Judge Sullivan Denies Flynn Motion for Brady Material, Schedules Sentencing for January 28th….

In an order released moments ago, Federal Judge Emmet Sullivan has denied all of the Brady requests by the Flynn defense lawyer and summarily rejected the position of defense counsel.  Flynn sentencing is scheduled for January 28th, 2020.

Judge Sullivan relies heavily on the Mueller report and finds: the case was adequately predicated and authorized by Rod Rosenstein; the original guilty plea to Judge Contreras was appropriately informed; the government followed all appropriate notifications for Brady material; the evidence of Flynn’s guilt is accurately demonstrable to the guilty plea Mr. Flynn accepted; and there was no prosecutorial misconduct.

Here’s the ruling:

It is somewhat interesting how the list of material for declassification is a portion of the brady material.  By withholding the classification material (particularly the Susan Rice memo to file) Attorney General William Barr has built the gallows upon which Flynn will hang….

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701 Responses to Judge Sullivan Denies Flynn Motion for Brady Material, Schedules Sentencing for January 28th….

  1. Mr e-man says:

    I don’t see any legal analysis of this, including from Ms. Powell. Could Flynn be sentenced to a lesser charge, time served, and we all move on to re-elect Trump and Flynn pardon?

    I just don’t see the impact yet other than a seeming coverup or DOJ adamant crimes occurred. Crimes seem unreasonable.

    Coverup is really bad.

    What is exposure? To the man and to the country?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sayit2016 says:

      Or…Trump instructs a declass and throws a wrench into the middle of it…

      Pray for Flynn.


      • old white guy says:

        Not going to happen, the entire government is comprised of liars. There will be no war, no rebellion no matter how badly it is needed. Sheep are still sheep even when armed.

        Liked by 2 people

    • richard verney says:

      Does Flynn now need to withdraw the guilty plea?

      At this late stage, no doubt that this will be difficult, and it is not clear what impact that would have. I envisage that Sydney Powell will be discussing this with Flynn. Maybe this will be used as a bargaining tool with regard to sentencing, encouraging the prosecution to go for a more lenient term.

      We need to wait and see what if any further steps are taken.

      Liked by 1 person

      • An says:

        I would be leery of this, I think he’d get a worse deal if he did that at this point. The judge had a bizarre rant over what was, roughly speaking, improper use of quotation marks in a brief. No, sorry, I don’t buy “plagiarism” as a thing when they gave you the source in a footnote and you admit to such in the ruling. And I don’t know why it wasn’t somehow relevant as to how many people who took part in Flynn’s case have left the FBI for misconduct of some kind….

        This kind of thing, which had no discernible relevance to anything, only says to me that he’s not going to give the defense anything at this point and I would plan for appeal.


        • JL says:

          Not only that, the case cited by Sullivan was a case where the attorney was disbarred for fraudulent billing of hours. He wasn’t found to have plagiarized. The “case” was actually a Professional Conduct hearing in front of the DC Court of Appeals.

          Hilarious that Sullivan got petty and cited an irrelevant case to support his rebuke of Powell. Here is the relevant text from that case:

          “In a third matter, in which respondent was appointed to represent a criminal defendant on appeal, respondent filed a brief in this court that was virtually identical to the brief filed earlier by his client’s codefendant. Respondent denied having plagiarized the brief, claiming to have never seen the co-defendant’s brief. He later stated that the brief was primarily written by an intern. However, respondent submitted a voucher for payment asserting that he expended more than nineteen hours researching and writing the brief. The Board concluded that respondent’s conduct in that matter violated Rule 8.4(c).”


  2. pinochet237 says:


    Some apologies would be nice.

    -Formerly donttrustbarr.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Rick says:

    This ruling by Judge Sullivan is profoundly disappointing. An unjust ruling. He should have dismissed the case when Van Grack refused to provide the Brady Material.

