Special Counsel Mueller asks for Another Delay in Flynn Sentencing – Judge Sullivan Appears Annoyed…

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has asked for yet another delay in the sentencing of former National Security Advisor General Mike Flynn.


The Friday filing indicates the Special Counsel requests the court to begin preparation of a pre-sentencing report.  Lawyers for both sides proposed a status update of Aug. 24th.

However, later, in a minute-order, Judge Emmet Sullivan ordered the parties to explain by noon Monday July 2nd, the reason why the Court should depart from the normal practice of getting all the sentencing issues/dates done at the same time. (h/t Techno Fog)



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441 Responses to Special Counsel Mueller asks for Another Delay in Flynn Sentencing – Judge Sullivan Appears Annoyed…

  1. Dutchman says:

    Actually, I believe it is the Bar association, that would revoke a lawyers licence.
    Judge Ellis did not refer lawyers to Bar, for possible disbarrment, in Ted Stevens case, only required they go thru ‘ethics re-training’, a hand slap or insult.

    So, he is restrained, even when p.o.’d, no Judge Judy, or Jeanine, unfortunately.


  2. American says:

    Free Flynn! Free Tommy! End the witch hunt!

    Liked by 5 people

  3. CA M says:

    All the judge has to do is tell Mueller that he has to pay for Flynn’s attorney costs and see how fast this thing gets dropped.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. mikedmccoy says:

    The issue in the Flynn case is the difference between “exculpatory evidence” and “insculpatory evidence” The former requires the prosecutor to present the evidence used to bring an accusation of a crime and the latter is the evidence used by the prosecutor to prove charges against the accused. Mueller knows the evidence to prove the guilt of MIchael Flynn is spurious and has his ass in a sling if he opens the investigation to the full light of day. This would would reveal the deep corruption within the FBI and DOJ. This whole matter is a grave miscarriage of justice.

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  5. Mashall says:

    To those who know, friendly reminder…
    To those who don’t….1984 is in your reading assignment.

    “O’Brien is the arrogant Police State element that is Srzok, Yates, Comey, McCabe, Lynch Rosenstein.

    They are the actual POLICE STATE that monitor and listen in on your phone conversations that you have with other Americans, with or without a warrant.
    What are you going to do about it?
    Meanwhile Comey smiles…..

    Liked by 3 people

    • Mashall says:

      It is a cold hard fact that I wish I didn’t have to remind you of…

      Liked by 4 people

    • JohninMK says:

      It appears, according to a press release reported on by The Hill on Thursday, that the Police State data collection HQ, otherwise known as the NSA, is trying to reassure you Americans that, whilst it might have broken the law in monitoring your conversations since 2015, this was not down to malice but “technical irregularities” and that in May this year it deleted that data. Presumably after checking it out first, by accident.

      So all is now OK.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      In due time, Marshall. Lets see what Huber produces.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Kathy M says:

    If Flynn is falsely charged, Sundance, do you believe Trump will pardon him immediately? I sure hope so if the case is not dropped as it should. Do you have a scoop on why exactly these delays keep happening? Is it a good sign for Flynn?

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    • cali says:

      3Kathy M: Flynn should never have been charged and a pardon by president Trump would never erase the doubt about the guilt of Mike Flynn.
      On the contrary Flynn was falsely charged using altered 302’s and entrapment that is a criminal action on Mueller and his team part. They should drop the case and be required by the court not only to reimburse the Flynn family but also pay additional damages which Flynn earned

      What happened to Flynn happens in a Banana Republic but not in the United States of America. Mueller has indicted innocent men before who currently serving long prison sentences. That is unacceptable. He should be disbarred because he used his badge for malfeasance as an officer of the law.
      Mueller needs to finally face his long earned comeuppance!

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      • mutantbeast says:

        That should have happened 25 yrs ago. Muletrud never should have been FBI director in the first place.

        Liked by 5 people

      • David b says:

        Flynn is going to sue a civil lawsuit regardless of what comes out. As most of the people that have been wrapped up in any “lying” charges. It’s going to take 4 or 5 years, and by then we will have all forgotten, but Flynn and the rest WILL be paid millions in tax dollars for the acts committed upon them.


