Skip to comments.Flynn Case Update – Reviewing Missouri U.S. Attorney Provides Exculpatory Evidence Under Seal…
Posted on 04/24/2020 9:31:16 PM PDT by bitt
A very interesting development that could prove to be quite important. Today Michael Flynns counsel received a letter from the DOJ notifying his defense the Missouri U.S. Attorney, who was brought in to review all of the evidence in the case, has delivered new evidence and information on the case filed under seal. Heres the letter:
Further reporting from Sean Davis at the Federalist gives some background on the sealed evidence that indicates the provided information is exculpatory. According to Daviss sources the internal investigative documents will reflect poorly on the FBI.
[ ] The new documents, which were filed under seal by the Department of Justice Friday, allegedly include exonerating evidence about Flynn, who pleaded guilty to lying to federal investigators about his conversations with foreign diplomats as Trumps top incoming foreign policy adviser and is currently attempting to withdraw his plea, as well as evidence of malfeasance by the FBI during its investigation of Flynn.
According to the FBI official who spoke to The Federalist, FBI general counsel Dana Boente led the charge internally against DOJs disclosure of the new materials. Boente, who briefly served as acting Attorney General after Trump became president, personally signed off on one of the federal spy warrants against former Trump campaign affiliate Carter Page.
The new documents, which were filed under a protective order by DOJ on Friday, will reflect poorly on the FBI, the official told The Federalist. It is not clear when, or even if, those documents will be unsealed and made available to the public for review. (read more)
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FBI doesn't really care what little people think about them. The judicial branch is virtually a rubber stamp for the DOJ. There is almost nothing they could do that is egregious enough to change that. If they framed Gen Flynn, falsified evidence, withheld exculpatory evidence, performed illegal searches, or anything else, then it was justified, oversight or a mistake and had no bearing on the prosecution. "First we F#%$ Flynn, then ..."
Solution. Fire Wray and put Flynn in charge of the FBI. Drain the swamp.
You might want to go with the Galapagos Fur Seal which weighs in as an adult at about 85 lbs; I suggest choosing a young one.
The FBI and other deep staters are home free now. They just have to drag their feet for six more months, and then, according to their hope, Trump will be defeated, and all of the cases built against deep staters and people in the Obama administration will be lost down the memory hole. Six months of foot-dragging is no sweat for that bunch. They’ve been dragging their feet for more than three years already with meaningless cases (Mueller, impeachment) and noncompliance with FOIA requests and court orders.
They just have to cheat enough in the election to make sure Trump is not re-elected. Since it’s life and death for them, there will be no holds barred.
Whether or not Trump is re-elected, he can pardon Flynn after the election if he so desires. What does Trump have to lose in either case?
Fucking nuke DC from orbit. Its the only way to be sure.
Ditto, including he swear.
Who said “First we F^*K Flynn, then....” I can’t remember who that quote is from.
How is it possible for the FBI agents to approach a citizen to interview them, and then use the evidence gained from the interview against said citizen without having read the citizen his/her Miranda rights? The FBI calls the record of the interview a 302. The FBI does not have to have a video or a recording of the meeting—just the notes of the agent/agents conducting the interview. How can this be?
During my career I experienced one of these interviews by two FBI agents (they have two so that they can corroborate each other—you may be alone) that came to my office cold turkey. They made it appear that they are just two good ole boys doing their job. I was totally ignorant that it was a federal offense to lie to a FBI agent. I did not have any intention of lying to them, but I could have made an honest mistake, and they could have easily made it appear that I was lying. I did have sense enough to call one of my subordinates that had daily intimate responsibility for the matter of interest to the FBI into my office to participate in the discussion. The interview proceeded, we answered all of their questions, they left and we never heard another word from anyone about the matter.
Here is the crux of the matter. Had the FBI agents advised me that anything I said from the time they entered my office could and would be used against me, then I would have requested the presence of an in-house attorney who was in the building a mere two floors below my office. The agents were very proficient at making it appear that I had nothing to worry about so that this did not happen.
The rules for the FBI to do a 302 should be changed to represent the changes in technology available today. Video cameras are so small and could be readily employed in any interview. A cell phone could suffice. Then the FBI would no longer be able to depend upon the notes of any agents to verify what transpired during the interview. if we as a society now almost universally require policemen to wear body cameras, then in a sense, so should the FBI. Period.
Just more “games:. This Special Counsel is supplying important evidence. It is helpful to Flynn. that is GOOD. Hiding them under seal is covering up for Prosecutors and the judge. That is NOT GOOD. A few more years and “we” may be allowed to know some of the corruption and coverups.
I agree with all you said. In the instant case, the 302’s have been altered. They have also been switched. Finally, the original 402’s have never been provided to Flynn. The Judge has a duty to correct these matters. Refuses to do so. Agent Pienkta has disappeared. Probably transderred to the Wuhan Office.
One of the great things about this Flynn crap is that very few informed people will look at the FBI the same way. If they have questions, then we will immediately infer that we’re a target, or potential target, and answer any questions that way - along with DEMANDING a recording of said questioning.
They basically disclosed their most effective tool against us ‘commoners’ in trying to get to Trump. We may not like it, but it may well all be worth it.
It was Andrew McCabe, James Comey’s Deputy Director.
the fact that the FBI can and will use these ‘302s’ against people, and will not even interview people if a recording device is present tells you all you need to know about their criminal organization.
I hear, “It was the upper echelon, a select few bad apples.”
No, I reject that. Where are the whistle blowers? The so-called every day field agents who witnessed wrong doing, yet chose to close ranks rather than tell the truth?
The supreme law enforcement agency in the land, those who supposedly protect Americans from all manner of corruption, threats has for quite sometime become a rogue agency and a threat to freedom and liberty.
Just my take...and I'm upset these corrupt cops would turn on their own countrymen...especially a military general with an outstanding record of service throughout his life.
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