    God help us.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Mike says:

      Trump is toast and will be removed by the corrupt Senate asap. The Palace Guard sees the chance to establish their dictatorship and will seize it. People may end up getting their asses shot off because of this. Sullivan may be afraid of being Arkancided.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Rich Gorman says:

    No Prosecutorial Misconduct !! Wow !!
    Got it !! BAR attornies can never ever ever ever ever ever be found guilty of misconduct or wrongdoing !! Never ever.
    B A R ATTORNIES. Who do they really work for ?? Mueller / Weissman – A OK.
    I think it is time is time to open the gun cabinet and check all equipment.
    Ref: George Zimmerman , the officer in Ferguson who shot BIG MIKE BROWN in self defense , Gen. Flynn , Deceased Senator Ted Stephen’s, and on and on and on. Lives ruined by THE ( in) JUSTICE SYSTEM. BAR….

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Murray in Nashville says:

    I just read the whole order, and while I am not a lawyer, it sure reads like EVERY detail has been clearly addressed so if appropriate, could be appealed.

    Bottom line from my layman’s perspective, DO NOT PLEAD GUILTY TO A CRIME YOU DID NOT COMMIT!

    Liked by 11 people

    • joebkonobi says:

      Good point Murray, but then prosecutors are not supposed to threaten the defendant to prosecute his family to get a guilty plea. There is no national security issues within the exculpatory evidence requested, they are just hiding the government misconduct.

      Liked by 7 people

    • askandgettruth says:

      dr. corsi is a very brave man. he called their bluff by not lying and is now suing mueller i hope he and other people sue the crap out of all these traitors brennen should hang or the guillotine would fit.


  6. warmac9999 says:

    Apparently, the judge doesn’t understand the concept of the fruit of the poisonous tree. Used quite often as a legal defense.

    Liked by 2 people

    • 2zymos says:

      Not so.
      The judge knows it ALL — very well knows it…
      So the logical DEMAND discovery is not ignorance but… this:
      Criminal actor

      Nunes just said on Sun on Maria Bart interview — the FISA judges will not engage on righting wrongs obviously accomplished: “They.” are. in. on. it.

      And when the courts are “in on the treason and tyranny”, what is the remedy?
      Militia–and nothing less–will enforce the law or we will no longer have the law and will soon thereafter loose the remains of our liberties.
      The Constitution is a only piece of paper until the militia forms up.
      They will wipe themselves with it if the militia fails to show.

      Liked by 3 people

      • randyinrocklin says:

        guess who is responsible for making sure the FISA Court is on the up an up????? You can thank GW for CJ John Roberts for his inaction on both the malfeasance of the judges and the Congress. That s*um.

        Liked by 2 people

        • David A says:

          And to whom does Judge Sullivan report to? ( and what authority and options does that person have?)


          • 2zymos says:

            They report to ‘you’ and always ‘you’ pay their wages.
            Eventually, if they fail to report and perform, then ‘always’ becomes ‘no-longer’ and then….
            I have an answer for what comes next. Do ‘you’?
            [honest question and no critique or insult intended big ‘you’ intended and not personal]


  7. jello333 says:

    Trump seems confident. At times he seems full of righteous anger. He doesn’t seem the least bit worried. I completely trust the guy, and will gladly and proudly follow him into battle… quite literally if need be. Soooo…. nope, not worried. Angry? OH YEAH! But NOT worried.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Peoria Jones says:

      Thanks, jello. 🙂

      Liked by 4 people

    • alwaystrump says:

      JELLO…I feel the same. God put TRUMP in office against every imaginable obstacle. God is not finished with TRUMP…..the job has only just begun. Trump has to win again to complete the task. I can’t understand Bill Barr, but as long as TRUMP trusts him, so do I.

      Liked by 3 people

      • BoreMole says:

        Good luck with that.

        Every time someone cites their god as everything is fine, no need to act…, it reminds me of the sunday school tale of the old lady whose house was burning down. Subsequent neighbors and police and others come by and offer to help her. She just rocks and says “god will take care of it.” When she dies, she asks God why he didn’t save her… He says “what?! i sent like five guys and you refused to take their help. And you just sat there, too, by the way.”

        I’m fine if you trust him to your next life, but only we will be able to do something about this. And it seems clear to me we are not doing anything, so… back to football or whatever.


