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General Michael Flynn’s lawyers have formally accused agents in the upper echelon of the FBI and the Justice Department (DOJ) of railroading the onetime national security advisor. 

They allege DOJ prosecutor Brandon Van Grack cut a backroom deal with Flynn’s former defense team not to prosecute Flynn’s son — despite threatening Flynn with that prospect. 

The filing by Flynn attorneys Sidney Powell and Jesse Binnall states that the government suppressed this exculpatory evidence until April 24.

But that’s not all.

Per Townhall:

Flynn’s new brief alleges that federal agents hid evidence, conspired to create crimes for Flynn, conspired to get him fired, made baseless threats, engaged in unlawful side deals, and then attempted to cover it all up. Forgive me for the language, but this is some KGB-level sh*t. Sometimes there’s no better way to say something than to call it as it is. The Flynn prosecution sounds like something out of a Putin-playbook. When did the FBI turn into the KGB

“[P]artisan FBI and DOJ leaders conspired to destroy Mr. Flynn … deliberately suppressed this evidence from the inception of this prosecution knowing there was no crime by Mr. Flynn,” his defense team wrote boldly yet reservedly. Had Flynn kept his prior lawyers, who pled him guilty to the bogus accusations, we would have never known that FBI and DOJ officials played KGB games with unsuspecting Americans. Powell and Binnall have exposed government abuses of power that we have only previously seen in movies — “corrupt agents at the top of the FBI.” Flynn’s new defense team achieved the seemingly impossible: they drilled a hole in the Iron Curtain that has shielded the deep state from public scrutiny, giving us a peek at the “public servants” acting as unscrupulous puppeteers of our justice system.

According to The Federalist’s source, an FBI official, the documents produced to Flynn’s team “will reflect poorly on the FBI.” Well, talk about an understatement! America is not a playpen for the FBI, Mr. Secret Agent Man! 

Michael Flynn publicly declared his innocence after hiring the new defense team. “I am innocent of this crime, and I request to withdraw my plea,” is the essence of the Declaration he filed back in January. In it, he explains what happened and why. He took the plea because his former lawyers conveyed legal threats from the FBI and DOJ, “charges against me, my son, as well as the potential of a long term prison sentence.” A 15-year prison sentence, his lawyers said, plus “the Manafort treatment.” Flynn was intimidated by the dire prospects and did what he was advised by counsel to do in order to preserve his son’s freedom — he plead guilty. His former lawyers told him what to say and how to say it, and Flynn did as he was advised by the people he trusted. Little did he know, Flynn’s lawyers had other interests at heart, conflicting interests, to be precise. 

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RogCol
RogCol
5 months ago

Full pardon and restitution of legal expenses, along with damages. Worst travesty of justice in my lifetime.

Pat Hunsucker
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

Full restitution from the pockets of the guilty of this travesty, NOT the taxpayers. The corrupt need to pay!

Bill
Bill
5 months ago
Reply to  Pat Hunsucker

Absolutely AGREE.

A. D Roberts
5 months ago
Reply to  Bill

This is what I call BROWN SHIRT behavior. We saw it in Germany under Hitler. And we saw it in the “shutdown” during Obama, where government officials obeyed illegal orders and shut down memorials that had no gates or locks. So what do you do when those in authority obey illegal orders and arrest and jail the innocent. Like the Federal judge did Kim Davis, when she was obeying the law. Did that judge face any punishment? Of course not. Just like Hillary has not seen the inside of a jail.
All we have left is that GOD DOES NOT MAKE MISTAKES WHEN HE JUDGES.

Harry
Harry
5 months ago
Reply to  Pat Hunsucker

AMEN TO THAT!!!!

TEXOKANAR
TEXOKANAR
5 months ago
Reply to  Pat Hunsucker

DO NOT TRY TO NEW YORK US. Guilty should pay for what they did. Congress should pay for what they do also. Put some skin in the game and a lot of the stupid things demonrats come up with would stop… If they do not work for the people, fire them…. Special Interest Groups should not be allowed. Clean bills in the future only. Make this a law.

Rick and Kara the Patriots
Rick and Kara the Patriots
5 months ago
Reply to  TEXOKANAR

FREE Flynn and go after the liars in this case and then Free Roger Stone. ? From the desk of Rick and Kara the Patriots.

R.H
R.H
5 months ago

I agree ? go after the crooks.

Jon
Jon
5 months ago
Reply to  Pat Hunsucker

Absolutely.

Cecelia Henderson
Cecelia Henderson
5 months ago
Reply to  Pat Hunsucker

Like you, I’m sick and tired of paying for Democrats “witch hunts” that have done nothing but cost millions of dollars. Now, it looks like Nancy is taking out loans from Social Security to pay for her poor decisions.

