DOJ Reverses Course in FARA Case – Calls Flynn “co-conspirator”, Doesn’t Want Flynn Testimony – Judge Sullivan Intervenes…

Breakthrough – Things Making Sense Now…

Lots of things going on in/around the two legal cases involving Michael Flynn today.  The origination of the DOJ shift in position involves the indirect case (EDVA) where Flynn is/was a witness in the FARA (Foreign Agent Registration Act) case against Bijan Rafiekian and the Flynn Intel Group.

Hat Tip to Techno-Fog for a litany of legal filings assembled today [132 pages here].  This is somewhat complex to explain.

The direct case against Flynn (Judge Sullivan court – Washington DC), where Flynn copped a guilty plea for lying to FBI investigators, has a sentencing predicated on Flynn’s ongoing cooperation in the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA) case against Bijan Rafiekian and FIG (Flynn Intel Group).  However, in a stunning move today the DOJ prosecuting Rafiekian now says it will not call Flynn as a witness; and further the DOJ state they now consider Flynn an “unindicted co-conspirator”.

From court filings (on behalf of Flynn) we find the reason.  Michael Flynn refused a demand by the DOJ to testify that the Flynn Group FARA filing was completed with knowingly false information and contained “false statements”.

Michael Flynn refused to testify to this DOJ construct because the claim was not true.

Michael Flynn and his lawyers say there was no intentional filing of false information in the Flynn Group FARA submissions; and the FARA forms were submitted based on legal advice provided for their completion.  If there were mistakes in the FARA filing, they were not falsehoods and/or mistakes made purposefully or with purposeful intent.

When Flynn agreed to the plea for lying, he was agreeing with hindsight and accepting the government position that some of the material in the FARA submission was false.  However, Flynn did not admit that anything was intentionally false, but rather an outcome of mistakes made within a process that relied on legal advice.

(Source – pg 6)

It is worth noting here that Flynn lawyers call out former DOJ-NSD Official David Laufman for pressuring Flynn to sign the FARA submission; a FARA submission the DOJ would later claim contained false information.

The DOJ prosecutors wanted Flynn to say that he, the group and Bijan Rafiekian, knew the information on the FARA submissions was false.  Flynn refused; and would not testify to that falsehood in the case.  As a result the DOJ retaliated against Flynn by changing his position to a “co-conspirator” and cancelling his testimony.

The DOJ prosecutors don’t want Flynn to testify (no longer want his cooperation) because his testimony would undercut the foundation of their case against Bijan Rafiekian.

Here’s Flynn’s Filing:


So with Flynn’s cooperation now at issue in the secondary EDVA case, in the primary case against Flynn himself, Judge Sullivan (Washington, DC) wants some answers:

BACK TO EDVA – The lawyers for Bijan Rafiekian, also filed motions to dismiss the DOJ indictment based on the prosecutors inability to prove the Flynn Intel Group knowingly acted on behalf of the Turkish government.

Essentially Rafiekian is arguing the Flynn group were hired and advocating for private interests and they had no reason to belief the Turkish government was behind the contract.  This is the essential underpin for the FARA registration.  If the Flynn Group didn’t know they were contracted by a foreign government, they wouldn’t know how to fill out the FARA forms.

Here’s where it gets interesting and a picture starts to emerge.  It is possible, very possible, the DOJ-NSD using their legally authorized database and surveillance access, knew the background principals behind the Flynn Group contract were members of the Turkish Government. [DOJ-NSD head David Laufman knew]  However, Flynn, Rafiekian and their lawyers did not know; and therefore signed a FARA submission that was later shown to be false.

Yes, Laufman -representing the DOJ- knowingly pressured Flynn to sign a FARA submission while withholding evidence the DOJ would later use to prove the FARA submission contained materially false information.  That’s how it looks.

The same David Laufman who sat in on the Clinton email interview.  The same David Laufman who was FBI official Monica McLean’s lawyer when things got sketchy about her work with “beach friend” Christine Blasey-Ford…

… Yes, THAT David Laufman.