  7. Joshua says:

    [1] My knee jerk reaction to this was the same as many (political effect – Note: this implicitly assumes mueller also, like his former agency the F.B.I., likes to influence political elections):
    Closer to the election = more bang for buck.

    [2] Mental Note: Andrew McCabe.
    (See bottom)

    [3] My tertiary reaction was more a legal curiosity:
    Given the 302 rumors… could this blow up on Mueller if Flynn goes to prison and the rumors are true ? Can Flynn “get out” and thus cement mueller as a witch hunter for all history? And what’s with this PSIR?

    – I spent some time on the web as I’m not a lawyer, cause I wanted to know: Can a plea even be “appealed” in any case? If so, can it in this one, if 302’s are falsified?

    I Read a lot of interesting stuff. think I got my answer – started thinking about the constitutionality of pleas in general after reading SCoTUs opinions on them. Quite interesting stuff tbh. Some argue they undermine right to trial by jury and pose a danger for prosecutorial abuse. Really echos concerns about the authorization, scope, and frankly, the behavior of this particular special council – I think something is not right about it.

    Mueller has unlimited resources, unlimited prosecutorial power, unlimited investigatorial scope, and no limiting oversight ( remember rosenstein does not care to read FiSa warrants he signs off on – “if they did something wrong congress should go ask them”. One of the many take-aways I got from the hearing yesterday was that rosy is simply the WRONG guy to have sole oversight over mueller.) the twitter thread by the lawyer linked on previous comments page basically has it – he’s an Inquisitor.

    In my non-legal opinion, the scope needs to be limited somehow. For it to be literally “and anything found during the investigations” along with unlimited investigative “resources”, in this digital age, is just too much. Couple that with the prosecutorial power of the federal govt. and … well, not hard to imagine plea deals being used basically as coercion under those conditions. Flip x flip y … flip Z =? justice by any means.

    Then I Had dinner and now I’m late and I think much has been commented on already – such wonderful generous and knowledgeable people here! I should have just kicked back and waited. Anyway, I may reply to myself later for fun with details, BUT….

    – my answer was NO.
    Flynn cannot get out of this plea after sentencing. New evidence will not change the fact he swore to lieing in the plea deal. Though he can withdraw his plea before sentencing (if he wants to go to trial and can “show the judge a just and fair reason for the withdrawal”, which shouldn’t be a problem if rumors are true).

    The plea agreement itself, written by the sc, basically accepts this ability and states the obvious consequences if Flynn does withdraw. It also requires Flynn to waive his right to appeal the sentence (this is a type 11(c)(1)(B) appeal – the court is not bound to the prosecutors sentencing reccomendations – and those recommendations are clearly still being held over Flynn’s head).

    The plea agreement also stipulates “your client agrees that sentencing in this case may be delayed until your client’s efforts to cooperate have been completed, as determined by the government,….”. So there it is, if Flynn wants the plea, that is why he is agreeing to the delays.

    – and what about this odd PSIR request by mueller ? Odd indeed. He has infinite resources I’m sure he doesn’t expect the probabtion officer to be able to dig up more dirt on Flynn and his associates than mueller himself could. I read that the interview and investigation process can be very invasive for the defendant, his family, and close acquaintances. Maybe mueller just wants to cause flynn more discomfort at the moment, idk.

    [2] But, real quick, back to McCabe.

    While it seems the most reasonable explanation for the delays is simply that (as Doppler commented above) Mueller is not done and still has use for Flynn, remember this:

    The inconvenient fact is that whatever Flynn gets McCabe gets back 3 – 5 fold, at least. Should be obvious. And there is a nothing the media or mueller can do about that.

    – Andy lied not just once, but thrice, to the FBI.
    strike 1
    – He also leaked to the media (big No no).
    strike eleventy
    – He was deputy frickin’ director of the Frickin FBI at the time (ikr – u can’t make this stuff up)
    steeeerike 1 million

    Mueller may have an aversion to seeing a deputy FBI director in federal prison garb. If Flynn goes, McCabe goes. The PSIR would include the sentencing recommendation used by the court and mueller would get to see this when it’s drafted.

