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A bombshell exploded the other day in the Flynn case []

Where we find the Government withheld exculpatory evidence which exonerated Flynn.

Quotes from the source..."Powell will likely seek to have case dismissed for ‘egregious’ prosecutorial misconduct and withholding of exculpatory material.
“Judge Sullivan is obviously taking the Brady issues very seriously and clearly told the prosecutors that his Brady order stands regardless of the plea agreement or the plea,” Powell told “If the prosecutors here were seeking justice instead of a conviction, General Flynn would not have been prosecuted. They have been hiding evidence that he was exonerated in early 2017.”"

Read this quote from the source and then read the source for this post [] and I believe we see how the dominoes are lining up.

"But the existence of such a memo calls into question Comey’s actions both when he met with Trump privately and when he wrote his personal memos recanting the meetings. If the Jan. 30, 2017 DOJ Flynn memo does exonerate Flynn, then it will call into question Comey’s actions when he had the private meetings with Trump. Why didn’t Comey reveal to Trump that DOJ found no evidence that Flynn was an ‘agent of Russia’ when he met Trump at the White House on Feb. 14 meeting? Why were the stories about Flynn, along with classified information regarding his phone conversations with the former Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, leaked to the Washington Post in January, with a followup in early February? Remember, the information was leaked by senior government officials, according to the author and columnist David Ignatius. Ignatius said that senior officials accused Flynn of violating the Logan Act, even worse conspiring with Russia.
Further, new information that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe advised that there was no Logan Act violation, along with the DOJ internal memo of Jan. 30 that Flynn ‘was not an agent of Russia,’ was enough information for Comey to advise the President that Flynn had been cleared of any wrongdoing. Instead, Comey claimed obstruction of justice by the President."

Thank You, Dane

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New Developments in Flynn's Case 415 adequatedane 11-Sep-19 14:13
Re: New Developments in Flynn's Case 76 ldennyjr 11-Sep-19 17:34
Walk or Jail 80 Barbelo 11-Sep-19 20:06
Re: Walk or Jail 81 Archaic 11-Sep-19 20:35
Re: Walk or Jail 82 OCaptain 11-Sep-19 21:52
Re: Walk or Jail 64 Archaic 14-Sep-19 03:09
Re: Walk or Jail 58 OCaptain 14-Sep-19 12:46
I don't understand 71 Racho 12-Sep-19 02:26
Re: I don't understand 66 Barbelo 12-Sep-19 11:32
This is assume 67 Warwick 12-Sep-19 16:54
Re: This is assume 68 Barbelo 12-Sep-19 18:35
Re: This is assume 64 Warwick 12-Sep-19 19:08
Re: New Developments in Flynn's Case 72 Archaic 11-Sep-19 20:29
Hypocrite 71 Warwick 11-Sep-19 20:34
Re: Hypocrite 73 Archaic 11-Sep-19 20:36
Re: Hypocrite 68 Archaic 14-Sep-19 03:27
Re: Hypocrite 87 Warwick 16-Sep-19 16:01
Re: New Developments in Flynn's Case 73 ldennyjr 12-Sep-19 03:27
New Article from Sara Carter 61 adequatedane 12-Sep-19 13:51
Re: New Article from Sara Carter 71 Warwick 12-Sep-19 16:51
Re: New Article from Sara Carter 70 Racho 12-Sep-19 17:10
Re: New Article from Sara Carter 67 Warwick 12-Sep-19 17:33
Re: New Article from Sara Carter 73 Eddie Larry 12-Sep-19 17:18
Re: New Article from Sara Carter 69 adequatedane 12-Sep-19 23:46
Re: New Developments in Flynn's Case 68 adequatedane 13-Sep-19 11:43
Re: New Developments in Flynn's Case 84 OCaptain 13-Sep-19 11:56
Re: New Developments in Flynn's Case 75 Barbelo 13-Sep-19 21:00
Re: New Developments in Flynn's Case 73 Archaic 14-Sep-19 03:26
Re: New Developments in Flynn's Case 66 OCaptain 14-Sep-19 12:49
Re: New Developments in Flynn's Case 68 adequatedane 14-Sep-19 13:30

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