In a late breaking development, Judge Anthony Trenga (EDVA) ruled the DOJ has not presented evidence sufficient to establish “evidence of a conspiracy” for the purposes of admitting the hearsay statements of alleged co-conspirator (Flynn).

TECHNO: “Notably absent” from the DOJ’s proffer is “any evidence… that Flynn… has admitted that he made certain false statements in the FARA filing” that was part of the alleged conspiracy.


TECHNO: “the FARA statement and related filings do not reflect the existence of the alleged conspiracy to act as undisclosed Turkish agents”

TECHNO: Turkey funding – the US didn’t have the evidence. “the US may not argue or state to the jury that Turkey … funded the work by Flynn Intel Group under the contractual agreement”

Here’s the EDVA Ruling:


Bear with me…

Here’s what I THINK is going on…. Keep in mind we saw this in 2016, and we warned about something weird going on in the background, but we did not know what it was.

Now we have hindsight to overlay with our CTH warnings in late 2016 (Oct/Nov).

I suspect the DOJ-NSD knew Flynn was lobbying for clients closely related to the Turkish government.  I suspect Flynn was already under Title-3 surveillance (confirmed by Mueller report) and this lobbying issue likely became the legal predicate for a Flynn Title-1 FISA warrant.  [Go Deep To See] That 2016 FISA warrant, likely approved by FISA Judge Rudy Contreras, allowed the DOJ-NSD -via FBI (Strzok)- to launch a counterintelligence investigation into the people who hired Flynn as a lobbyist.

If my suspicion is correct, in addition to the larger surveillance issues upon Flynn, the DOJ-NSD knew the people who contracted Flynn and Rafiekian were a ‘front‘ for senior Turkish officials (not withstanding possible WH coordination).

(See Page 132 – Flynn Docs)

So when Flynn was confronted by DOJ-NSD head David Laufman, he was being *interviewed* by a DOJ official who knew more about the contract initiator than Flynn did.  The DOJ-NSD and David Laufman was involved because manipulating FARA violations was the method to conduct surveillance (SEE HERE).

David Laufman then pressured Flynn in January 2017 to sign the FARA submission, knowing it contained material that was false, but unbeknownst to Flynn.  This later became the predicate for the FARA case against Flynn and Rafiekian.

However, there’s a twist as highlighted by the Judge Trenga order.

The DOJ (Laufman first) knew the background of the FARA filing was false because they had conducted a FISA Title-1 investigation prior to the Flynn FARA submission; and the DOJ (Mueller team now in 2017) knew the Turkish government was behind the lobbying contract…..

….But the DOJ cannot tell the court how they knew the lobbying contract was from the Turkish government, because they didn’t want to reveal the FISA surveillance; AND the DOJ may have an additional interest in hiding their knowledge of their origination of the lobbying contract by the Turkish government,… because it might have been somewhat coordinated by the Obama White House (pro-brotherhood, and pro-Erdogan).

See the issue?

Slimy bastards.

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523 Responses to DOJ Reverses Course in FARA Case – Calls Flynn “co-conspirator”, Doesn’t Want Flynn Testimony – Judge Sullivan Intervenes…

  1. Cocoon says:

    Almost 11am and still no MSM Report regarding Flynn and FARA case?
    Some great stuff from the Court last night and yet………silence?
    Their handlers need some more time to put a positive spin around this?

    Liked by 4 people

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      That’s the way it works with FakeNews.
      Half of their job is making up stuff.
      The other half is covering up stuff.

      Today’s newscasts will be full of hype about the US Wymmins professional soccer team. Doesn’t matter to them that more than 80% of the people couldn’t care less about people chasing a little beach ball around for two hours. It may be a great playground activity for 3rd graders but hardly a captivating spectator sport.

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      • Ausonius says:

        If the foul-mouthed, purple-haired, America-hating (She is part of the “America is and never was great” team) lesbian Rapinoe is representative of them, then i have no interest in their accomplishment.

