Intelligence Official: Transcripts Of Flynn's Calls Don't Show Criminal Wrongdoing


Danbones
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Intelligence Official: Transcripts Of Flynn's Calls Don't Show Criminal Wrongdoing

A current U.S. intelligence official tells NPR's Mary Louise Kelly that there is no evidence of criminal wrongdoing in the transcripts of former national security adviser Michael Flynn's conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, although the official noted that doesn't rule out the possibility of illegal actions.

The official also says that there are recordings as well as transcripts of the calls, and that the transcripts don't suggest Flynn was acting under orders in his conversations.
Intelligence Official: Transcripts Of Flynn's Calls Don't Show Criminal Wrongdoing : The Two-Way : NPR

well look at all the eggie faced leftie antitrumpsters

Gregg Jarrett: The leak of Flynn's conversations is a crime
Gregg Jarrett: The leak of Flynn's conversations is a crime | Fox News

...aiding abetting and celebrating a failed crime:
and you wonder why no one wants any of you running anything at any time?

Hiyah mentalFloss
 
mentalfloss
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Neither did Hillary Clinton's Emails.

But whether or not he broke the law was never the focus.
 
Curious Cdn
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Flynn resigned nevertheless. We were all surprised, too. Flynn must have something big on Flynn.
Last edited by Curious Cdn; Feb 20th, 2017 at 07:51 AM..
 
Cannuck
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"although the official noted that doesn't rule out the possibility of illegal actions"
 
Walter
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The Neverending, Mysterious Saga of Michael Flynn
https://amgreatness.com/2018/12/23/t...michael-flynn/

Yep.
 
Hoid
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The problem was when he claimed not to have had any conversation with or contact with any Russians as per the Team Trump Lie Version 1.0
 
Danbones
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Michael Flynn's attorney alleges government cover up

WASHINGTON — Nearly two years after he admitted lying to federal investigators about his contacts with a Russian ambassador, a lawyer for former national security adviser Michael Flynn accused the government Tuesday of covering up documents that she claims would have exonerated him.

What those documents are — and whether they, in fact, exonerate Flynn — is still up for debate.

Sidney Powell, a combative conservative lawyer and frequent Fox News commentator, accused prosecutors of withholding evidence that would help prove Flynn's innocence. She also accused federal officials, including former leaders of the FBI, of a longstanding effort to frame President Donald Trump's former national security adviser and called for the entire prosecution team to be removed from the case.

"There is egregious government misconduct and longtime suppression of Brady material that should’ve been provided to defense before there ever was a plea," Powell said during a hearing Tuesday, referring to a rule that requires the government to turn over evidence that could prove a defendant's innocence....

...Powell said "there is far more at stake here than sentencing," alleging that evidence, including memos and portions of infamous text messages between former FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, have been withheld and would've exonerated Flynn from allegations that he's a Russian agent.
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...on/1545599001/


McCabe is going down too...lol, Hoided right up the...