Margie
Margie
5 months ago
Reply to  Pat Hunsucker

I agree! Restitution needs to be paid to General Flynn, knot by the tax payers, but by the guilty! They have been just like the KGB! Needs to be cleaned up the guilty need to be punished. HARSHLY!

Stephen Norman
Stephen Norman
5 months ago
Reply to  Pat Hunsucker

Flynn needs to be freed, exhonorated, repaid with ‘pain and suffering’ compensation. AND the creeps who set him up.need to go to gitmo.
There needs to be visible justice, anything less than gitmo puts the perps high up on the purge list.

Black Knight
Black Knight
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

It is time to shut down the fbi. Remove all agents and start over. They are as corrupt as the kgb.

Dan
Dan
5 months ago
Reply to  Black Knight

Any of them who protect the others in any way are also corrupt!

Liz
Liz
5 months ago
Reply to  Black Knight

Agree

Renata Collings
5 months ago
Reply to  Black Knight

And the SS put together. They are part of operation Paperclip, the ***** the Dulles brought to America after WWII. Same playbook, same evil.

Don
Don
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

Agreed….and jail time for the perps.

SHANA CHESLA
SHANA CHESLA
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

IMPLICATFULL PARDON. LOSS OF ATTORNEY/DOJ STAFF CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES
WITH FINES AND PRISON SENTENCES.

Harry
Harry
5 months ago
Reply to  SHANA CHESLA

Totally agree! Prison time etc for sure! Full restitution with DAMAGES paid by all who were involved or knew but didn’t whistleblow!

Marlene Jones
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

I TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU AND ALL AT THE TOP OF THE FBI MUST LOSE THEIR JOBS AND ALL THEIR FEDERAL BENEFITS?

Jon
Jon
5 months ago
Reply to  Marlene Jones

No retirement benefits and any book deal income is to go to the victim.

Marty
Marty
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

Maybe second worst travesty of Justice, Trumps treatment was far worse ! Collusion,
Obstruction, Stormy, impeachment, etc, but
NOTHING sticks! Clean out Dept of Justice,
FBI, CIA – Lock them ALL up for LIFE ! The whole way up to OBUMMER and his administration.

Justic4All
Justic4All
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

Agree …But the Lion;s share of the restitution should come directly from the pockets of the Mueller team and the scum at the top of the FBI and DOJ. Next they all should be indicted from subversion and locked up. Holder, Rice, Clinton and Obama.

Stephen Norman
Stephen Norman
5 months ago
Reply to  Justic4All

Yes.

Dan
Dan
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

And refoke his former defense lawyers for the rotten things they did to him. Very unprofessional…

Mae Dawson
Mae Dawson
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

Yes, and it needs to come out of the culprits pocket, NOT the taxpayer.

todd
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

Jail time, and revocation of lawyer licenses for any aall who conspired in this tavesty of justice.

Daniel from TN
Daniel from TN
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

A pardon is not enough. Flynn must be completely EXONERATED from the charges.
FYI – Pardon and exoneration are not the same thing.

BREN N TEXAS
5 months ago
Reply to  RogCol

AMERICANS WE HAVE TO TAKE BACK OUR AMERICA FROM THE EVIL CRIMINAL ACTS OF DEMOCRATS………………………..TO SOLVE AMERICAS PROBLEMS MAKE THIS CHOICE WE THE PEOPLE’ HAVE THE POWER OF OUR VOICES AND OUR VOTES, TO VOTE OUT THE ENTIRE LYING,CORRUPT, TREASONOUS DEMOCRAT PARTY COME NOV 2020, VOTE TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN AND TO END ALL CORRUPTIONS IN WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT
“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” (Isaiah 5:20).

MikefromTexas
MikefromTexas
5 months ago

The government needs to make him whole again.

Pat Hunsucker
5 months ago
Reply to  MikefromTexas

The corrupt people THEMSELVES should pay!

Bill
Bill
5 months ago
Reply to  MikefromTexas

NO, the DEEP State does, from PERSONAL funds, not taxpayer funds.

Vladilyich
Vladilyich
5 months ago

PLEASE! Do NOT compare the FBI with the former KGB. It is an insult to even think the FBI ever had the skill and competence of the Committee for State Security. Not even the FSB has developed the skills yet; they keep getting caught every couple of months, as does the CIA, FBI and even the NSA keeps getting nailed.

Neubie
Neubie
5 months ago
Reply to  Vladilyich

In 2016 that’s exactly what they were. Kgb