Flynn wore wire in Trump coup attempt
Robert Mueller (above), former FBI Director and Special Prosecutor
According to Robert Mueller, Mike Flynn agreed to “covert law enforcement activities” which included wearing a wire.
Flynn was National Security Adviser to President Donald J. Trump.
That wire was used in a failed coup attempt of the President.
Mike Flynn (above)
Source is Mueller’s letter dated Nov. 30th, 2017 to Flynn and his attorneys.
Flynn passed a lie detector test in April, 2016, according to Miss Sidney Powell.
Source is Page 19 of the transcript dated Sept. 10th in U.S. versus Flynn, case 17-232.
It is before Judge Emmett Sullivan, Federal District Court for the District of Columbia.
It is linked here:
As Flynn’s attorney, Powell has a copy of Flynn’s polygraph.
She has never asked for a transcript of it.
Even to verify whether her copy had been faked or doctored.
That is why Powell has decided against releasing it.
More criminal intent?
Immunity? Gone if she releases it.
Why risk more criminal charges?
That is why Powell has never asked to pull Flynn’s guilty plea.
Flynn could be facing more than five years in jail.
Out of court, Powell holds press conferences alleging evidence has been withheld that would help prove the innocence of her client.
In court, Powell has fought to limit documents with Flynn’s name on it to 14.
There are 22,000 pieces of evidence in the Flynn case.
Powell has those items plus three disc drives of information.
It details financial transactions of Flynn Intel Group since August, 2014.
Powell knows that evidence she is asking for never existed.
She has more evidence than the prosecutors.
And needs only Flynn’s permission to destroy it.
Flynn’s sentencing is Dec. 18th for lying to the FBI.
He pled guilty on Dec. 1st, 2017.
Mike Flynn (center) with his attorneys, Jesse Binnall (left) and Sidney Powell (far right)