  8. xsnake ralf says:

    Conservative media blowin’ sunshine up our knickers on this one, for a long while.
    Totally unexpected outcome, imminent.


    • 2zymos says:

      Not in my lensing.
      This situation has always been that a decision point for “the judges” (some of whom are in on it) will soon occur. And “‘now’ we arrive at the times of deciding and all the known and unknown motivations focus down on sullivan. After his decision here, and before his sentencing of Flynn, the uncorrupted or lesser corrupted IN POWER will have a chance to respond and outline their coming steps. Very little of this will be known to us in real time if ever known to us. –as was the case in the CJSCOTUS disaster surrounding obamacare, where Roberts effectively writes both the majority and the dissenting opinion while being allowed to completely cover-up the process. We still are mostly uninformed of the underlying activity THAT HAD TO TAKE PLACE re Roberts.
      I am unaware of ANY outlet, conservative or otherwise, that has proffered the idea that Sullivan is a backstop for Flynn or for the people.
      IMO, Flynn’s new attny has presented the information knowing that Sullivan will show his hand at some point, and then counter plays will be called.
      One of these ‘counters’ is most definitely declass — in Barr’s hands.
      And soon we will know where Barr is too.
      My ‘estimation’ is that Barr has withheld declass so that Sully is “on-the-hook” to be reeled in by his own decision making — intent thereby established.
      Complexity aside, it was Sully’s move… and then back to Trump/Flynn/others for counter.
      In the end, if we need the militia to sort things out–so be it.

      Liked by 2 people

      • trnathens says:

        I just don’t see PDJT saying what he’s said, “I’ve caught them all,” the comments he made to the Press about Ukraine, which turned out to be true, if he couldn’t prove it. For this to work, it must be irrefutable, incontrovertible, devastating, and implicate the DNC, and MSM. We don’t know the plan. But do you honestly think Don JR or Ivanka are going to let politicians take out their dad?

        Seriously, try to understand the depth of PDJT’S pissed-offedness at the fact that for YEARS he supported these very same people financially. He donated to both parties. They saw him as a chump with money. They gladly took it. He got a picture, they laughed at him. And now they’re treating him like this? And his family? This is SO personal that I would sooner believe the sun will rise in the West, than to think that PDJT will lose, AT THIS POINT. He made it all this way to what…fail now? Why are you afraid, oh ye of little faith.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Orygun says:

          Oh, ye of little faith indeed! President Trump is MY president and he is the only one I can see that is willing to try to help and turn this crap around. He has watched this for decades and is uniquely qualified to do just that.


  9. evergreen says:

    Where is ristvan? This was “checkmate”. Yesterday or so Beau Geste was excoriated for his screed and pronounced “wrong” in his supposition re the propriety of FISC judges. Now, we have a checkmate move by Powell that is thrown out wholesale by this judge. So, what exactly is the story?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Peoria Jones says:

      “Where is ristvan?”

      Who is ristvan? And whose site is this? Sorry had to ask.


      • evergren says:

        ristvan is a somewhat celebrated, anonymous attorney who initially “lurked” at CTH and over time with commentary established a standing as a resident go-to for legal insight for the layperson community here in the comments section. He sounds experienced in the corporate world as some sort of legal professional who, if I recall correctly and have my pseudonyms straight, rubbed sharp elbows with Romney both in school and in the corporate world.

        Respected and typically of mild manner, he uncharacteristically sharpened his pencil the other day on a CTH poster who opined as to the FISC judges and their perceived lack of propriety. Today, with the Sullivan ruling, he has not been heard from so far as I have seen. His assertion as of the time that Powell put her filing to the court was that she had boxed Sullivan into a corner which had no escape but to acknowledge Brady violations by the prosecution. Having read deep into the Sullivan response, he pretty well told Flynn to pound sand. So, whence this checkmate characterization?


    • Beau Geste says:

      IMHO, Ristvan lost credibility with his strange defense of the FISC judges. He may be sincere, but naively trusts the judiciary in theory, which does not work when some of them are crooked. I doubt Ristvan has ever tried a case to a crooked judge (it is very frustrating).

