Many Americans believe General Michael Flynn was railroaded during the Mueller investigation.
Now, Flynn’s attorney has filed suit and, in the process, outlined how the FBI entrapped Flynn and may have even invented a narrative to get him indicted.
Orchestrating It All
According to Sidney Powell, Flynn’s attorney, notable members of the FBI literally orchestrated the entire indictment of Flynn.
Powell pointed to several text messages going back and forth Peter Strzok and Lisa Page showing how the FBI purposely creating a strategy to entrap Flynn.
At one point, Strzok even admits that he either thought Flynn did not think he was lying or simply did not remember certain facts.
Remember, Flynn was charged with lying, so the FBI clearly wanted to take advantage of his “memory” issues to trap him.
There were also mentions of specific evidence the FBI deliberately held back from the defense.
A 302 form is what the FBI uses for interviewing witnesses.
The 302 for Michael Flynn reportedly changed rather dramatically after the initial report had been filed.
Powell stated, “On February 10, 2017, the news broke—attributed to ‘senior intelligence officials’—that Mr. Flynn had discussed sanctions with Ambassador Kislyak, contrary to what Vice President Pence had said on television previously.”
Once that leak came out, the changes to the 302 were made.
“Those changes added an unequivocal statement that ‘FLYNN stated he did not’—in response to whether Mr. Flynn had asked Kislyak to vote in a certain manner or slow down the UN vote.”
“This is a deceptive manipulation because, as the notes of the agents show, Mr. Flynn was not even sure he had spoken to Russia/Kislyak on this issue. He had talked to dozens of countries.”
There was also blatant manipulation of the facts as stated by Flynn.
For instance, Flynn stated that he never remembered making four to five calls to Ambassador Kislyak and would have only done so because he was calling from the Dominican Republic and the calls may have been dropped.
When the final 302 was submitted, it stated, “Flynn remembered making four to five calls that day about this issue, but that the Dominican Republic was a difficult place to make a call as he kept having connectivity issues.”
Same point but worded in a way that completely changes Flynn’s perspective on what actually took place.
Powell is now asking the court to dismiss all charges and if they are dismissed, this is going to open another can of worms for Democrats and will surely stoke the fire of all the conspiracy theories that are already floating out there regarding Flynn and the Russian collusion investigation.