        That anyone might consider her a “role model” is truly disgusting and frightening for the future of our country.

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        • zozz1 says:

          Right now, Rapinoe is on the biggest adrenaline/ego trip of her life. She seems impressed beyond belief with her own righteousness. Seems to think the entire world is falling all over itself in admiration for her brave stance against Trump. She is in for a very, very big letdown when the adrenaline wears off, the crowds quit cheering, and her 15 minutes are gone…never to return. She has had what she thinks is the best moment of her life…and she will have the rest of her life to realize what a fool, what an ass, she made of herself. Maybe Nike will feed her ego for awhile, but that will soon fade as well.

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          • JMC says:

            She will be replaced by a transgendered (i.e. biological male) athlete, just as here in CT two such high school transgendered “female” track “athletes” have in two years overthrown all the HS girls’ track records set in the past 20 years. And apparently the CT legislature has confirmed the validity of such activity, although I can’t find it mentioned anywhere.

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          • louche9 says:

            She reminds me of that shaved head girl who used to go around with David Hogg on the gun grabber tours. Haven’t seen her lately, either.

            Liked by 1 person

        • chipin8511 says:

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          • farrier105 says:

            It was called “Mastering the Human Domain.” There are DoD seminars about this. They are dry, but very important for understanding perception manipulation.


      • chipin8511 says:

        Look for Rachel “Ray” Chandler in the News
        An Anon (an anonymous poster) on 8chan posted this comment to the Q board: “Chandler = CHILD HANDLER these people are sick!” (“These people are sick!” is a phrase oft-repeated by Q, when posting.) Q answered this Anon by commenting on his post as follows: “If the records become unsealed much will be revealed. Watch the news for Rachel Chandler.” The unsealed records being referenced are those of Jeffrey Epstein that were unsealed in court recently. In anticipation of the unsealing of Epstein’s records and his eventual arrest, Q dropped this breadcrumb back in March: “WHAT HIGH-PROFILE ‘ELITE’ PEOPLE FUND AND PROVIDE RACHEL W/ HER PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO? WHAT IS THE STUDIO USED FOR? WHAT IS THE STUDIO REALLY USED FOR? WHO HAS RC BEEN PICTURED WITH? THIS GOES FAR BEYOND SPIRIT COOKING MODELS.” Here, Q is hinting that Ray Chandler’s photography studio is not funded by profits from her photography business, nor is it really used to help beautiful young girls into a modeling or acting career. On the surface, that is what the studio seems to be, but Chandler’s true vocation is hooking up young girls (or boys) with Hollywood studios, media elites, and DC politicians (or even, on occasion, foreign dignitaries). The person Ray Chandler was recently pictured with was Bill Clinton. (Paste this search, courtesy of, into your browser to see how popular enquiries into Rachel Chandler have become.) The statement about her acting as a handler for these children going “beyond spirit cooking models” is a reference to the Satanic Ritual Abuse and the child sacrifice her efforts often lead to. Many children of actors have grown up to be disturbed individuals, while many others have died prematurely as children. What happened to these people? (To read about Satanic Ritual Abuse, click the following link, but be warned of graphic descriptions: LINK.)


    • Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

      That old stuff Cocoon? Flynn, Manafort, Pappa, Page, Mueller, Russia Russia Russia is so outdated. We’re moving on….we have new victims…I mean new scandals to chase.

      Epstein/Trump didn’t produce quite the milage they had hoped, but no worries, they’re scouring the ends of the earth for the next “this will DESTROY Trump” scandal. 😂

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    • Susan Bolle says:

      Their silence always speaks volumes.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Alan Reasin says:

    How you manage to keep all of this information together is beyond me, but I thank you for helping me keep it straight. Dan Bongino reads you and the two of you make following the ins and outs of this “soft coup” and massive ethical corruption possible. Unfortunately, so many Americans know little about this since the MSM will not cover it hardly at all. My wife met people who only read the NYT, the Washington Post and listen to MSNBC and CNN who KNOW President Trump is a tool of Putin and is a traitor. These are well educated, well off women who actually know nothing on one of the worse political events in modern American history. I worry for my country.

