Court Unseals Flynn Brady Motion – 40 Items Requested by Flynn Defense…

Previously Michael Flynn’s attorney, Sidney Powell, had to file specific requests within their ‘motion to show cause for Brady discovery material‘ under seal.  After a DOJ review, and redaction of some names, the discovery motion is now unsealed by the court and available for review.

Cloud link to filing HereSCRIBD link to filing here with embed below:

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There are 40 bullet points outlining material sought by Michael Flynn. The request is extensive and connects to multiple aspects of the overall DOJ, FBI and intelligence community operations throughout 2016 and into 2017.  The government response to the Flynn motion is due to Judge Sullivan by September 24th at noon.

This prosecution and the circumstances surrounding it are unprecedented. The only way to achieve justice in this case is to provide transparency and the full disclosure of all information relevant to the defense of Mr. Flynn. Now, more than ever, the government must be held to the highest standards, as classically set out in Berger v. United States, 295 U.S. 78, 86 (1935) (“The United States Attorney is the representative not of an ordinary party to a controversy, but of a sovereignty whose obligation to govern impartially is as compelling as its obligation to govern at all; and whose interest, therefore, in a criminal prosecution is not that it shall win the case, but that justice shall be done.”); United States v. Harvey, 791 F.2d 294, 300 (4th Cir. 1986) (noting “both constitutional and supervisory concerns require holding the Government to a greater degree of responsibility”).

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499 Responses to Court Unseals Flynn Brady Motion – 40 Items Requested by Flynn Defense…

  1. Benedict Comey says:

    Hold the whole lot of the SCO and prosecutors in contempt. Put them up in Jeff’s old cell at the MCC and spread the rumor that they’ve turned state’s evidence.

    Problem solved.

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  2. Electra says:

    This business with Jim Woolsey (item 48 in Sidney’s motion) is something I was unaware of, and it looks like it could really be a big deal.

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    • Electra says:

      OOPS! I meant item 38, not 48.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        Yep, I think Woolsey was part of the set up….hope we find out.

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        • sturmudgeon says:

          I do not understand WHY there are WEEKS allowed for a “reply” to be (entered?) It doesn’t take more than a day or two for the FBI or JD to raid an innocent party’s home..

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          • Chris J. Lilley says:

            This all part of the dance. If the whole thing is thrown out due to Brady then all the dirt remains hidden. Powell gave the DOJ a way out with a concussion rather than airing the dirt with dozens of indictments and a decade if legal woes.

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            • Electra says:

              Yes. And I’m sure it frustrates Powell to no end. She’s dedicated a good part of her career to exposing government crimes–but in the end, she’s got to do what’s right for her client.

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          • johnmpowell says:

            I suppose it means there is a torrent of activity behind the scenes with Barr holding the whip. Let the deadline run out then feel the thundering hooves escalate. The sound will be awful. Subpoenas in their left hands and drawn swords in the right.

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  3. gsonFIT says:

    Your are reading the death notice of the FBI

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  4. Brinton says:

    What the hell is this? I know this material inside and out. But I’ve never heard of this letter before

    1. A letter delivered by the British Embassy to the incoming National Security team after
    Donald Trump’s election, and to outgoing National Security Adviser Susan Rice (the letter apparently disavows former British Secret Service Agent Christopher Steele,
    calls his credibility into question, and declares him untrustworthy).

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    • Dutchman says:

      Its like the Susan Rice “memo to self”, a self serving CYA letter from the,british government. Didn’t work, lol!

      Liked by 10 people

      • Dutch- whose name do you think was blacked out?

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        • Dutchman says:

          No idea. I would have to read it again to guess. I MAY go back and do that, at some point. Its quite a list, certainly much overlap with Sundances declass list.
          Maybe a make up my own list of questions, THEN go back and reread Sidneys list.

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        • Anon says:

          I think it’s the other agent that was present with Strozk when they interviewed Flynn. It may have been his 302 that said that Flynn didn’t lie.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Agent Joe Pietka is one.

          Apparently one of the perks of being at the highest levels of Senior Executive Service is

          that you can commit your crimes right out in the open
          AND
          make sure they spell your name right in the newspaper headline

          while you’re getting away with it.

          The lower levels are simply relegated to getting away with it in “semi-secret”.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        a self serving CYA letter from the,british government.

        We already licked em twice…no real need to do it again so…..

        just get them Brits to send another copy.

        and we’l call it even.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Do you mean another COPY, or a clarification?
          As in ‘everything we said about Chris,Steele being an untrustworthy source ans, well an all around wanker is true.

          However, in the interests of full disclosure, our government has also become infested with what you yanks call “the deep state”,…globalist elitists (and believe me, the only more insufferable,elitists than we brits are the frogs, er french!).
          Anyway, these elements, in both our political parties, (much like your own ‘Uniparty’)
          And in the administrative ‘civil service’ and of coarse in the “intelligence services, acting WITHOUT OFFICIAL SANCTION, in coordination with similar elements in the Australian, Italian and your own people, perpetrated a fraud on the Amercan people, as you are presumably well aware of.

          Chris,Steele played a major role in this, and that any british subjects would becinvolved in this has,us,…well, frankly mortified.
          We are only refraining from drawing and quartering (and putting their heads on a pike at buckingham palace, because we are torturing them to gain the names of all their cohorts, and in case,they might be of anu use,to YOU, in identifying your own traitors. Its the least we can do, really.
          Advise us when and where you want them to testify, and theycwill ALL be there. When you detirmine you have no further need, please advise us, as the,Queen is most anxious to “get on with it”, being such a,stickler for tradition!