    Apologies for typos, run-ons, and poor grammar: past my bed time.

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      Sleep is overrated.

      Liked by 2 people

    • f.fernandez says:

      I may be mistaken but the plea can be set aside if the Judge feels nefarious actions were taken by prosecutors.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      “Mueller may have an aversion to seeing a deputy FBI director in federal prison garb”

      And this could be an additional reason why:

      Andy McCabe (and Rod Rosenstein) handled the Vadim Mikerin “Uranium One” investigation and plea deal.
      Mueller was running an informant prior to the U1 deal’s approval.

      “The investigation was ultimately supervised by then-U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein, an Obama appointee who now serves as President Trump’s deputy attorney general, and then-Assistant FBI Director Andrew McCabe”


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      • digleigh says:

        Yep. I believe it is institutional cya for launching an investigation on faulty pretext ( foreign disinformation)/maybe violation of law ESPECIALLY during an election when the Pres. is campaigning for the opposite party!!!!( investigating before the official date July 2016 without probable cause too(sending in of provocateurs?!!) I also believe it is to cover up for themselves in the Hillary matter , and the uranium one deal….. They are fighting for their reps, and to stay out of jail!!( quite a good motivation to use mob-like tactics like Manafort raid ( extremely rare in white collar crimes/and almost unheard of raid on a President’s lawyer office/Cohen!!)

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    • TexasDude says:

      Uhm, he recant and/or say it was under duress.

      Confessions are never the only reason for conviction.

      Liked by 1 person

    • mutantbeast says:

      Flynn was the victim of entrapment. His rights were violated all over the place. That alone is cause to drop the chagres, not only that either. Flynn has every right to sue also. im not as lawyer, but I do have common sense. When it smells like crap it usually is.

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  8. Jim in TN says:

    Has anybody noticed that this repeated process of court appearances is still a massive drain on Flynn’s resources?

    What do lawyers do after they have bled their client dry and the case continues on? Are they obligated to continue regardless of their clients ability to pay? Do they dump him and turn him over to public defenders? Do they force him into bankruptcy?

    Liked by 3 people

    • rsmith1776 says:

      … and what if this is despicable Mueller’s actual intent?

      Defeating the witchhunt is not enough anymore. To put it in Robert de Niro terms, but less crass, down with Mueller is not enough at this point.

      Mueller has to pay in the justice system for all the lives he destroyed, for all the illegalities he committed, for all the corruption he condoned, created, and sponsored with public money.

      Liked by 1 person

      • digleigh says:

        M.O. apparently of Comey and Mueller, put Manafort in 2 courts (to cost him to have 2 teams, etc.???) drag things out to bankrupt defendents,? etc… May also be Weisman’s M.O.? Remember Brock’s playbook…..keep em in court , so they can’t function more or less…… Gowdy is right….BE DONE MUELLER….(YOU ARE BIASED , COMPROMISED, FRUIT OF THE POISONOUS(SCZROK /Page/Ohrs/GPS Fusion(Simpson and wife), Moyer, Cline…(sp.)/Halper/Misfud/Downer/Greenfield sp?/Gchq/Brennan, etc….) TREE, and any evidence you have of ANYTHING is compromised IMHO… You with your friends, Comey, Brennan, rosenstein and your lawyer (his wife Lisa) have wrecked the faith of (polling bt 60-84%) the American people who do NOT TRUST the hierarchy of our INTEL anymore!!! Schumer knew…..”be careful Trump , as the intel agencies know six ways to Sunday HOW to get BACK at you”! RUSSIA could not have done more damage!!!

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      • mutantbeast says:

        Dont forget,Mule turd costed the US taxpayer over $100 MILLION $ due to his false prosecutions involving infamous Boston mobster Whitey Bulger. 2 of the 4 men illegally prosecuted ended up dying in prison. That was even worse than whats happening to Flynn now.

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    • TexasDude says:

      Usually it’s a set fee unless it goes to trial then costs go up.

