFlynn, see https://t.co/173MnvRx0S @BarbaraRedgate @JosephJFlynn1 @GoJackFlynn
— Sidney Powell 🇺🇸⭐⭐⭐ (@SidneyPowell1) October 28, 2019
Apparently the documentation was allegedly altered and manipulated in order to fit the narrative of the prosecutors.
Hmmmm. You mean there was deception in order to dismantle the Trump administration? That’s new. *rolls eyes*
“That question and answer does not appear in the notes, yet it was made into a criminal offense,” Powell wrote. “The draft also shows that the agents moved a sentence to make it seem to be an answer to a question it was not.”
The cancellation comes just days after Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell filed a 161-page brief demanding the government produce all evidence related to Flynn, while urging the court to “dismiss the entire prosecution for outrageous government misconduct” and hold the prosecutors in contempt.
So there are a couple points to be made here.
Flynn was undoubtedly ambush interviewed.
Granted, Flynn pled guilty under oath, and the intention of such is still under speculation.
Flynn was also advised not to obtain an attorney in the first place… was that due to intimidation? Perhaps a quid pro quo by the prosecution?
… and this is the tangled web that we weave.
“In an extraordinary reversal, the defendant now claims that he is innocent of the criminal charge in this case,” the federal prosecutors wrote. “He makes this claim despite having admitted his guilt, under oath, before two federal judges (including this Court.)”
“The defendant also argues–based almost entirely on evidence previously provided in discovery–that the government engaged in ‘conduct so shocking to the conscience and so inimical to our system of justice that it requires the dismissal of the charges for outrageous government conduct,'” they continued, saying that for the “first time,” Flynn’s legal team is arguing the government had “an obligation” to provide evidence to him “prior to charging him in a criminal case.”
Either way, if there is proven misconduct, even if the individual is guilty, the judgments against the defendant will be thrown out accordingly.
So far, the judge has cancelled the November hearing. So let’s sit pretty and have the popcorn ready, folks!