Gen. Michael Flynn Due in Court Today — First Appearance Since Lawyers Petitioned Court to Hold Mueller Gang in Contempt

General Flynn has a real fighter in his attorney Sidney Powell and she is rightfully demanding the Mueller gang be held in contempt.  Powell is right no matter what the far left New York Times‘ ‘Russia Collusion’ reporters say.

General Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell filed a BOMBSHELL motion in his case on Friday night per investigative reporter Will Chamberlain from Human Events.  The Deep State Mueller gang are finally being outed for the crooks that they are and the crimes they committed by Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell:

Mueller’s goons withheld Brady material which is not surprising since they did the same back in the 2000’s in their Enron related cases as noted in Powell’s “License to Lie“.

Powell argues that the Deep State Mueller gang led by the most corrupt DOJ attorney in US history, Andrew Weissmann, withheld information pertinent to their case:

 

The Mueller – Weissmann gang tried to slip in some documents in some late reporting that were very important to the case and yet they claimed they were no big deal:

The Mueller – Weissmann gang isn’t happy so they worked with the far left NYT to conjure up a slanderous rebuttal:

Here Chamberlain discusses the NYT’s slanderous hit-piece:

Today General Flynn and his attorney have scheduled a conference with US District Judge Emmet Sullivan to discuss Flynn’s cooperation with prosecutors and whether the two sides are ready to set a sentencing date.


Attorney Sidney Powell is expected to push back on this entire process.

PBS reported:

U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan has scheduled a conference for Tuesday morning to discuss Flynn’s cooperation with prosecutors and whether the two sides are ready to set a sentencing date.

Flynn was supposed to be sentenced last December for lying to the FBI about his December 2016 conversations with the Russian ambassador to the United States. But the sentencing hearing was abruptly cut short after Flynn, facing a sharp rebuke from Sullivan that raised the prospect he could be sent to prison, asked that he be allowed to continue cooperating with prosecutors in hopes of earning credit toward a lighter punishment.

Since then, he has changed lawyers and hired a new legal team led by Sidney Powell, a conservative commentator and former federal prosecutor who has been an outspoken critic of Mueller’s investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.

In a court filing, Powell accused Justice Department prosecutors of withholding evidence that she says would be favorable to the defense.

She said prosecutors had engaged “in even more malevolent conduct in the prosecution” of Flynn than in the case of the late Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens, which Sullivan threw out a decade ago after determining that prosecutors had withheld information from the senator’s defense team.

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