      There is a good reason lawyers can command very good $$.

      Some keep you out of jail or have better sentence. Others help you keep in regulatory conpliance, are good at legal research and negotiation, or can win civil cases reliably.

      I am not a lawyer, but have used their services on occasion.

      Liked by 1 person

    • mimbler says:

      They aren’t obligated to do anything once the checks start bouncing.

      Liked by 1 person

  9. TwoLaine says:

    Can you imagine trying to go to court with this case? Everyone who was involved has been fired, or has been clearly shown as biased and liars. Yates, Strzok, McCabe, Comey…. Degenerates, all of them. Yates crushing blow came this past week with the Supremes upholding the President’s Travel Ban, the one she put her “body on the line” for. 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

    • rayvandune says:

      No, couldn’t imagine it, unless of course, the courts were larded full of equally-corrupt judges appointed by previous Presidents who are Mueller’s political allies…

      Liked by 3 people

  10. HB says:

    I’m not big on the Go Fund Me crap, but if Flynn had the assets would that screw with Muellers game plan?

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Foxy says:

    Its easy to get bogged down in the legal complexities surrounding the Flynn case but let’s consider a simple fact – Sullivan has previously ordered SC to turn over the exculpatory evidence. We have to assume that this has occurred because the deadline has long since passed. Yet no change in the case or Sullivan’s treatment of either party to this issue. What does that tell you????

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  12. william elbel says:

    If Flynn is stupid enough to answer any FBI questions after Scooter Libby et al, then he NEEDS to be in prison to minimize infecting others with stupidity.

    Even crazy Hildebeest was smart enough not to answer FBI questions.

    Liked by 1 person

    • CNN_sucks says:

      Good point. Maybe Pence was correct on taking him out of the administration. He is a weak link. Easy to be coerce to submission.


      • Jederman says:

        “Maybe” is correct. You have no way of knowing what went down. Flynn is neither stupid nor weak.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Oldschool says:

          Is Flynn loyal?

          Liked by 1 person

          • President Trump knows everything Mueller is doing. When the special council investigation reaches it’s conclusion and they release the report it will be as close to the midterm election as possible. The plan is to confuse the electorate before all the charges can be refuted. We must remember that his enemies have accused President Trump of treason. He has no choice but to unleash the full power of the presidency upon his accusers. There will be major fireworks but DJR will come out of the battle unscathed.

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            • Oldschool says:

              That is quite a statement with no evidence to support it.


            • Joshua says:

              I don’t understand how we know that to be true. Can u please expound ?

              [It is my baseless supposition that he met with mueller simply to pick his brain about the the fbi and maybe the people surrounding – he needed to appoint new people and maybe many – I imagine that meeting ended awkawardly]. Did mueller contact rosenstein that night or the next day idk.

              One of the pieces I did not add in my comment above is that flynn could of course peruse an appeal later on constitutional grounds. I would have to type more and I’m tired again. But the precedent is there for his plea deal to be accepted as valid. He would have to show anew that this general situation (not instance – as the supremes don’t care about one offs – remember :.•I have to pay for insurance or pay – or pay…..” rights indeed ) is a violation of his constitutional rights. I read the Brady opinion. This does not directly apply BUT this is exactly the type of case the supremes were worries about – if the stakes were higher ? Do stakes matter ?

              This is of course all useless blather. Though the ACLU will never contact him, judicial watch has for sure. So the best minds are on it – we only need sit back and enjoy the show.


  13. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    If Flynn just decides just to put up with all the blatant illegalities that appear to be present in his situation. Conflicts of interest, false accusations by his interrogators, falsified (or missing) documents pertinent to his case, possible illegal surveillance If he just let this whole mess run it’s course and if it comes crashing down. Which is what many of the optimists here predict. Won’t he be able to sue the government for millions?