          Well, thats it the, cheerio!
          Signed, Boris Johnson
          Lord high muckymuck
          And Prime minister

          Something like that, perhaps?

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    • All Too Much says:

      Totally agree. Strzok and a failed lie detector?

      Flynn has himself one beast of a lawyer.
      Awesome.

      Liked by 8 people

    • frankmintz9517 says:

      You know the Brits are cowardly globalist scum. They covered up the ROTHERHAM, Eng, scandal where Muslim gangs kidnapped and raped 1400 children and turned the kids into sex slaves. The BBC reported the criminals as ” Asians” even though they were Pakistani.

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      • Brinton says:

        Everything you say is correct. But what is item #1? I’ve never hear of it. Who on Trumps National Security team received this letter? What context is included in this letter? What is the date of this letter? Did Flynn read it? if not why? If not, who made that decision, and was trump informed his national security advisory was supposedly compromised by the Russians. So much here in item #1

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        • 4220ma says:

          The rumor about this letter has been around for at least 3 months. I remember hearing about it on Hannity. But I can remember who the guest was.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          I’d like to know the date too.

          The note indicates it was during the transition period

          Common sense would say it was after Buzzfeed published the entire dossier on Jan 10 2017.

          The Steele Dossier wasn’t really commonly known by the public
          before J EDGAR COMEY pulled his trick at Trump Tower.

          If it was received AFTER that it’s bad that they would hide it.
          If it was received BEFORE it’s clearly worse.

          Furthermore it says it was delivered to the “incoming National Security TEAM”
          this indicates more than just FLYNN.

          So why the hell would POTUS withhold it all this time if he has it?
          Seems he would have played that card the afternoon of Jan 10 to discredit the thing.

          Somebody decided it was “National Security” and has said nothing all along if this exists..

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    • Dutchman says:

      Its like the Susan Rice “memo to self”, a self serving CYA letter from the,british government. Didn’t work, lol! Boris

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    • spoogels says:

      The UK must have a copy on record of this letter letterheads and all

      Where is was delivered must also have a signed record of receipt

      Aparently Herridge has contacted the UK embassy for a copy

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  5. CNN_sucks says:

    The hubris of Comey thinks he can unwit PDJT. Comey belongs to prison.

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  6. Doppler says:

    Glad this is now publicly available. Comments:

    1. I’m amazed at the scope of this document and the previous one filed on August 30. She was, as they say in the law, “loaded for bear.” I believe I recall that, just prior to filing these, she told the court she hadn’t finished reviewing the massive file, and was unavailable the entire month of September (as if she were in another trial?). Was she sandbagging them? “oh, I’m overwhelmed here, need more time” when she was actually totally locked and loaded?

    2. She clearly is on top of Spygate, and the evidence of it, as if she may have sources from within the Government knowledgeable about the documents she should be asking about. Such as an investigator investigating Weissman and Spygate, pursuant to some Durham or Huber or Horowitz investigation. I’d be interested if any of our DOJ vets think this is possible.

    3. As to Barr expediting this, whatever action he takes he will be charged with playing politics with prosecutorial power. It is very possible that Sullivan will order all of this produced, and further demand a report into prosecutorial misconduct. All of which can then be done under court order, with no argument possible that this, like Spygate, was a political hit job.

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      #1 in MHO Sidney just needed/wanted more time to thoroughly go over the data she has. She has not been Flynn’s lawyer all that long and the scope of all the DOJ, FBI and friends illegal activity requires a thorough study.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Flynn was involved in another trial, for his partner (forget name) in his former company. He was supposed to testify, then gov’t didn’t use him.

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    • Tim says:

      Judge Sullivan can find the prosecutors in contempt without having to refer to anyone else.
      Judge Sullivan issued a court order at the beginning of the Flynn trial , ordering the prosecutors in the Flynn trial must comply with the law on Brady evidence. If the prosecutors dont comply, Judge Sullivan can hold them in contept of the court order Judge Sullivan issued. I expect they can appeal, but they can be found in contempt by Judge Sullivan alone.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Flynn was involved in another trial, for his former partner (forget name) in his former company. He was supposed to testify, then gov’t didn’t use him.

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    • litlbit2 says:

      Agree, as imho, we are seeing Judge Sullivan actually perform the task he signed on to, a Judge. Not for self, not for agenda, but one law under the Constitution, the same many men and women have given all for, that we could live FREE. Just one of a very small, small club! USA

      FYI, AG Barr appears to possibly missed the cut as his record currently pretty much matches Sessions.

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    • Greeneghis Khan says:

      She loaded for bear because Sundance has been weighing the powder!

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      • Don’t forget the bullets…Ms. Powell will be firing at POINT BLANK RANGE so the BULLETS had better be of the .338 Lapua Mag caliber. Once hit, the object does not get up and that is EXACTLY what Ms. Powell is EXTRACTING!!! Therefore Sundance has his work cut out for him…

        Ms. Powell is in a “Locked-Cocked-Ready-to-Rock” situation!!!