      The only reason for the existence of the FISC is to protect Constitutional rights, which the FISC has demonstrably failed completely. I asked Ristvan to point out what he disagreed with, so his unsupportable faith in the FISC could be discussed. He disappeared. He may be stunned?


      • randyinrocklin says:

        I enjoyed the banter there.


      • evergreen says:

        His comment was ill tempered. I didn’t understand his zeal for the FISC judges, particularly in light of Collyer and now the IG’s uncontested evidence of malpractice before the court.

        As to today’s ruling, probably stunned. How to reconcile Sullivan, a slam-dunk Powell filing, and the FISC?


  10. omyword says:

    There seems to be a grand jury investigation ongoing concerning the Awan case and DWS. Thus it can not be turned over. So it seems to me this is a retalitory strike by the left.


    The same evidence that could free Gen. Flynn is being used to indict others in another case which is ongoing. This judge is well aware of this. He is trying to force the release of this material to damage Bill Barrs case in the grand jury investigation.


  11. Judy says:

    This is pure BULLSHIT!!!!!!

    Barr has just proved to be a swamp rat!!!
    Good friend of Mueller’s. What a piece of crap 💩


    • omyword says:

      Barr is protecting a grand jury investigation. This judge is trying to force him into turning over information from that ongoing investigation. Gen. Flynn is being held hostage and Sullivan is making that happen. Not Barr.



      • joebkonobi says:

        My tinfoil hat leads me to believe that we are getting played. . .by the government. . .again. After the past three years, not sure why I would trust the governmentat this point..

        Liked by 4 people

      • Justin Green says:

        I didn’t see that explained anywhere in that article. What does Barr have to do with a FOIA?

        Barr could absolutely just drop the charges against Flynn without declassifying a thing. Period. So that argument is out the window.

        Liked by 2 people

        • trnathens says:

          And suffer the political loss? No. Flynn must be convicted, and then exonerated in the reveal. You guys forget PDJT is a producer. He’s producing. Using the different pieces as he needs to. You may think I give him too much credit. Maybe? We’ll see. What part of his personality makes you think he’ll accept anything other than total vindication? What has he done that leads you to believe that after fighting this long and hard that he’s just gonna…give up. Rollover. Submit.


          Didn’t think so. Don’t be afraid. Have faith.


  12. Howard says:

    So the last chance for accountability is Durham. Unless he nails Brennan, Comey, Clapper and their key underlings, they’ll have gotten away with America’s biggest political crime.


  13. amanda4321 says:

    These two articles explain reasons the deep state targeted Flynn (he outed the Kenyan’s intell agencies arming/training ISIS and he spoke out about Fetulah Gulen–terrorist kingpen protected by CIA and State dept)

    “When Flynn was head of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency and afterwards, he blew the whistle on the U.S. and its allies willfully allowing Islamic terrorists to flourish in Syria. That didn’t ingratiate him with the Deep State …
    Then last November, Flynn ruffled more feathers by writing: ‘The primary bone of contention between the U.S. and Turkey is Fethullah Gülen, a shady Islamic mullah residing in Pennsylvania whom former President Clinton once called his “friend” in a well circulated video. Gülen portrays himself as a moderate, but he is in fact a radical Islamist. He has publicly boasted about his “soldiers” waiting for his orders to do whatever he directs them to do. … To professionals in the intelligence community, the stamp of terror is all over Mullah Gülen’s statements in the tradition of Qutb and al Bana. Gülen’s vast global network has all the right markings to fit the description of a dangerous sleeper terror network….To add insult to injury, American taxpayers are helping finance Gülen’s 160 charter schools in the United States. These schools have been granted more H1-B visas than Google'”


    Liked by 4 people

  14. Alligator Gar says:

    Sullivan looks like a fat version of Eric ‘the Red’ ‘Wingman’ Holder and Obumbler. I will never, ever trust anyone again who looks like these three azzclowns. Ugly, corrupt, incompetent jerks of the lowest order. Their antecedents should be SO proud of themselves for making sh!t sandwiches like these three. I am furious and ready to rumble. I think this is pure racism against Flynn AND POTUS!!!! Jealousy is an evil disease, ‘Judge’ Sullivan. Oh, and you should give back your culturally appropriated Irish name and choose one from your OWN culture. I suggest MUGABE!