    Liked by 1 person

  14. william elbel says:

    Even I, as an Appalachian hill billy, knows it is not a good idea to answer ANY FBI questions, so any one who does perhaps could invoke an ignorance excuse, but that is hard to swallow in a 2017 time frame.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. John says:

    The independent counsel is biding time to see if the House is going to change. That’s why the Flynn delay is going on. Flynn is a game of chicken. If he goes to jail for a day, Trump is going to declassify and pardon him. Expose Mueller team bias and get rid of special counsel with good justification. In the meanwhile the special counsel strengthens Trumps base. Mueller not in a good place.

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  16. Bill Henslee says:

    My concern about the delay is that Mueller may be planning an October surprise by having all the sentencing on Fllynn and Pappadopolous done just before the Nov. elections to help the Dems spread crap about the President.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Oldschool says:

      We would be quite naive to think there aren’t big plans in the making from mueller and the swamp. Sure hope POTUS has a plan. To date, he’s rolled with the punches. Not sure that will work if they go nuclear.

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  17. Yeah, that’s the plan.


  18. Fools Gold says:

    Seen a tweet this morning from imperial Rex which states Muller and RR were exposed and were converted black hats who have been working since way back to expose and blow everything out of the water. His theory is both are working for Trump and Trump converted them. I’ve heard this theory before here. Would love to hear thoughts on that theory again today. If true it would certainly end the democraps party forever so to speak and would be my idea of what big ugly looks like.

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    • Oldschool says:

      My thoughts on all of it, SHOW ME


    • Newhere says:

      I don’t think the theory relies on the notion that either has been “converted.” It just requires that they act in self-interest/self-preservation.

      Following this line of thought requires being very careful to separate *what is actually in the relevant legal documents* — i.e., the scope of the investigation as set out in RR’s SC authorization, and the indictments and other actual legal filings that comprise the record and which are the only credible window into what’s going on here. Everything else is pure speculation. Including even the notion that Mueller is investigating obstruction. The closest to a credible source on that was the “leaked” set out questions to Trump that seemed to indicate interest in obstruction. But that was an unsourced leak and therefore not credible.

      So, here’s my point: Mueller’s mandate as tasked and defined by Rosenstein is to investigate Russia interference in the 2016 election and any coordination with the Trump campaign, and any other matters arising therefrom or other issues with further permission from RR. That is ALL WE KNOW. (Another part of the authorization was redacted, which may task other areas of investigation, which could cut any direction).

      So, if you’re Mueller, and you’re pursuing Russian interference and links to Trump, where exactly does that lead? EVEN IF his objective is to ensnare Trump in SOMETHING — we all know where this line of investigation goes: it runs right into FISA abuse, illegal spying, Intel community lying and cover-up, etc. Those are the facts. That’s where an honest investigation under Mueller’s *existing mandate* takes him.

      So does he need to be “converted” to run the investigation on the up-n-up and “follow the facts wherever they lead”? Not necessarily. He just needs to calculate that the truth is coming out one way or another, the walls are closing in, and he has a choice. Go down with the ship, or as Nunes put it, actually be part of the clean up crew rather than the cover up. He just has to realize that self-preservation requires that he run an honest investigation.

      When you read the actual legal documents, it’s possible that this is exactly what Mueller is doing. Remember, all the conduct at issue in the Manafort indictment pre-dates his actual stint on the Trump campaign; in fact, the conduct spans about a decade prior, during which time Manafort was closely associated with McCain (ran his 2008 campaign) and closely associated with the Podesta Group (company #2 in the indictment). Tony Podesta resigned the day after Manafort was indicted, and the Podesta Group quickly went under. The actual FACTS here are much more suggestive of trouble pointing to McCain and Clinton’s orbit than Trump’s — both of whom we know played a part in the Fusion GPS saga.

      Again, Mueller doesn’t have to be a “white hat” and could have been doing his best most of the time to smear Trump, stalling for time or trying to find something to pin on him — but he hasn’t been able to stop the simultaneous revelation of facts that are on a collision course with his Trump-Russia mission. He is not dumb. He may be taking it as far as he can, knowing things are turning the other way and that survival requires that in the end he be part of clean up.

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      • Fools Gold says:

        Great comment Newhere. The FISA issue (when proven true by IG) puts Muller in a pickle which is why he’s stalling on Flynn. In my view his only option for survival Is getting out in front of it by exposing these crimes himself and linking himself to the report.