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    • meow4me2 says:

      Regarding Powell’s knowledge of the particulars on the evidence, I’m thinking she’s getting help from some white hats in Intelligence, maybe military or DIA. She is/was working with Col. Tony Shaeffer (T-Spooky) at whatever Institute he is now leading. I always thought there might be a conduit of information there.

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  7. bessie2003 says:

    Wow.

    After reading that I feel like having a smoke! and no, haven’t smoked for years but just Wow!

    🙂

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  8. Zy says:

    Many of the 40 years bullet points have Sundance written all over them. We know that Sidney reads Sundance’s research and analysis. As capable as Sidney is, there is no way she could assemble those points in the time she has been with Flynn.

    We will look back on Sidney and Sundance as major players in shining sunlight on Spygate. Kudos.

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    • Sydny was a regular, here in the comment section…..but since she took over Flynn;s defense she has gone quiet…once all of this is settled she will be back here on a regular basis…..and yes I’m sure she has sundance’s private phone number to help her keep up to date on the staggering amount of research that he has done

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    • MaineCoon says:

      I thought the same thing. All Sundance’s investigative work is here for any to read. I am sure Sidney Powell dug into the articles here, but she stands alone in the field of prosecutors. Because of her past case against Weissman, I am certain she would have been digging into all the facts (just like us) for 2.5 years now, plus all that was dumped in her lap as counsel.

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    • Dutchman says:

      She reads and up until she took Flynns case, commented. Looking forward to seeing her comments here again, although gonna have to restrain myself, to keep from coming right thru the phone and giving her a big wet one!
      She will no doubt have useful insights to share, so ‘stay tuned’!

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      • G. Alistar says:

        This entire General Flynn mess for The SC has turned it to be more of a bite than they can chew. I find it wonderful to watch them choke on their own corrupt, and arrogant abuse of power. Even IF Flynn’s case is dropped tomorrow, this dirt on Obama’s corrupt team is all out in the light of day. If Comey and team had a sense of shame, they should be ashamed.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Yeah, and if wishes were horses,…sense of shame? Comey and team, funny.

          Yes this case has been a hand grenade, with the pin pulled, all along. Thats why they kept delaying it. Remember, Flynn pled guilty, 2 years ago.

          The only thing left to do, technically was for Prosecution to file sentencing reccomendation, and Judge to sentence: done deal.

          But, Prosecution kept delaying, saying that Flynn was cooperating on another case (Flynns partner), and so filing a joint request with Flynn, for postponement.

          So, Sullivan had no reason to do anything but grant it, sincr both parties,were in agreement.

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    • oldumb says:

      Nice of you all to grant Sidney’s work to Sundance. I don’t know and neither do any of you. I do know that she reads here and comments here. maybe she has contacted Sundance and he has provided her with research. maybe. But the preening with zero knowledge is uncouth.

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      • Jerry Joe says:

        OldDumb, who were you calling rude? Zy?, or all who reponded to him, or only a few?Just a bit unclear….

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        • oldumb says:

          The people accusing Sidney of stealing CTH information to defend General Flynn. Saying she didn’t do her own work, just perused this site. Of course no one knows that they just assumed and stated it like it was proven fact.
          I never said rude.

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          • Jerry Joe says:

            Those comments from Zy on down were written in the nature of celebration, applause and support of Sidney Powell. Sidney has probably forgotten more observed malfeasance over her years than Sundance may ever discover and expose. No doubt here, Sundance has produced a concise, precise, accurate and easily read time-line connecting persons, groups, Offices, documents, interviews, texts, publications and significant events in a building block platform. Any practicing attorney would welcome this easily accessible “cheat sheet” not for reference, but for reminder of ancillary events.

            Imagine the response of regular followers receiving affirmation of topics here covered being reduced to writing and filed in a major criminal case. Perhaps your gentle scolding assumed they also think Sundance provided all of Sidney’s work.

            You’re correct; you said uncouth. From a long list, I used rude, mostly to emphasize the condescension.

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            • oldumb says:

              Whatever. I was addressing the posters that said that Sidney list was from Sundance. I am not sure what you consider rude, I don’t think I was. I didn’t respond to the praise from ZY.

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              • Jerry Joe says:

                Whatever? Darnhardworker was hopeful Sundance might be helping Sidney. MaineCoon stated Sidney has been digging into all the facts for 2.5 years, then clapped over LoiusianaTR kidding Sundance over the attention-grabbing duplicity with Sidney’s filing. Dutch is so happy, the only thing separating Sidney from a “big wet one” is the internet. G. notes the unrealistic, shameful breadth of this undertaking. While enjoying this interchange, you land on the branch and observe some sort of crude back-patting over Sundance having done all of Sidney’s work?

                Perhaps it did not sit well in contrast to your earlier reference to Comey, albeit evil, as a genius. In response to inquiry of required quarterly Congressional briefing over sensitive matters, this genius testifiied nine months passed before an initial briefing due to the “sensitivity” of the issues. Substituting his judgment as FBI Director for the DOJ cost him his job.

                If it weren’t intended to be rude, fine. All I was trying to figure is who you thought was out of order as I didn’t see it.

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                • oldumb says:

                  Yes, whatever. It isn’t required that you do see it. You made your point about my comment as I did about others. See how that works?

                  I wasn’t being rude to anyone, especially those NOT saying Sidney took Sundance’s work to use in court. If you choose to not see that – ok.
                  Maybe she did, maybe she is Sundance’s source – I have no idea. Do you?

