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Mon Feb 17, 2020, 11:09 AM

If Michael Flynn wants to withdraw his guilty plea, which he made in part to guarantee his spawn

AKA Michael Flynn Jr AKA the Republican Anwar al-Awlaki protection from prosecution...

Then shouldn't that part of the deal now be off the table as well?

The records also include FBI reports showing that Flynnís son Michael Jr. delivered information and data from the consulting firm to the firmís lawyers on several occasions as they were preparing foreign-agent filings that prosecutors say were untruthful. It is unclear from the documents whether Michael Flynn Jr. was familiar with the contents of the materials or was simply acting as a courier.

The younger Flynn was never charged, but Powell has argued that the decision by the retired general and Defense Intelligence Agency chief to plead guilty in 2017 was driven in part by concerns about his son being targeted by prosecutors.

https://www.politico.com/news/2020/01/07/doj-michael-flynn-jail-six-months-095584

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Reply If Michael Flynn wants to withdraw his guilty plea, which he made in part to guarantee his spawn (Original post)
ck4829 Feb 2020 OP
gibraltar72 Feb 2020 #1
not_the_one Feb 2020 #2
Chainfire Feb 2020 #3
ck4829 Feb 2020 #4

Response to ck4829 (Original post)

Mon Feb 17, 2020, 11:13 AM

1. That will be Barred!

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Response to gibraltar72 (Reply #1)

Mon Feb 17, 2020, 11:28 AM

2. Great!! Turn his name into a verb.

His name can be synonymous with "obstructive interference, preventing the pursuit of justice".

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Response to ck4829 (Original post)

Mon Feb 17, 2020, 11:34 AM

3. What difference does it make?

If convicted, Trump will pardon him, so it really makes little practical difference. Hell, he may even get a Medal of Freedom out of the deal.

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Response to Chainfire (Reply #3)

Mon Feb 17, 2020, 11:37 AM

4. What do you suggest then?

Don't 'dismiss' without 'replace'.

Also, a pardon is not exoneration.

Also, a medal of freedom is becoming just that, a medal under Trump... that will just be the final nail in the coffin in the significance of the medal.

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