Michael Flynn


ichael Flynn is the victim of one of the worst miscarriages of justice in modern times —an innocent man who was unfairly targeted by the FBI, wrongfully prosecuted by special counsel Robert Mueller, and coerced into a guilty plea under threat.

New court documents finally handed over to Flynn’s lawyer contain exculpatory evidence that has been long sought, yet concealed until now.  The charge against him should be dismissed.  Then, he should sue the very people and government that persecuted him under the pretext of a legitimate prosecution.

The unvarnished truth is that the retired Army Lt. Gen. and former National Security Adviser never did anything wrong and committed no crimes.  He was set-up by unscrupulous FBI officials, then relentlessly pursued by Mueller’s team of overzealous prosecutors who were desperate to show that President Trump and his campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election.

The unvarnished truth is that the retired Army Lt. Gen. and former National Security Adviser never did anything wrong and committed no crimes.

Of course, no such conspiracy with Moscow ever existed.  It was a fantasy built on sand of Russian disinformation and lies. The FBI knew it but didn’t care.  As I wrote in a column as far back as 2018, the FBI lied to Flynn to ensnare him in the crime of making a false statement, even though Flynn did not lie at all about his perfectly legal and appropriate conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

In my 2019 book, Witch Hunt: The Story Of The Greatest Mass Delusion In American Political History, I laid out the evidence of Flynn’s innocence.  Specifically, here is the FBI summary report on the interview of Flynn conducted by two bureau agents, including the notorious Peter Strzok.  It is dated July 19, 2017:

“Throughout the interview, Flynn had a very ‘sure’ demeanor and did not give any indicators of deception. Strzok and (redacted FBI agent) both had the impression at the time that Flynn was not lying or did not think he was lying.”

So, how is it possible to charge someone with lying to the FBI when the only witnesses —the two agents— determined that the person they interviewed did not lie?  The answer is quite simple: you cannot bring such a prosecution.  Yet, Mueller did it anyway.  The goal was to put pressure on Flynn to say something incriminating about Trump, even if that meant inventing a story that prosecutors wanted to hear.

There is no indication that Flynn did this. But he did plead guilty to making a false statement.  Why did he cop a plea? Because Mueller crushed him financially and threatened to take legal action against the retired general’s son.  It was classic intimidation by ruthless prosecutors.

Before being sentenced, Flynn changed course and hired new defense attorneys, including former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell.  Armed with better counsel, Flynn has been trying to convince a federal judge to allow him to withdraw his guilthttps://www.scribd.com/document/458158482/SUPPLEMENT-TO-MR-FLYNN-S-MOTION-TO-DISMISS-FOR-EGREGIOUS-GOVERNMENT-MISCONDUCT plea citing “bad faith” on the part of prosecutors.

Powell has waged an intense (and skilled) legal battle to get the government to turn over the exculpatory evidence that has long been hidden and is required under law (Brady v. Maryland) to be produced. Prosecutors and the FBI stonewalled, at one point claiming that the original witness report of Flynn’s interview (known as a FD-302) was “missing.”  Right.

Fortunately, Attorney General William Barr ordered a review of the Flynn case, and guess what?  Exculpatory documents have suddenly and magically been found.  They were never missing, just buried by the FBI in a black hole of calumny and cover-up.

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Michael Flynn

The material is still under protective seal so that the public cannot yet read its contents.  However, Powell has access and offered this insight in a court filing:

“This afternoon, the government produced to Mr. Flynn stunning Brady evidence that proves Mr. Flynn’s allegations of having been deliberately set up and framed by corrupt agents at the top of the FBI.  The government deliberately suppressed this evidence from the inception of this prosecution —knowing there was no crime by Mr. Flynn.”

The case against Flynn was originally conceived by FBI Director James Comey and Assistant Director Andrew McCabe under the phony pretense of a Logan Act violation, which had no relevance or application.  Once appointed as special counsel, Mueller accepted the baton and pursued the case against Flynn with a vengeance.

It is now beyond dispute that Gen. Michael Flynn committed no crimes.  But, it appears that top FBI officials and prosecutors may have.  Evidence was concealed and justice obstructed. This is unconscionable behavior.

The charge against Flynn should be dismissed, allowing him to seek redress in civil court.  Moreover, U.S. Attorney John Durham should consider filing charges if the evidence shows that government officials breached their duty to uphold the law and abused their power to prosecute an innocent man.


  1. If this case is dismissed President Trump still has to pardon him & this would protect him against another trial by democrats.

  2. Yup. I do believe some big lawsuits are coming. Hopefully, several.

  3. The entire Flynn thing is a huge stain on the country. He MUST be cleared of all charges immediately. He should sue the heck out of everybody and become rich, people other than he – several – MUST go to jail in disgrace.

    AND LTG Flynn needs a new job – one where his leadership skills of guiding a large bureaucracy, and that in large part is an intel organization can be put to superb service.

  4. Deep State isn’t going to roll over that easy.

    Flynn is a pond minnow.
    Judge Emmit Sullivan can not be trusted to fulfill his judicial duties properly.
    I’m confident Sydney Powell is doing her best, but she will fail.

  5. lawyers tend to support their clients.

    has your opinion been proven?


  6. God will bless his socks off. That is how it works. Look how Job turned out!! Double blessing.

  7. Jensen should review all the others charged or in any way investigated by team Mueller, including and especially Roger Stone & George Papadopoulos.

  8. The prosecutor must have known about this. When is America going to remove immunity from prosecution for prosecutors, especially when involved in legal wrongdoing?

  9. This is disgraceful. And nothing short of arrest & prosecution of those responsible for this will be acceptable.

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