                  Yes, Comey is an evil genius. Got problems with that – sorry. He has worked this country over for 3 years and is walking around free. Think he is stupid at your own peril.

                  PS- I almost always agree with Maincoon as I did on her post here, so I think you are confused or my post is worded poorly.

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  9. Bogeyfree says:

    Has anyone thought to FOIA all communications from these DOJ prosecutors to see what was being said about all of Sidney’s accusations and who also within the DOJ might have these folks talked to??

    Until the American people see justice, I would trust no one in government and try and uncover all rocks wherever and to whoever they may lead.

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  10. JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

    “The United States Attorney is the representative not of an ordinary party to a controversy, but of a sovereignty whose obligation to govern impartially is as compelling as its obligation to govern at all; and whose interest, therefore, in a criminal prosecution is not that it shall win the case, but that justice shall be done.”); United States v. Harvey, 791 F.2d 294, 300

    I’D LOVE TO GO TO THE DOJ AND SHOVE THESE WORDS IN EVERY SINGLE FACE THAT WALKS INTO THAT BUILDING.

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  11. This could be the start of the beginning of the end.

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  12. Sean Supsky says:

    Very nice and thorough motion.

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  13. weirdflunky says:

    It’ll obviously never happen BUT imagine what would happen if Barr appointed Syd as special counsel to investigate this whole mess.

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  14. CharterOakie says:

    Oh, baby! That’s quite some list of demands compiled by Flynn/Powell and submitted to the court.

    If not popcorn time now, when?

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    • lemmus1 says:

      …when Sullivan signs the order to produce the entire list and the DC appellate upholds his order ..until then it’s only Chihuahua yapping around the deep state’s heels …only Sullivan can give it a cobra’s bite.

      …praying Sidney is our Lady of the Lake …but then I thought Barr was Trump’s Lancelot …so far that round table looks more and more like a drainpipe …where is Merlin?

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    • lemmus1 says:

      …when Sullivan signs the order to produce the entire list and the DC appellate upholds his order ..until then it’s only Chihuahua yapping around the deep state’s heels …only Sullivan can give it a cobra’s bite.

      …praying Sidney is our Lady of the Lake …but then I thought Barr was Trump’s Lancelot …so far that round table looks more and more like a drainpipe …where is Merlin?

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  15. jnr2d2 says:

    Except for one name redaction, the name of Stzrok’s FBI partner Joe Pientka (sp?) is continuing to be redacted, even while he’s been publicly “outed.”

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  16. MaineCoon says:

    Some of you will find this video of Sidney Powell speaking on a 2015 panel re: Brady v. Maryland. She details the corrupt prosecutors in O admin, but also in B43. I particularly liked her comment @ 12:45.

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  17. Mikgen says:

    Wow! What a list! I especially noted item #23(!!) and of course the fact that the dear Ms Sally Yates seems destined for hot water. Wonderful!
    A question though, regarding the last item on the published statement. Has this been ordered by the Court despite no signature by Judge Sullivan???

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  18. Bogeyfree says:

    So, if you are The Attorney General and you read these 40 points, what would you do??

    Liked by 1 person

    • mr.piddles says:

      Double Scotch. Ice. Pack of Marlboro Lights. Comfy chair.

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    • Bill says:

      If I were Barr, I would send the jerks that created this mess into the Sidney Powell meat grinder….. But alas, I believe in Justice..

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Why should Barr or Chris Wray over at FBI feel any obligation to protect a bunch of Obama Administration dirty cops and coup plotters? Their oath to support and defend the US constitution should drive them to aggressively turn over all the dirt on Comey, Strozk, Page, McCabe and the rest of the corrupt cabal. Only reason to resist is IF there are pending grand jury indictments or working plea deals that implicate others in the Obama Administration, DNC or HCR campaign.

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      • Nick Hunt says:

        Barr no doubt feels obliged to protect the coup plotters because of what he either fears or knows will happen to his family if he doesn’t

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    • BitterC says:

      If I were AG Barr, after reading Sydney’s motion, I would meet with Horowitz, Huber, and Durham and make sure they are aware of and have seen all the item she lists

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  19. Hugh Jorgan says:

    Page 5, item 16 puts Mifsud at the *Russia Today* event in Moscow on December 17, 2015. All other sources have the date as December 10, 2015. Are we speaking of the same event?

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  20. mr.piddles says:

    Much like the Spanish variety… NOBODY expected the Powell Inquisition. DOJ must have peed their collective pants PLUS threw up in their mouths a little when they heard the name “Sidney Powell” come across the wire.

    WARNING: Scary Movie Video Clip! (though highly recommended)

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  21. Chewbarkah says:

    During the Presidential Transition, the Obama administration expelled Russian diplomats from the US and levied economic sanctions against Russia. It is not hard to see that one purpose of these actions was to provoke reactions from Russia, blocking Trump from any improvement of relations with Russia.

    Did the Obama administration deliberately entice Flynn into attempting to preempt the cycle of retaliation by communicating with the Russians, so the FBI National Security Division could catch him? Would it not be helpful to Flynn to show that the very thing he was coerced into pleaing about was a situation generated by the US govt to entrap him? Powell’s list of Brady materials focus in the main in the period after the Kislyak calls. Maybe this is too speculative and out of bounds for Powell, but I’d sure like to see a demand for all White House, FBI and IC communications, documents, diaries, etc., that had anything to do with Flynn BEFORE his calls with Kislyak. Peter Strzok will never divulge the truth, but Joe Pientka needs to be deposed under oath and hot lights for a very long time.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Sweet Irony: Flynn was a “big problem” for Obama. Then they ended up with Donald J. Trump.

