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You both know damn well he's innocent.
He plead guilty and took responsibility for his actions in his written plea agreement.
Since new evidence shows he was forced into signing plea, he should be free to go.

I'll ask you the same question I asked candycorn: If I kill someone, but I plant your fingerprints on murder weapon, are you guilty of murder?

The c*nt never replied, and you probably wont neither.
 

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"Mr. Flynn accuses the government of suppressing certain information and alleges improprieties regarding the circumstances leading up to his guilty plea— including allegations of misconduct by the FBI, DOJ, and the Special Counsel’s Office—that, in his view, call into question the entire investigation, raise ethical concerns, warrant findings of civil contempt, and demand dismissal. See Def.’s Br., ECF No. 109 at 4-17; see also Def.’s Reply, ECF No. 134 at 2-5. Mr. Flynn, however, fails to explain how most of the requested information that the government has not already provided to him is relevant and material to his underlying offense—willfully and knowingly making materially false statements and omissions to the FBI, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1001(a)(2)—or to his sentencing. See generally Def.’s Br., ECF No. 109 at 4-17. The Court first considers Mr. Flynn’s requests and the parties’ arguments, then analyzes Mr. Flynn’s request for classified information, and concludes that Mr. Flynn has failed to establish a single Brady violation. Before turning to the specific requests, the Court will address the ethical concerns with Mr. Flynn’s brief and Mr. Flynn’s misapplication of Brady and its progeny."
Apparently that's from your Lawfare article which we already know is a hardcore leftist heap of propaganda.
 

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Flynn’s attorney: "I am fed up with everybody that’s trying to hide the truth." This time referring to Senator Mark Warner in particular..

Uhhh...

Didn't his client plead guilty to a felony?
Yes. He was forced to do so by an unlawful abuse of government power by corrupt Democrats.

But you knew that, and approved of it.
 

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This is only one example of how Barr needed to distort the truth to come with what is a dishonest pile of shit to rationalize dropping the charges against Flynn.

 

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Apparently that's from your Lawfare article which we already know is a hardcore leftist heap of propaganda.
Said the brainwashed zombie because....................he can't factually refute a word in Lawfare's article.
 

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This stuff is just crushing you Trumpletards.

"Mr. Flynn cites United States v. Nelson, 979 F. Supp. 2d 123, 135-36 (D.D.C. 2013) in which the court held that a guilty plea was not voluntary and knowing because the prosecution suppressed exculpatory evidence before the defendant pled guilty. Def.’s Sur-Surreply, ECF No. 135 at 13-14. Consistent with Nelson, this Court’s Standing Brady Order requires the government to “produc[e], during plea negotiations, any exculpatory evidence in the government’s possession.” Order, ECF No. 20 at 2-3 (footnote omitted). Nelson, however, lends no support to Mr. Flynn’s position that he was entitled to Brady evidence before he was formally charged in this case. Moreover, Mr. Flynn does not deny that the government provided him with documents before he signed the Plea Agreement, and Mr. Flynn and defense counsel participated in five voluntary interviews with the government in November 2017."
 

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Flynn’s attorney: "I am fed up with everybody that’s trying to hide the truth." This time referring to Senator Mark Warner in particular..

Uhhh...

Didn't his client plead guilty to a felony?
No, he was forced to confess to a felony by jack booted government thugs doing the bidding of asshole Democrats.
 

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Read how Judge Sullivan methodically dismantles Powell's duplicitous motions. It's very enjoyable.

"Next, Mr. Flynn claims that he is entitled to inculpatory evidence “to evaluate the government’s allegations against him and to determine how to proceed.” Def.’s Br., ECF No. 109 at 7. Under Brady, however, “the Government has no duty to disclose evidence that is neutral, speculative, or inculpatory, or evidence that is available to the defense from other sources.” United States v. Pendleton, 832 F.3d 934, 940 (8th Cir. 2016); cf. United States v. Martinez, 764 F. Supp. 2d 166, 169 (D.D.C. 2011) (observing that “a defendant only has a right to receive from the government exculpatory information, not inculpatory information”).'
 
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No, he was forced to confess to a felony by jack booted government thugs doing the bidding of asshole Democrats.
Democrats who, oh by the way were withholding
exculpatory evidence that the Mueller investigation had no predicate and was a witch hunt like the president repeatedly said.
 
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No, he was forced to confess to a felony by jack booted government thugs doing the bidding of asshole Democrats.
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Can't you nitwits find anyone who can make a cogent argument?
 

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Democrats who, oh by the way were withholding
exculpatory evidence that the Mueller investigation had no predicate.
There is no argument you can make that I can't expose as complete fiction.

"The Justice Department’s motion to dismiss the case against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is flawed in many ways, but one of its weakest arguments is that the investigation of Flynn was not properly “predicated.” This argument not only lacks merit—it also opens the door to the same frivolous argument from future defendants in other criminal cases. And it creates a dangerous incentive that could dissuade the FBI from fulfilling its duty to fully investigate criminal and national security threats."

Why the Flynn Interview Was Predicated
 

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No, he was forced to confess to a felony by jack booted government thugs doing the bidding of asshole Democrats.
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Can't you nitwits find anyone who can make a cogent argument?
You realize your posts are routinely laughed at right. :itsok: When the federal government intentionally bankrupts you and threatens to go after your kid if you don't confess that's coercion pea brain.
 
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Democrats who, oh by the way were withholding
exculpatory evidence that the Mueller investigation had no predicate.
There is no argument you can make that I can't expose as complete fiction.

"The Justice Department’s motion to dismiss the case against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is flawed in many ways, but one of its weakest arguments is that the investigation of Flynn was not properly “predicated.” This argument not only lacks merit—it also opens the door to the same frivolous argument from future defendants in other criminal cases. And it creates a dangerous incentive that could dissuade the FBI from fulfilling its duty to fully investigate criminal and national security threats."

Why the Flynn Interview Was Predicated
That's just the interview. We know now that he was already being spied on genius.
 

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Democrats who, oh by the way were withholding
exculpatory evidence that the Mueller investigation had no predicate.
There is no argument you can make that I can't expose as complete fiction.

"The Justice Department’s motion to dismiss the case against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is flawed in many ways, but one of its weakest arguments is that the investigation of Flynn was not properly “predicated.” This argument not only lacks merit—it also opens the door to the same frivolous argument from future defendants in other criminal cases. And it creates a dangerous incentive that could dissuade the FBI from fulfilling its duty to fully investigate criminal and national security threats."

Why the Flynn Interview Was Predicated
Your Lawfare propaganda proves nothing.
 

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