In a stunning move, the Department of Justice has moved to dismiss Flynn's case

On Thursday, the Department of Justice filed a motion to dismiss the case against General Michael Flynn.  In the accompanying 20-page legal brief, the DOJ documented facts establishing that, even as the FBI and DOJ were relentlessly prosecuting Flynn, conniving with his attorneys, and forcing him into a guilty plea, they always knew they had no case against him.  These facts, though, haven't stopped leftists from demanding that Judge Sullivan deny the motion. Because the DOJ finally, reluctantly, produced illegally withheld exculpatory evidence, we have the rough outlines of what the FBI and DOJ did to Flynn.  We know from the FBI's own documents that on or before January 4, 2017, the FBI decided to close its investigation into Flynn because there was no evidence that he had connived with Russia against American interests.  Peter Strzok, however, worked with the "7th Floor" (i.e., FBI leadership) to keep the case...(Read Full Post)
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