      BAAAAAHHAHAHAAAHHHAAAHAHAHAHAHA…. aaaahhhh! D.C Dumpster Fire.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Hard to know if they “deliberately enticed Flynn” and even harder to prove it….Unless someone flipped? Hope that thought keeps the dirty cops and corrupt DoJ actors awake at night…..and really hope it sends them to jail!

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      • Chewbarkah says:

        I find the constant attempts to hide Joe Pientka very suspicious. He always seems to escape being deposed for what he knows about the coup. He needs to be pressured into flipping.

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  22. Midnite says:

    Like so many of you when I finished reading the motion all I could say was, Wow! I thought I knew this story inside and out, but Sidney takes this case to a whole new level. Who knew the Brits didn’t trust Steele or that there was a memo indicating Flynn was found innocent of being a foreign agent before he was charged?
    It appears as if Sidney has tied all of the pieces of the puzzle together and now it’s her turn to put the screws to these corrupt SOB’s. I hope when Judge Sullivan reads this motion he has the same reaction we have collectively expressed here.
    I’m thinking we should set-up a Gofundme to pay for a statue of Sidney the Great! The sword of justice in one hand and a laptop in the other…holy shit this is going to be fun watching.

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  23. Bill says:

    Wow! Sidney Powell’s request wasn’t written at one sitting and the prosecutors won’t be producing ALL that data in 2 weeks time. Sidney Powell requested 10s of 1000s of pages of data…..

    The term ‘Exhaustive’ was just elevated to a new level!!

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    • MaineCoon says:

      The easiest thing for those lil’ prosecutors could do is just hand over their little PCs to Sidney. Give her Weiner’s too while they’re at it!

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      • NC Nana says:

        MaineCoon, when I read your comment last night I thought

        “Praise God from whom all blessings flow.”

        And

        “The sun will come out
        Tomorrow
        Bet your bottom dollar
        That tomorrow
        There’ll be sun!”

        Then I got up this morning and read this about Chicago/Illinois corruption at the American Thinker:

        “As Chicago’s longest serving alderman faces prison time, his spouse will become the state’s most powerful judge.”

        There aren’t nearly enough attorneys like Sidney Powell to turn the DOJ around and Illinois is just lost. ….on second thought It would be worth turning the PC’s over to Ms. Powell to see how far she could get.

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  24. Sullivan is still deep state and will ultimately protect it.

    Sydney has irreparably exposed the deep state and has won the PR battle, this will ultimately lead to victory.

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  25. Fred Witt says:

    I have been waiting for the government to be ensnared in a discovery dispute with a judge. A dispute in which “everything” is requested to be produced — and the responsive production cannot be substantially blocked by various claims of privilege by the government.
    This is the beginning of the end.
    This should unlock the floodgates of unredacted documents being sought by you, Sundance.

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  26. gsonFIT says:

    Judge Sullivan was smart to unseal this and let the pregame happen in the public square. Transparency is his best and most suitable bet. Letting everyone see what he is up against marks him as a neutral participant.

    I believe in A.G. Barr but Sullivan’s release was the luckiest thing that could have ever happened to him. This is his way out without the MSM screaming bias. He can truthfully say he let the system work as it was designed.

    Final thought, this is the the first time the false justification of the FBI’s portion has come to light. Not for us of course, but for much of America. But keep in mind John Brennan’s kickoff is still buried, so we have many miles before we sleep.

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    • 4220ma says:

      So correct me if I am wrong. The only CIA (Brennon) tie I see here is through the Prof Mifsud. But the last I heard he is in hiding or arkascide.

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      • gsonFIT says:

        No time to look back at all forty items this morning, but all OCUNUS lures are most likely related to Brennan/CIA. There is a referral to a 2 page EC that Brennan wrote. Finally, Peter Strzok was tasked to Brennan’s Fusion Cell group. So anytime you see his name Brennan might be behind it.

        Remember Strzok was in the HRC email investigation, Brennan’s “working group” and went to London to start Russiagate. All while having an affair with a young Mother he worked with. America’s own James Bond, agent 666

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  27. Genie says:

    1/23/2017 (day prior to Flynn ambush) — Lisa Page texted to Strzok: I can feel my heart beating harder, I’m so stressed out about all the ways this has the potential to go fully off the rails.
    ———————————————–
    Well, Lisa, does it feel like a 1,000 day train wreck yet?

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    • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

      Section IV, items a,b,c should have Ms Page regretting the day she ever heard the names McCabe and Stroke.

      840.

      Unredacted notes of the and Strzok from the interview of Mr. Flynn onJanuary 24, 2017.
      IV.

