Last week on Friday night, Michael Flynn was pleaded guilty for lying to the FBI.
He caused outrage among many people that believed that hes’s the victim of horrible double standards.
But, it turns out that the charges may be dropped.
The FBI agents who interviewed Flynn, Peter Strzok was fired from Robert Mueller’s special counsel after Mueller found anti-Trump texts he used to send to his mistress while working on the same team. His termination occurred in August, but Mueller and his team failed to disclose the incident to Congress at the public.
According to our source, America’s Freedom Fighters, Law professor and USA Today columnist Glenn Reynolds, who runs a blog called Instapundit, outlined the case why the judge should drop the charges against Flynn. He believes that Flynn wasn’t even informed of the bias from Strzok.
“A READER WHO IS A FORMER PROSECUTOR AND JUDGE EMAILS:
Did the prosecution tell Flynn’s lawyer that their main witness against him was removed for bias? Since Strzok led the interview and his testimony would be needed to establish untruthfulness, he is a critical witness not just a prosecutor. If not disclosed, would this not be a Giglio violation? This is the kind of misconduct that can get a case dismissed and a lawyer disbarred. It is a Constitutional violation. This has bothered me since I heard about it.”
Strzok appears to be more of a political operative than an objective investigator, as he has been at the center of every criminal case since the election including Hillary’s secret email server. He was implicated for using the “Russian dossier” as the base for his investigation into President Donald Trump’s collusion with the Russians.
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