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    • It is amazing to see how effective the PravdaGanda MSM is at brainwashing people into wholeheartedly and rabidly believing all the leftist lies that encapsulate their NWO agenda. Last week I took a mini vacation for four days to visit my childhood friend in Florida, and I was shocked to see how indoctrinated and TDS infected he and his wife had become over the last few years; the willful blindness to facts, and the cognitive dissonance necessary to suspend all reason and logic in order to live in some alternate reality is simply staggering to behold. I did my best to try to snap them out of their miasma, but they are too far gone, and they have lost all ability to use facts rather than feelings in any debate! It is truly sad.

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      • As I’ve said, I once read a commentary written by a man who worked at the Soviet-era Pravda, and he candidly said that the USA’s propaganda machine doesn’t know how to do it well. 😀

        Liked by 1 person

        • jc says:

          Well, they may not know how to do it well, but their capabilities are pretty amazing. They have successfully completed a memory substitution in an incredibly huge pile of people in a very short time.

          Real in 2016 — John Podesta and Hillary Clinton are security idiots who had their emails hacked. Memory substitution — Russia hacked the election. A pair of fools’ emails were systematically turned into “the election.” I still can’t believe that it worked.

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        • dd_sc says:

          Kind if comparing apples to oranges though. When did Czarist Russia/USSR ever really have a free media? Pravada didn’t have to compete with independent cable outlets and blogosphere operating under the First Amendment.

          Liked by 1 person

      • dd_sc says:

        … the cognitive dissonance necessary to suspend all reason and logic…

        Enter the Public School System.

        Use to be about the 3 R’s and teachers pretty much their politics out of it. Now it’s just 1930’s Soviet style indoctrination. An entire generation – or two – has now known nothing different from K-12.

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    • Sportyclays says:

      “Well educated, well off women”… and men, like our lawyer and dentist for example. They are essentially high-functioning autists: perfectly capable of doing highly advanced tasks at work that require deep understanding of their field, but the second they get outside their MSM brainwashing zone, their mind breaks. Sadly, their ego, education and professional status makes them triple down on their libtard insanity even harder. The list of those I’ve lost all respect for intellectually grows longer each day.

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      • steph_gray says:

        Living behind enemy lines in blue MA is insane – I choose to find what entertainment I can. All my leftist friends and family understand I have a hard-and-fast rule not to talk politics.

        But occasionally I do slip in a perspective on something more general. For example, when one of the leftists ventures to say something common-sensical about anything, however small, inevitably prefacing it timidly with “This may not be appropriate to say these days,” I always encourage them that I am happy to hear whatever they say and am in no way “politically correct.” Then I bolster their statement with as much logic as I can muster.

        Baby steps. Infant steps.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Sportyclays says:

          I’m here in the belly of beast: California. However, I’m impressed that you still have leftist friends.

          Liked by 2 people

        • John Denney says:

          On the 4th, I said to a very nice, but left leaning friend that today we are celebrating Liberty, remembering Patrick Henry’s climactic, “Give me Liberty or give me death!”

          Then I asked her which of the current crop of political candidates had the strongest stance for Liberty.

          She was completely baffled, as if she had never considered them from that angle before, and said that was a really good question and she’ll have to give it a lot of thought. 🙂

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    • Chieftain says:

      The Republican Party apparently does not put out a “press release” to journalists on these types of events. When the position is reversed, the Democrat Party puts together an “explanation” of the event for its media allies so that the lazy and ignorant press is spoon fed their analysis. The Republicans do not do this. If they did, the press is lazy enough that they might very well publish the 5th grade level written analysis of the event, but to ask the press to do the hard work of understanding is beyond their capabilities.