      The Defense Requests Production of Actual Documents the Government HasReferred to Only in “Summaries” in its Production Letters.
      ITherefore, Mr. Flynn demands the unredacted 302 reports and any notes or recordings in anyform of the following meetings or interviews:a.

      a. Former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, regarding Mr. Flynn, his calls with Ambassador Kislyak, members of the White House discussing those, and his discussions, planning session, and debriefing session with agents before and after the Flynn interview on January 24, 2017. b.

      b. Recordings, notes, and memoranda by any and all persons who participated in the planning session for the interview of Mr. Flynn, at which it was decided that the agents would not inform him that it was an actual interview or that hewas under investigation—so as to keep him “relaxed.”. (These persons include David Bowdich, Jen Boone, , Peter Strzok, Lisa Page,Trish Andersen, and Andrew McCabe.)c.

      c. Recordings, notes, and memoranda by any and all persons who participated in the debriefing sessions following the interview of Mr. Flynn, including, Peter Strzok, Jon Moffa, Andrew McCabe, Bill Priestap, David Bowdich, , Trish Andersen, and James Comey.

      I never knew they had before and after meetings…WOW!

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  28. arze says:

    ’28. Information identifying reporters paid by Fusion GPS and/or the Penn Quarter group to push “Russia Collusion,” communications regarding any stories about Mr. Flynn, and any testimony or statements about how the reporters were used by the government regarding Mr. Flynn’

    HA HA HA
    HA HA HA HA HA
    And that’s not even my favorite.

    The first one is:
    ‘1. A letter delivered by the British Embassy to the incoming National Security team after Donald Trump’s election, and to outgoing National Security Advisor Susan Rice (the letter apparently disavows former British Secret Service Agent Christopher Steele, calls his credibility into question, and declares him untrustworthy).’ [I wonder if this prompted Rice to write her “by the book” BS]

    Which brings us right straight back to Sir Kim Darroch.

    Sir Kim was British Ambassador to the USA at the time.

    The British appointed Darrooch to that role in July 2015.

    Sir Kim served was stationed in the USA in that role from Jan. 2016 until July 2019; prior to that he was the National Security Advisor to the British prime minister, from 2012 to 2015.

    While he was still British Ambassador to USA following President Trump taking office [according to leaked diplomatic cables published by the UK’s Daily Mail]:
    >>>Darroch vouched for British ex-spy Christopher Steele who put together the Dirty Dossier on Trump.
    >>>Darooch told US officials Steele was “absolutely legit” – something, not coincidentally our media apostles endlessly parroted

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7220335/Britains-man-says-Trump-inept-Cables-ambassador-say-dysfunctional.html

    Sir Kim writes: ‘We don’t really believe this Administration is going to become substantially more normal; less dysfunctional; less unpredictable; less faction riven; less diplomatically clumsy and inept.’

    The Daily Mail story from July of this year states:
    “The most incendiary paper is a letter to National Security Adviser Sir Mark Sedwill sent on June 22, 2017 – 150 days into the Trump administration – and copied to what Sir Kim describes as a ‘strictly limited’ number of senior figures in Downing Street and the Foreign Office

    “The document, sent ahead of a National Security Council discussion on the UK-US relationship, paints a damning picture of the President’s personality and leadership style.

    “It says media reports of ‘vicious infighting and chaos’ inside the White House – dismissed by Trump as ‘fake news’ – are ‘mostly true’.

    “And referring to allegations of collusion between the Trump camp and Russia – since largely disproved – the memo says: ‘The worst cannot be ruled out.'”
    +++++

    So, yes, let’s all see this UK Government letter delivered by the British Embassy to the incoming National Security team after Donald Trump’s election, and to outgoing National Security Advisor Susan Rice (the letter apparently disavows former British Secret Service Agent Christopher Steele, calls his credibility into question, and declares him untrustworthy).

    Let’s observe prima facie evidence of our “special” “ally” Great Britain talking out of both sides of their mouth to USA President Donald J. Trump.

    [Perhaps this is why the Queen invited Pres. Trump and his family to her palace earlier this year, post-Mueller…and perhaps this is why Ivanka Trump chose to wear what “some called too casual” attire at the state banquet at Buckingham Palace.]

    https://www.aol.com/article/lifestyle/2019/06/04/ivanka-trump-wears-all-white-to-dinner-at-the-winfield-house-in-england/23741847/

    This story says in part: [[[Ivanka opted for a $10,990 pastel blue Carolina Herrera gown which featured a shirt collar, button down front, tie sleeves and pearls, which some called too casual for the white-tie event. According to The Daily Mail, etiquette expert William Hanson said, “Ivanka Trump’s look was perfect… for an Upper East Side corporate garden party.”]]]

    At the time, watching the parties enter Buckingham Palace in real time, I noted the shirt collar, and my thought was Ivanka’s attire resembled a 1950s middle class woman, which was fine with me, it looked quite American, actually — but apparently not good enough for the Uppity British and all those who despise all things Trump. Maybe the Uppity British should not talk out of both sides of their mouths to our president, so consider this a little “social advice.”

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  29. wxobserver says:

    I noticed two items:

    22) I won’t quote it here cuz it’s filthy…but WHERE did THAT come from? Has anyone heard it suggested that McCabe had said something like that? If that can be proven, it sounds like a get-out-of-jail card for Flynn right off the bat.

    32) If Strzok failed a polygraph — why would he be taking one? Maybe it was part of being read in on an SCI clearance, or the IG required it. Are polygraphs periodically required of FBI employees? Any guesses?