  15. Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

    It’s a shame Flynn didn’t hire Sidney Powell in the first place. She was trying to undo the mess that Flynn and his prior attorneys had created.

    Liked by 5 people

  16. dave casper says:


    Liked by 1 person

  17. BitterC says:

    You would have us believe that Barr leaned on the judge? That’s quite an unsupported stretch


  18. Hebo Sabe says:

    This could be since deep investigatory work demands silence on all fronts.


  19. Ned Zeppelin says:

    I was thinking about this today and knowing POTUS or his folks read CTH my request is: when you need us to travel to Washington DC to stand in your defense just ask us. It is time for a show of force, albeit civilized and non-violent, as we abhor the tactics of the Left. Just numbers in the millions. Tell us the hour, the time, the place. We will be there. I only want to go if we are all called to duty. To stand proud. To demand justice. DJT you need only ask.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Bill says:

    Didn’t Sydney say she would withdraw his guilty plea if the judge didn’t give up the exculpatory evidence?

    Liked by 2 people

  21. Ned Zeppelin says:

    I was thinking about this today and knowing POTUS or his folks read CTH my request is: when you need us to travel to Washington DC to stand in your defense just ask us. It is time for a show of force, albeit civilized and non-violent, as we abhor the tactics of the Left. Just numbers in the
    millions. Tell us the hour, the time, the place. We will be there. I only want to go if we are all called to duty. To stand proud. To demand justice. DJT you need only ask.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Mongo Mere Pawn says:

    All you need to know about this opinion is that Judge Sullivan felt sufficiently hoisted upon his own petard by Powell’s briefing, in which she suggested that the DOJ had learned nothing from his rulings in the Stevens fiasco nor gave a rat’s ass about his standing Brady order, that he decided to shoot the messenger by accusing her of unethical briefing misconduct right up front. There was absolutely no need to do so. Could have and should have been ignored, or at best been relegated to a gentle admonishment in a footnote. Particularly since Powell’s briefing, and her public statements, while clearly advocacy for her position — shocking — have always been very respectful of Sullivan. Pretty chickensh*t.

    Liked by 4 people

  23. GB Bari says:

    Politipage is headlining this story with the hyperlink right here to CTH.
    AT least that extends Sundance’s reach a bit to those who may not otherwise get the quality analysis that we Treepers are used to reading.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. Retired IG says:

    Reading the “judge” reply I can only suppose that I am now living in “Star Trek – the Next Generation.” Am left wondering what the common key is re Flynn that has had everyone’s bowels in an uproar from the day he became a “person of interest.”
    And is he judge. yet again, another straw man without a brain? ( Wizard of Oz), Mueller.?) Or just want some time egocentric DHEAD that wants he name in the limelight? I never know. But sparring with Sidney Powel over General Flynn’s case? I almost just sent my adult fiizzy beverage out of my nostrils.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. Truthfilter says:

    I just said a prayer for Sidney Powell. She had reason to believe that Sullivan would come down on the side of Justice. He not only ruled against General Flynn, he insulted Mrs. Powell.

    This judge could very well be senile. Remember he called General Flynn a traitor and the next day had to apologize. He was wrong then and he was wrong today.

    Liked by 3 people

    • DJ says:

      “Remember he called General Flynn a traitor and the next day had to apologize.”
      Well, technically, he didn’t CALL Flynn a traitor, he asked him if he WAS a traitor. And he apologized during the same hearing, not the next day. He called for a break and realized during the break that he had screwed up. But his whole behavior during that hearing gave me little hope that things would be better even after Ms. Powell later took up the case.

      One problem is that Flynn DID lie. He either lied to the FBI, which we all doubt, or he lied to the court when he told them that he lied to the FBI. Sullivan is just the kind of judge who would not take kindly to being lied to at all for any reason. None of the rest mattered to him – only his own ego and the sanctity of his own courtroom.

      Liked by 2 people

    • caddocache says:

      I agree. Have read her book “License to Lie” and look forward to her to be released book.