      One reason the Democrat Party is successful with the press is because they do the work that the low IQ lazy journalists refuse to do for themselves. Of course, the Democrat spin will always be there and the press will not question it. It would be too much work and by now the relationship is one of trust and gratitude between MSM and Democrat leadership.

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    • swissik says:

      @alan r. I don’t just meet women such as you describe I am surrounded by them here in the Silicon Valley. They consider themselves highly educated, and many of them are, but they are absolutely one sided as well as blind to the deceptive politics of this state. Some of their far left opinions are even infecting NextDoor, a website designed to provide a variety of home advice and neighborhood events etc.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Sportyclays says:

        LOL. My NextDoor might as well be Pravda. That is until a “strange black man!” decides to stroll down the street, and their solidarity with BLM is replaced by neighborhood watch pearl clutching.

        Liked by 1 person

  3. Another submission showing why this is one of the very best political blogs out there. Thanks.

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  4. Pew-Anon says:

    I want to know if Pence knew all this. After all, it was allegations of lying to the VP that got this whole thing started with Flynn.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Bob says:

      Let me break this down as simple as possible as a former prosecutor. The prosecutors are unethical who should be disbarred. A prosecutor can’t force someone to commit perjury which appears to be the case.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Pew-Anon says:

        That’s all well and good, but has nothing to do with what Pence knew and when he knew it. Was he in on the whole surveillance history of Flynn and did he intentionally play along with the entrapment scheme? If memory serves, he was firmly on the FBI side of the narrative when that whole situation broke at the start of the administration.


  5. says:

    We need shrewd men (like Trump) in office. The Flynn Group sounds tragically naive, or to put a blind, positive spin on it, the group is leading a setup, which really sounds absurd. You can like Flynn, hope he is vindicated, and still believe him naive.

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  6. Mac says:

    I’ll just comment on the legal shenanigans here.

    First, is the means by which the DOJ obtained information on Flynn’s activities with regard to his firm’s lobbying efforts. People are quick to assume that all surveillance requires a warrant. This is not true. Non-invasive surveillance, investigation, can be done without any type of warrant, as does not require the physical invasion of of a person’s privacy. Also, as Inovo is a foreign entity, and it is assumed that US IC would have knowledge of the ties that group has with the Turkish government, any communication by that group to interests or persons in the US could be monitored, legally, by the NSA. So, there would be no need for even a Title 3 FISA warrant on Flynn, let alone a Title 1 warrant. While FISA abuse did occur, not everything necessarily involves FISA abuse.

    Now, the Rafeikian/ FIG FARA case had multiple purposes. The first was to involve Michael Flynn in a criminal conspiracy. The second was to maintain pressure on Flynn and keep him on a leash by threatening his son, who was associated with FIG. To do that, the DOJ built a frame for Flynn, et al. And, that is what the current actions of the DOJ are all about. It has nothing to do with the source of the information. Forget FISA. If FISA was used, then the DOJ would not be trying to hide that fact. FISA is the umbrella under which invasive surveillance is made legal. The problem for the DOJ, here, is that they sought to put additional pressure on Flynn by actually prosecuting the FIG FARA case. When Flynn refused to lie, he was placed in the position of seeking other legal help to protect his son. That resulted in the DOJ’s frame-up being exposed and it responded by changing Flynn’s status from cooperating witness to co-conspirator, to up the pressure on him, for his cooperation. The actions of the DOJ, if accurate, are criminal violations. So, the players there have to protect themselves.

    The group, which was responsible for the get Trump operation, relied upon building a frame for every aspect of their plan. It was the basic MO of the group. It initially built the false Russian Collusion frame. It built the Papadapolous/Page frame to obtain FISA warrants. It built the Roger Stone frame. The only person it did not have to frame was Manafort, for his financial antics.

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    • Pew-Anon says:

      So where is the “frame-up”, exactly? If all the evidence was obtained by legit government surveillance, then why is it a problem for them to prosecute the FIG FARA case? If I read it right, the point of SD in the OP above was government wrongdoing in collecting evidence on Flynn through illicit surveillance. According to you that’s apparently not true. If what you say is correct, I guess I don’t understand where the government did anything wrong.


