FLYNN CASE: Could Judge-Initiated Calender Change Indicate Good News For The General?

Written by Wes Walker on October 29, 2019

Last week, we saw Flynn’s lawyer make a motion to dismiss. Now the Judge canceled an upcoming hearing… is this good news?

From the very beginning, something seemed very ‘off’ about the case against General Flynn.

You know the people who couldn’t find enough wrongdoing with Hillary’s email case, and seem to have dropped the ball the sketchy foreign IT staffers in the Debbie Wasserman Schultz case where MASSIVE amounts of government information were compromised.

Those same keystone cops fell on Flynn like a ton of bricks — even though the original interview notes indicated he didn’t show any indication of attempts at deception.

But they claim he lied to the FBI, and that’s a VERY serious thing indeed. Serious enough to tie a General up with enough lawyer’s fees to cost him his life savings and force the sale of his home.

Pressure was put on him to plead guilty, and — for reasons we can guess at — he buckled.

And then he got himself a new lawyer… a feisty lawyer that dug deep into his case and discovered just HOW dirty the tricks the prosecution had played really were.

His lawyer put together the evidence to lay out how the prosecution had not only withheld evidence that would show the General’s innocence but — worse still — had manufactured and manipulated evidence to demonstrate guilt that the unaltered facts would otherwise have disproven.

Sara Carter is reporting that the Judge presiding over that case has made a significant calendar change.

In another dramatic turn of events U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan — who is overseeing the case of former National Security Advisor Army Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn–has canceled the upcoming November hearing based on an explosive brief submitted by Flynn’s defense attorney.

Sullivan stated in an order submitted Monday that “in view of the parties’ comprehensive briefing concerning [109] Defendant’s Motion to Compel Production of Brady Material, the Court cancels the motion hearing previously scheduled for November 5, 2019.”

The order to cancel is significant. Powell had filed a brief in response to federal prosecutors that claimed they had already given the defense team all the evidence that was required under the law. Her explosive response was made public last week and contained minimal redactions.

…according to documents, “overnight, the most important substantive changes were made to the Flynn 302.”

“Those changes added an unequivocal statement that ‘FLYNN stated he did not’—in response to whether Mr. Flynn had asked Kislyak to vote in a certain manner or slow down the UN vote. This is a deceptive manipulation because, as the notes of the agents show, Mr. Flynn was not even sure he had spoken to Russia/Kislyak on this issue. He had talked to dozens of countries.”
Source: SaraACarter