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  30. gsonFIT says:

    One final comment on this important day. It is shocking to see even the hint of corrupt tactics the “elite” DOJ/FBI lawyers seemed to rely on. Being Sundance followers we have all anticipated their arrival, but once here, wow

    Now please consider Bob Mueller’s congressional testimony, and ask yourself if he is capable of investigating, uncovering or instigating any one of the 40 items in Sydney Powell’s filing. Whomever involved this declining man in this national mess wins the double scumbag award. I think your winners are Andrew McCabe and Rod Rosenstein.

    BTW, I am fully aware that Robert Mueller has skeletons in his closet. I am not judging Mueller. I am pointing out the traitors that used a disabled man to unwittingly further their treachery have a special place in hell. F them very much!

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  31. Cyclist says:

    The redacted part of item 31 surely must be ‘Office of Special Counsel’.

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  32. CB says:

    They will not produce these documents. They will withdraw the case and let Flynn win.

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  33. Here ( from me) is the transparency and ” wake up call ” that you all need. 1. The USA is a Corporation. 2. Look up. ADMIRALTY LAW .. 3. What does the yellow fringe on the flag mean ? ?
    All lawyers are members of a. UNION called a. B A R ASSOCIATION.
    BAR means British Accreditted Registry.
    The BAR is loyal to the Queen of England Not any old stupid republic. Understood. !

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  34. Chris Biggins says:

    They will not produce the evidence. They would rather withdraw and let Flynn win the case.

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  35. Chris Biggins says:

    They will not produce the evidence. They would rather withdraw and let Flynn free.

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  36. Newpapa says:

    Judge Sullivan granted Flynn’s motion today and threatens prosecutors with contempt.

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  37. Liberty ONE says:

    Prediction: Judge Sullivan and the crooks from the SCO WILL have a pow wow. In the end the entire case WILL be dismissed WITH the agreement of the SCO. WHY? It prevents ALL their misconduct from seeing the light of day.There should be NO agreement on the part of Flynn whereby he is precluded from suing these POS’!

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  38. Aintree says:

    If only the other maliciously prosecuted Weissmann/Muller defendants had Sidney Powell in their legal corner. Her detailed motion is an impressive counterattack against the last remnants of a Special Counsel that should never have been hired in the 1st place. This SC, that was led by a carefully chosen, “widely respected” titular figurehead, took the concept of 2 tiered justice and political prosecution to reprehensible extremes that should never be repeated.

    Sidney will have done a great service for her client Gen. Flynn and also her country if she manages to prove and then expose what she knows occurred within the secret confines of the Special Counsel..

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  39. strateshooter says:

    I am in love with Sydney Powell 🙂

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  40. Conservative_302 says:

    I will include her in my nightly prayers praying for her safety and favor as I do for Trump. In her own effort to defend Flynn, she will expose the attempted coup perhaps more than anyone else. She is the real deal. Her kind can break any glass ceiling unlike the idiots the goofball lefties put forward as women of substance like Warren-barf! Along with holding back Brady material, I hope the targeting of Flynn son means something and is addressed. How can targeting someone’s family be legal? Are we no better than communist countries? How can rosenstein chummy up to Barr when he added Fynns son as target and offered to wear a wire to trap Trump? As with everything, this is in God’s hands. I just keep praying God will deliver justice to Flynn and Trump.

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  41. Bogeyfree says:

    It’s Ping Pong and IMO there are only three ways this plays out……

    1) Sullivan over rules Sidney and the light shines brightly on him as people scream of DS cover up and more judicial injustice.

    2) Sullivan rules in favor of Sidney BUT the DOJ drops the case to keep the documents from seeing the light of day. This IMO punts the football from Sullivan directly to AG Barr because the order to drop IMO would most likely require his blessing due to its sensitivity, high profile nature and security nature of the documents requested.

    3) Sullivan rules in Sidney’s favor and AG Barr allows the documents to be turned over.

    So, In an honest government where getting to the truth and upholding the rule of law is paramount we would hope that #3 would win out.

    But if it ends up where the case is dropped and documents never see the light of day then IMO PT HAS BEEN SNOOKERED and that should tell all everything we need to know about hats and end that argument once and for all.

    Maybe nuts in a vice is a better name for this game than ping pong.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Or, 4: FBI says not many records “exist”. The coup plotters haven’t come this far, only to tell the truth now…

      To protect the deep state (obama/hillary/DNC/Holder/Lynch/yates etc) Sullivan orders release of just a very few, relatively tame records, saying the rest have at least “colorable” classification, and irrelevant to guilty plea sentencing.

      That leaves it up to President Trump to declassify and order the NSA/DIA to produce the records, despite Barr and Wray working to withhold them….

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  42. Pristach says:

    AG Barr…

    Ball in your court

    What are you going to do? Comply with Judge’s order?

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  43. JoeS says:

    WHAT?

    The first item requested in this filing is a NEUTRON BOMB. See it below in quotes!

    The British Embassy sent a letter to the incoming and outgoing administrations disavowing Christopher Steele?

    WHAT A RED FLAG with ENORMOUS ramifications!

    If you are the incoming administration, the first thing you are going to do (if you already did not know what was going on) is ask why you are sending me this! That means, the Trump administration was aware of Steele early on. So can you imagine that Comey probably briefed then POTUS-Elect about the “salacious” details of the Steele Dossier after the Brits officially disavowed Steele as untrustworthy without telling POTUS-ELECT that salient point? We need a timeline on this one!