        Either way I believe the BIG UGLY is coming and we can all Thank our Great POTUS and then let Sessions clean up that crooked town one by one as he was meant to do.

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  19. Donzo says:

    Why have we no indictments from Huber after all these months? You’d think he has enough evidence to publicly announce at least one.


  20. Donna in Oregon says:

    Any Grand Jury indictments by Huber? American Thinker…

    April 30, 2018
    Indictments Are Comey…er, Coming
    By William L. Gensert


    Liked by 1 person

    • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

      Unfortunately that article was written before the author discovered that there was NO political bias involved in ANY decisions. None, Nada, Zilch, Zero. Just a few grumblebunnies in DOJ/FBI doing their job without enough sleep. A few letters will be sent home to their parents and these shenanigans won’t happen again!
      By gum.


  21. Donna in Oregon says:

    Those of us waiting for the Uranium One indictments know that the Podesta Bros were heavily involved in Uranium One. Mueller let Podesta Group skate, Tony Podesta just gave up his company while Manafort was indicted, and is locked up until his trial.

    From this Article: Panama Papers Reveal Clinton’s Kremlin Connection
    John and Tony Podesta aren’t fooling anyone
    By John R. Schindler • 04/07/16 1:00pm

    “The revelations of the so-called Panama Papers that are roiling the world’s political and financial elites this week include important facts about Team Clinton. This unprecedented trove of documents purloined from a shady Panama law firm that arranged tax havens, and perhaps money laundering, for the globe’s super-rich includes juicy insights into how Russia’s elite hides its ill-gotten wealth.”

    “Almost lost among the many revelations is the fact that Russia’s biggest bank uses The Podesta Group as its lobbyist in Washington, D.C. Though hardly a household name, this firm is well known inside the Beltway, not least because its CEO is Tony Podesta, one of the best-connected Democratic machers in the country. He founded the firm in 1998 with his brother John, formerly chief of staff to President Bill Clinton, then counselor to President Barack Obama, Mr. Podesta is the very definition of a Democratic insider. Outsiders engage the Podestas and their well-connected lobbying firm to improve their image and get access to Democratic bigwigs.”


    Who was running the FBI, and the FBI informant Mr. Campbell at that critical vote to let Uranium One be sold to the Russians? Why Mr. Mueller of course.

    It’s in the Panama Papers….they couldn’t keep everything quiet.


    And here is where Mr. Mueller shows his hand. His black hand of corruption:


    Enter Mr. James Comey, Mueller’s replacement. Former big shot at HSBC bank, served on the board of directors of HSBC Holdings until July 2013 and here is his connection to the Clinton Cartel:

    “This is not the first time that offshore accounts that figure into the Clinton’s Global Financial Network have been exposed. Two years ago a Swiss whistleblower released the names of the super-rich who held Swiss accounts via the bank HSBC. As an earlier investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists revealed, up to $81 million has flowed to the Clinton Foundation via Swiss accounts. As the investigation revealed, Swiss accounts were held by numerous Clinton donors.”

    Jeffrey Epstein, the controversial financier and convicted sex offender, held money in a HSBC Swiss account. He contributed $25,000 to the Clinton Foundation.


    And then we see how the money is laundered and how the FBI Directors are so important to this process:

    Panama Papers: HSBC helped rich clients register more than 2,300 shell companies, leak report says

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  22. it’s a fitting gift that the Federal Bureau of Insubordination’s sloppy crappy phony cases were handed off to the guy who created the FBI culture problem in the first place. No longer can former FBI Director Mueller pass off poor FBI work product to DOJ prosecutors. These sham prosecutions are falling apart in Mueller’s hands. Reap what you sow. This hot mess will be Mueller’s legacy.

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  23. Jay J says:

    It is simple Mueller doesn’t want Flynn pardoned the minute after the sentence is laid down. So therefore delay the sentence.


  24. Anonymous says:

    Dismiss the charges or pardon Flynn– it’s clear the whole thing is crap now.


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