      • The essence of the second case is that the persons FIG was talking to were, in fact, representatives of Turkey, and that this was not disclosed as per the FARA law. But the question then becomes if Flynn knew this … or if the information was deliberately withheld from him, in order to entrap him, by government officials who did know.

        Flynn finally got rid of his useless attorneys and brought in someone who will actually fight. And so, he refused to cop another plea – refused to say that he knew that the information on the application was false. This caused the government to inexplicably say that he, mirabile dictu, is now a “co-conspirator!”

        This is sounding more and more to me like unscrupulous prosecutors who are trying to play the Honorable Court for a fool. I could easily see both sets of charges thrown out.

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    • Plus, if I were either Judge but especially Sullivan, I would right now be asking the question, “how on earth did this person go from being a ‘key witness’ to being a ‘co-conspirator?'” When the only thing that happened to prompt such a move was that he refused to say that he was knowingly lying?

      How can you actually and with a straight face switch your story from, “this person is going to be a witness of how person-X robbed the bank,” to “this person helped person-X rob the bank?”

      It seems increasingly apparent that these people set up Flynn, persuading him that he didn’t need a lawyer as they deceived him by leveraging information that he did not have, thus causing him to appear to perjure himself. And, that sort of thing is against the law.

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      • jc says:

        Also, why would anyone want their key witness to admit to knowling lying?


      • Pew-Anon says:

        Is it really against the law? I mean, cops do this sort of thing all the time…pressure, deceive, even lie to obtain statements from people that could be useful in prosecution…and the courts not only sign off on it, they condone it as good law enforcement practice. Hence the maxim of never speaking to a cop without an attorney present and the constitutional right to remain silent. Don’t get me wrong, I think this kind of behavior by our government is reprehensible, but I’m playing devil’s advocate. This sort of thing SHOULD be against the law, but it obviously is not. At worst it is unethical, deserving of Wray-style training seminars. Decrying the reprehensibleness of it all is one thing, but if it is illegal behavior let’s be more specific about how.

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        • Mac says:

          I can actually shed some light on this.

          It is permissible to give inaccurate information to a suspect in a criminal investigation in order to get them to change their statement. If the suspect changes his statement, you can not use that statement against him without independent corroborating evidence. Also, if an investigator has substantial evidence that a suspect committed a crime, the suspect usually is not charged with lying or obstruction, if he gives an inaccurate statement. The reason is that the state has to prove that the subject knowingly and intentionally lied. If the investigator knowingly tells the court that the subject knowingly and intentionally lied, without being able to prove it, that is one of a number of crimes. In this case, that appears to be the case.


          • Pew-Anon says:

            If the investigator knowingly tells the court that the subject knowingly and intentionally lied, without being able to prove it, that is one of a number of crimes…

            Crimes committed by whom? By the investigator/prosecutor for making an unverifiable accusation in court? (Is that even a crime?) Or by the defendant as just one in a long list of charges brought against him? I’m guessing by the context of your reply it’s the former, but that’s not clear.


  7. rioosodog says:

    I have a question.
    “The DOJ prosecutors don’t want Flynn to testify (no longer want his cooperation) because his testimony would undercut the foundation of their case against Bijan Rafiekian.”
    Sounds like the lawyers for Bijan Rafiekian now will be looking into the fact that the DOJ is withholding exculpatory evidence. Right?

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      For whatever its worth Bijan Rafiekian and his Lawyers are probably looking at the same FISA spying on them. So it follows, that the FBI/DOJ would not like to have that information revealed (withholding exculpatory evidence).


      • As others have noted, because these people are foreigners, FISA would not be required in order to conduct surveillance on them. It would be the NSA’s business to keep an eye on these things, and they’re really good at that. 🙂

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    • jc says:

      “The DOJ prosecutors don’t want Flynn to testify (no longer want his cooperation) because his testimony would undercut the foundation of their case against Bijan Rafiekian.”


