Could Michael Flynn Be Exonerated This Week? Explosive Report Suggests Mueller's Case Will Implode, Was "Set Up" by FBI

Could Michael Flynn Be Exonerated This Week? Explosive Report Suggests Mueller’s Case Will Implode, Was “Set Up” by FBI


This week could be a milestone week for retired Lt. General Michael Flynn.

Reports have surfaced indicating that there is new, never-before-seen evidence on Michael Flynn that could potentially allow the charges against him to be dropped!

Gregg Jarrett says that these new court documents, which have officially been handed over to Flynn’s lawyer, should also allow him to sue his persecurtors!

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In a piece for Fox News, Jarrett writes:

It is now beyond dispute that Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn committed no crimes. But, it appears that top FBI officials and prosecutors may have. Evidence was concealed and justice obstructed. This is unconscionable behavior.

While the mainstream media focuses on all things related to the COVID-19 pandemic, multiple sources are going on the record to state that Michael Flynn will be “completely exonerated this week.”

New facts also call into question the voluntariness of Flynn’s “guilty” plea, or if he was pressured or coerced into it.

More news on how Robert Mueller’s case against Flynn may potentially implode:

Now, the legal team for Michael Flynn has declared that new evidence proves that Trump's national security adviser was "set up" by the FBI.

Flynn is fighting back hard to have the case against him fully dismissed.

Both President Trump and Donald Trump Jr. have retweeted posts suggesting Flynn's total exoneration.

The Daily Mail has more details on new evidence showing that the government "framed" Flynn:

President Trump on Sunday retweeted a post from Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo who claims that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn will be ‘completely exonerated’ this week.

‘Breaking News: sources tell me [Flynn] will be completely exonerated this week. It was a total fraud. A Set up. More tomorrow,' Bartiromo tweeted on Sunday.

Batiromo then posted another tweet with the hashtag #GeneralFlynn. The tweet was copied to several of Bartiromo’s guests for her morning show on Monday.

The president on Sunday also retweeted a clip of a Fox News interview with Devin Nunes, the Republican congressman from California.

Nunes said that 'possibly exculpatory evidence' that the government concealed during the investigation into Flynn was submitted to the court on Friday.

Nunes also claimed that the evidence shows that the government 'framed' Flynn.

Flynn’s lawyers on Friday claimed that the Justice Department turned over ‘stunning’ evidence which proves that the former national security adviser was ‘set up and framed’ by the FBI.

The attorneys are asking a federal judge to consider the evidence as part of their request to withdraw Flynn’s guilty plea during the investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections, according to The Washington Post.

The material remains under protective order barring the release of the information to the public.

Flynn’s lawyer, Sidney Powell and Jesse Binnall, wrote that the new material ‘proves Mr. Flynn’s allegations of having been deliberately set up and framed by corrupt agents at the top of the FBI.’

‘The government has deliberately suppressed this evidence from the inception of this prosecution — knowing there was no crime by Mr. Flynn,’ according to his lawyers.

Earlier this year, Attorney General William Barr ordered an external review into Flynn’s case headed by Jeff Jensen, the US attorney in St. Louis.

Jensen is a former FBI agent with a long background in battling white-collar crime.

Just as the Russia hoax fell apart, it appears that the case against Flynn may be unraveling as well.

Perhaps the biggest mover in this was the release of new documents to Flynn's legal team. These documents had been withheld for years.

Currently, the new documents are not available to the public, but CBS's Catherine Herridge says that may change.

The Washington Examiner reports that Devin Nunes believes that documents Flynn's legal team received last Friday contains "exculpatory evidence:"

The California congressman, who is the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, said he suspects that a filing submitted to the court in Flynn's case on Friday contained exculpatory evidence and noted that U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri Jeffrey Jensen, who was selected by Attorney General William Barr in January 2020, is reviewing the Flynn case.

CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge also reported on Sunday that Friday's filing will be "important" for the coming days.

"Drawing attention Friday filing Flynn case @CBSNews told important for days ahead. AG Barr directed Missouri US Attorney to review FBI personnel 'communications and notes,' in part, to determine whether key evidence withheld. Docs under seal but may change," she tweeted.

Last week, the legal team for Flynn, led by Sidney Powell, claimed newly released evidence showed the former Trump national security adviser was “set up” by the FBI.

Flynn, 61, is fighting to dismiss the government's case against him, which stems from the Russia investigation.

He pleaded guilty in December 2017 for lying to investigators about his conversations with Russian diplomat Sergey Kislyak regarding sanctions on Russia and a United Nations resolution on Israel. But in January, he told the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., that he was "innocent of this crime." He filed to withdraw his guilty plea after the Justice Department asked the judge to sentence Flynn to up to six months in prison, though afterward, the department said probation would also be appropriate. Powell is pressing for the dismissal of his case by arguing the FBI unfairly treated Flynn.

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If these reports prove substantive, then it should concern every American that allies of the president were legally persecuted for simply doing their jobs.

This story continues to develop every hour.

Stay tuned for more updates!

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