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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

REPORT: Mike Flynn Moving To Withdraw Guilty Plea. Here's Why.

"A motion by Michael Flynn to withdraw his guilty plea based on government misconduct is likely in the works," declared The Federalist's Margot Cleveland on Friday.

Judge Emmet G. Sullivan issued a so-called "Brady" order on Friday in United States v. Flynn that Cleveland, a lawyer, says "likely" stands as an indication that the former Trump national security advisor is looking to withdraw his guilty plea based on government misconduct.

Flynn was charged with lying to the FBI during the Mueller probe on November 30. The former Trump advisor pleaded guilty on December 1 before federal judge Rudolph Contreras, but less than one week later, the case was reassigned under Judge Sullivan.



Anonymous said...

Dave T: Good for you Mike, but I'm sorry to say, gonna be hard to put that toothpaste back in the tube. Good luck, but you never should have done it in the first place !!!

Anonymous said...

He wasn't a liar, he Identifies as a Clinton, so he just "Mis-spoke".

Anonymous said...

The FBI agent that charged him is under current investigation for misconduct and had been put in time out. Probably will get indicted. Remember folks Flynn was charged with lying about a call but not for anything in the call. James Comey testified Flynn simply forgot. No crime. Flynn was charged after Comey was fired by his best friend and now disgraced agent. @937 plea agreements change all the time in court. Guilty to not guilty everyday in court.