    The DOJ/FBI then continued an investigation of the incoming and then sworn-in POTUS that lead to a special counsel investigation based on a HUUUUGELY red-flagged source of information. There were likely three FISAs after Steele’s lack of credibility being (deemed untrustworthy” known when the Steele dossier was the principal probable cause for the FISAs! The begs the question of why (which we already know the answer to) the investigation did not focus (not on POTUS Trump) on the Steele operation, the process, and the OBAMA administration. That would have been the ONLY obvious direction for an investigation!

    WOW, JUST WOW!

    Here is the quote from the court filing:

    “1. A letter delivered by the British Embassy to the incoming National Security team after Donald Trump’s election, and to outgoing National Security Advisor Susan Rice (the letter apparently disavows former British Secret Service Agent Christopher Steele, calls his credibility into question, and declares him untrustworthy).”

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    • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

      If this is the case, that everyone in both camps knew the dossier was bullshit, then this whole thing all along was a race to dirty the other side up enough to put them out of business. Which also means Trump has calculated and factored their strategy into his maneuvers the whole time and concluded he would win by letting it play out. Let Washington be Washington, Dems be Dems, traitors be traitors, seditionists be seditionists.

      Michael Flynn is Harrison Ford, walking up the Hill.

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    • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

      Whatcha wanna bet it’s dated right before that lil’ ole get-together they had with Obama and crew, the one where they exchanged their favorite recipes and signed each others yearbooks.

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    • Midnite says:

      What if the letter NEVER made it to the Trump transition team? What if Trump or anyone else on his staff ever saw it?
      Let’s not forget, the FBI opened Crossfire Hurricane based on allegations made by Steele, the first FISA renewal is coming up and it too is based on Steele, Brennan’s Gang of 8 briefing is based on Steele, the IT threat assessment includes Steele information, Comey’s set-up is based on Steele. Their whole world literally revolves around Steele’s credibility and here you have some white hat in the UK intel throwing shade on him….what would you do?
      If it were me and my ass was hanging out in the breeze I’d burn my hard copy, delete it off my computer, destroy any paper trail that it ever existed and deny it till the day I die…or plan on being a librarian at the closest Federal Penitentiary.

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  44. Everyone should read the motion. This has the potential to blow the lid off the attempted coup against Trump.

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  45. Midnite says:

    I think there’s a damn good reason why Sidney and team led off with this ticking time bomb. Because it exposes the corruption of the Obama administration and it’s willful participation in an effort to thwart the peaceful transfer of power. This letter existed only at the highest levels of government and yet seemingly disappeared without a trace, even Devin Nunes during his investigation was unable to discover it’s whereabouts. It’s rumored existence, if proven, will reveal the lengths to which the prior administration was willing to go in an effort to discredit and delegitimize the Trump presidency.
    It may even lead directly to the doorstep of the SC’s office itself since they confiscated all of the files and electronic devices of the transition team immediately after their authorization, and without warrant. Wouldn’t it be special if a copy of that letter was found lurking in a forgotten folder on Flynns’ old computer, never opened or read by the man to whom it was addressed.

    Wouldn’t it be even more damning if the SC’s team had such a letter!

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  46. 13wasylyna says:

    Yawn…wake me up when the DOJ complies with Sullivans ruling….how long have we been watching the pot boil and the never ending promises of NancyGraceesque screeches of Bombshell Tonight

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  47. Doppler says:

    Re-reading the unsealed motion to disclose, I have some additional comments.

    In item 4, her request list documents regarding a long list of people and events, all tied to together with “and.” A weaselly lawyer reading might exclude anything that doesn’t include them all. She might consider clarifying by inserting of “any of” or the word “or” for and.

    In item 9 there is a list of people who apparently met to discuss Flynn, one name of which is redacted. It is reasonable to speculate that this is a whistleblower, whose name cannot be disclosed under the whistleblower rules. Also in Part IV, item c, a similar situation reveals two redactions, and could identify multiple whistleblowers. Ironically, all of the people at these meetings, i.e., the targets of any Spygate grand jury investigation, would know who is redacted, while the public does not. Not only is this ironic, but it turns the rules from protection of whistleblowers into a non-public “roadmap” to the targets over what witnesses the targets need to “deal with,” while hiding from the public the same information.

    In item 17, there is a reference to meetings between McCabe, Strzok and VP Pence, which I had not known about previously. The motion says such meeting(s) were referred to in the Mueller Report Vol II, page 34. I’m sorry, but I do not see any such reference in the Mueller Report at or near that page, although there may be different digital copies around. Why would McCabe and Strzok meet with Pence? Maybe in connection with telling him, contrary to Pence’s public statement that there’d been no such conversation, Flynn had in fact spoken to Ambassador Kislyak. Could it also have been an early probe into Pence’s potential interest in a 25th Amendment removal action???? since he would become President.

    Any help that Treepers can provide will be appreciated.

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  48. DesertRain says:

    Is there factual documentation on how Flynn came to be a speaker at the Dec 17, 2015 RT celebration in Moscow? And how did Jill Stein also get invited? Stein and Flynn just happened to be seated at the same table? Was someone supposed to be sitting in the chair between Flynn and Putin?

    Item 16 in Powell’s brief suggests Prof Mifsud might have been involved in the RT event.

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  49. Sidney Powell says:

    Thank you all! Great comments!

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