      So, the prosecutors want someone that they are convinced “knowingly lied” to testify, and if that person won’t admit to “knowingly lying,” then that person can’t testify because that would undercut their case.

      Wow. “If you say you are willing to take a hit rather than perjure yourself, we can’t use you.” Interesting sales pitch.

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  8. wtd says:

    Judge Rejects Government Effort To Classify Michael Flynn As ‘Co-Conspirator’ In Turkish Lobbying Case

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  9. westray hazzard says:


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  10. Ellis says:

    David Laufman should be fired and lose his ability to practice law in the US if not prosecuted and sent to jail.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Bogeyfree says:

      Get ready for the DOJ/IG favorite line “declined to prosecute”. They never seem to go after their own. Amazing!

      More DOJ/FBI double standard of justice.

      It won’t change until Americans rise up in mass.

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  11. Ralph Kramden says:

    Last December, I thought there was a back story here that didn’t add up. And now, it’s clear, Flynn was in a perjury trap. Mighty, Muelleresque of you, DOJ. It’s clear now why Flynn’s attorneys want security clearance, they want the FISA information to prove their client was illegally spied on.

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  12. I won’t watch fake liberal news because They making up staff,

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  13. Zephyrbreeze says:

    Why wouldn’t Flynn know that a Turkish company has ties to the Turkish government?
    Was this company selling some cheap widgets, or selling something more valuable?
    If the latter, then why not assume that the Turkish government has it’s tentacles in it?

    Flynn was former DIA, so wouldn’t he have thoroughly researched these people before becoming a contract lobbyist for them?

    The lawyer should be disbarred. Having a client sign a contract that would entrap him?
    Why would Flynn hire this slime ball in the first place?

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    • Yes, the name of Flynn’s company was the “Flynn Intelligence Group,” so we actually can’t say that he is without guilt. But it is nonetheless a legitimate thing to object to how the Government is pursuing its case, and I think that his confession should be set aside in favor of a jury trial. I think that was, indeed, a “perjury trap.” If this man is in fact guilty of a crime, then IMHO only a jury should decide so.

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    • Maybe that was Flynn’s biggest mistake- hiring a scumbag lawyer.

      It happens all the time.


      • jebg46 says:

        It does happen all the time. I didn’t realize how slimy my lawyers were until day of trial, then it’s too late. Absolute panic! Better settle, grrrrrr. Live and learn.


    • Aeyrie says:

      To trap him? LOL


  14. Cocoon says:

    Almost 2 pm eastern.
    No updates thru MSM on Flynn FARA case yet. Nothing about no conspiracy, no connection to Turkey, how other defendant requesting dismissal.
    These are huge stories and revelations regarding Flynn’s FBI/DOJ treatment and agreements.
    Why isn’t it being published?

    Liked by 2 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      Beyond Flynn being a political mechanism to get to Trump, the MSM don’t care about Flynn. They prefer he just go to jail and be done with it.

      Liked by 2 people

  15. I think that’s a very plausible explanation.
    How you know I stole silverware from the pantry?
    Because I saw you while I was stealing a TV set from the study, you low-life.

    We exist in a life-support system for 10,000 attorneys as they continue to slice and dice proper behavior beyond any cognitive capacity to understand it and conduct ourselves appropriately, never mind legally. Seriously, this legal guild is a pox.

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  16. I bet he wishes he were still back in the Army……………


  17. So what, if anything, does this development have to do with Sidney Powell requesting a security clearance. My thought is when she asked that in his Mueller case, it may have been meant to extend to this one.


  18. Aeyrie says:

    So, if I am reading this right this is basically a case of entrapment. You said it, Sundance. Slimy bastards! I can hardly wait to see the tables turned.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Mark L. says:

    So that’s how sausage is made.


  20. Issy says:

    Sundance, your characterization of these cretins at DOJ as “slimy bastards” doesn’t seem harsh enough. However, I can’t come up with anything better at the moment.


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