Judge Sullivan Folds: Flynn Case Finally Dismissed Following Trump Pardon | Zero Hedge

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The case against Gen. Michael has finally been dismissed by Judge Emmet Sullivan as Moot, less than two weeks after President Trump pardoned his former National Security Adviser – and several months after the Justice Department filed to dismiss the case in light of FBI misconduct.

The conclusion of ’s legal woes comes just under two weeks after President Trump pardoned him, after pleading guilty in December 2017 to lying to the FBI about contacts with the former Russian ambassador during the 2016 presidential transition – only to have the Justice Department drop the case after ’s attorney, Sidney Powell, fought for the release of information suggesting that the FBI laid a ‘perjury trap‘ to try and get him to lie.

Sullivan, refused to drop the case, and has instead asked a federal appeals court – twice – whether he can ignore the DOJ, after asking a government-paid private lawyer to argue against . The ‘’ Judge took a parting shot at , writing that “the pardon “does not, standing alone, render [Mr. ] innocent of the alleged violation” of 18 U.S.C. § 1001(a)(2). Schaffer, 240 F.3d at 38.”

Trump’s pardon effectively voided the criminal case against .

 

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