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Flynn's motion to compel production of Brady material


Flynn's sur-reply is now available. Third-party observers have posted a summary. The bottom line -- for which Flynn's lawyer produces copious evidence and demands more be produced by the prosecution -- is that the FBI deliberately entrapped Flynn and then pressured him to plead guilty. The easy way out is for the government -- either the court or the prosecution -- dismiss the case. Until they do, Flynn is entitled to the evidence that points towards his innocence; and we in the peanut gallery will get the benefit of that evidence and what it reveals to us about SpyGate in the process.

Oh, and there are even more shenanigans in the Flynn case. They appear to be lying about the "notes" and possibly trying to pass off a handwritten draft as contemporaneous notes.

And this legal process bears further fruit. It even convinced a CNN commentator that there's something to SpyGate after all.

The FederalistThe Federalist has learned that the now-outed CIA and FBI informant Stefan Halper served as a source for Washington Post reporter David Ignatius, providing more evidence that the intelligence community has co-opted the press to push anti-Trump conspiracy theories. In addition, an email recently obtained by The Federalist from the MI5-connected Christopher Andrew bragging that his long-time friend Ignatius has the “‘inside track’ on Flynn” adds further confirmation of this conclusion.

Svetlana Lokhova, the Russian-born English citizen and Soviet-era scholar, told The Federalist that she only realized the significance of her communications with and about Ignatius following the filing of attorney Sidney Powell’s reply brief in the Michael Flynn case.

So, basically, Halper was:

1) Inviting Russians to events
2) Sitting those Russians next to Flynn
3) Reporting Flynn for being too close to Russians
4) Telling the media, probably falsely, that the Russian was an agent
5) Getting paid millions for crap work for the Obama government

One question I have not seen answered: Who was paying him for that crap work? Sure, we know it was "the government"... but who specifically? Let's follow that thread.

This entry was published Wed Nov 06 09:45:47 CST 2019 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2019-11-04 22:13:59.0. [Tweet]

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