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Mueller and the Brady rule for exculpatory evidence


Sidney PowellRemarkably, but not surprisingly to those who have read my book, Mueller has thumbed his nose at Judge Sullivan’s order. He produced only a 302 created by his own squad seven months later from his own agent’s interview of none other than the infamous, fired-for-bias, disgraced, Trump-loathing, former Agent Peter Strzok — the guy who swore he’d “stop” President Trump and devised “an insurance policy” with his mistress Lisa Page and Deputy Director Andrew McCabe in case Trump won the election. We are watching Mueller execute that insurance policy by the day.

The evidence indicates Mueller has destroyed or is suppressing Brady material. There was an original 302 created within five days — by FBI protocol — of the Jan. 24, 2016 ambush interview of General Flynn by two agents — Strzok and Special Agent Joe Pientka. It is mentioned in the Strzok-Page text messages and on page four of the recrafted 302 Mueller filed. Comey read the original 302 before he was fired.

If you take into account the missing 302s from the Flynn case, the missing texts from Strzok's phone while he was working for the special counsel, the missing notes from interviewing Mifsud, Mueller may well have destroyed more evidence of criminal behavior than he prosecuted.

This entry was published Tue Sep 03 08:47:33 CDT 2019 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2019-07-29 13:57:47.0. [Tweet]

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