Amicus filed in Flynn case, assisted by attorney for a material witness

Gleeson filed his amicus brief in the Flynn case. No surprise, he's arguing that the dismissal should be denied and alleges without evidence that it is a pressure campaign by Trump for political purposes. (Clue: Trump is President and doesn't need pressure campaigns; he can validly issue orders if he so chooses. Barr has denied both orders and pressure campaigns.)

Notably, Gleeson was assisted in his brief by colleague David O'Neil, who is representing ex-DOJ official Sally Yates. Yates is a material witness to the events of the Flynn case and clearly has personal interests in how it is resolved.

This entry was published Sun Sep 13 01:44:20 CDT 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-09-13 01:44:20.0. [Tweet]

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