  26. Liberty ONE says:

    Sullivan is a COMPLETE disgrace to the “position”he holds. You have to be deaf, dumb and blind to NOT see the injustice, corruption & criminality perpetrated by the ‘team” that was involved in the prosecution of Gen. Flynn. I believe Sullivan fits the bil!

    Liked by 2 people

  27. Jon Jones says:

    NP. After President Trump is re-elected, he will pardon Flynn and anyone else who was not a traitor. Slick Willie taught Republicans how to correctly use the proper of the pardon for political reasons. Actually, Slick used it to line his pockets, but the lesson is still there.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. bluenova1971 says:

    This is the most disheartening news I have heard…ever

    Liked by 1 person

    • another face in the crowd says:

      I agree it is disheartening. I think the Judge is still upset with Flynn lying to the Judge that Flynn was guilty. But who knows, there are so many different factions, money and interest involved.
      The only thing that maters at the moment is trying to get enough votes in the House to prevent impeachment and if that fails to keep all Republican Senators on board to prevent losing our President and to prevent the MSM talking point of bi-partisan support for impeaching our President. It was crickets that there was bi-partisan support NOT to start this impeachment scam, it won’t be that way if the shoe is on the other foot.

      On a side note, a 1971 Nova is nice looking muscle car.

      Liked by 1 person

  29. dallasdan says:

    Sullivan is dirty. As SD has documented, Ms. Powell’s arguments have been compelling. He flushed the motion because he could, and did so to protect the Deep State operatives in the FBI and DOJ. JMO

    Liked by 1 person

    • dallasdan says:

      “By withholding the classification material (particularly the Susan Rice memo to file) Attorney General William Barr has built the gallows upon which Flynn will hang….”

      Speaks volumes.

      Liked by 1 person

  30. bessie2003 says:

    A comment on this topic on the LastRefuge’s twitter thread reminded me that I did read this, it was in the filing by Gen. Flynn’s new attorney, Ms. Powell, that said to the effect if the Brady information requested was not granted by the Judge that they (the attorneys for Flynn) would retract the guilty plea and ask for a full trial.

    Am going to assume that will be the next thing we hear about this.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. I’ve said it too many times, and now I’ve seen it. AG Barr is, and has always been, the Funeral Director. Barr’s entire public career has been devoted to burying the deep truth and letting the top brass walk.

    In the case of Flynn, I remain supportive of the patriot. But there was always something unexplainable on Flynn’s side. Refusing to withdraw his own Guilty plea (yet claiming he didn’t lie to FBI) restrained Flynn’s ability to mount an internally consistent open defense.

    Based on Sullivan’s actions here, I would be VERY leery of expecting any fairness by Chief Justice Roberts toward an aggressive Trump defense that exposes the Deep State in any Senate Impeachment hearings.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Judge Sullivan’s decision was imho was aimed directly at Sidney Powell.


    • Gary says:

      I concur, she filed an outstanding motion that at times was extremely critical (justifiably so) and it looks rather obvious to me the judge felt he needed to take Ms. Powell down a notch for daring to do so.

      Liked by 1 person

  33. Here’s the best article I’ve seen so far (other than Sundance’s) on the despicable Sullivan decision. Margot Cleveland over at the Federalist has a legal background and has been an excellent commentator on the Flynn debacle.

    She suggests that Sidney Powell might file another motion to dismiss based on prosecutorial misconduct based on the IG report. As she says: “it is likely going to take Flynn telling him, “I’m not guilty and I only pled because they threatened my son.”


    Liked by 2 people

  34. 6x47 says:

    Judge Sullivan has ruled basically, as good as Sidney Powell’s argument is the time to make it is passed. Remember when Flynn’s previous team hinted at these allegations of prosecutorial misconduct but then refused to pull the trigger when the judge asked if he wanted to withdraw his plea and have the judge launch an inquiry?

    The only way forward now is to withdraw the plea. Or, DOJ can drop the case.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Zippy says:

    Sidney Powell: Hour 1 | The Eric Metaxas Radio Show

    Sidney Powell: Hour 2 | The Eric Metaxas Radio Show


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