The Dawn of Justice for General Michael Flynn? by Larry C Johnson

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Based on conversations with friends and reading comments on conservative websites, there is a lot of frustration and doubt with respect to Attorney General William Barr and whether he will drop the hammer on the Deep Staters, such as Brennan, Clapper and Comey, for their respective roles in fomenting and promoting a coup to take out Donald Trump. The impatience and frustration is quite understandable, but recent developments indicate that Barr is not going to let these creeps off the hook.

To understand Barr’s supposed sloth–i.e., why he has not already indicted or prosecuted bent officials like Andy McCabe or Peter Strzok–you must realize that the US Attorney who runs things in the District of Colombia works in a massive building about 6 blocks north of the Department of Justice, i.e. The Judiciary Center at 555 Fourth St., N.W. in Washington, DC. While that US Attorney in theory answers to Barr, in reality that Attorney is free to pursue her or his own agenda. To make matters worse, that US Attorney has an Army of attorneys at her (now his) disposal. This is where Robert Mueller’s horde of corrupt attorneys hung out when Jesse Liu was in charge. Now, Timothy Shea is running things and appears to be less inclined to pursue his own agenda. Still, he is surrounded by a nest of vipers.

There is no way to put this nicely–the Judiciary Center and the Courts they use in the District of Columbia, show significant signs of corruption and deceit. You need only look at the gross injustice perpetrated on Roger Stone–Judge Amy Berman Jackson allowed the jury forewoman to lie about her bias and permitted the equivalent of an all white jury of Klansman being asked to try an African American.

One of those bent attorneys in the District of Colombia is Brandon Van Grack, lead prosecutor in the Michael Flynn case. General Flynn’s intrepid attorney, the Honey Badger, Sidney Powell, filed an explosive supplemental motion. It states in part:

This afternoon, the government produced to Mr. Flynn stunning Brady evidence that proves Mr. Flynn’s allegations of having been deliberately set up and framed by corrupt agents at the top of the FBI. It also defeats any argument that the interview of Mr. Flynn on January 24, 2017 was material to any “investigation.” The government has deliberately suppressed this evidence from the inception of this prosecution—knowing there was no crime by Mr. Flynn.

In addition, Mr. Flynn’s counsel has found further evidence of misconduct by Mr. Van Grack specifically. Not only did he make baseless threats to indict Michael G. Flynn, he made a side deal not to prosecute Michael G. Flynn as a material term of the plea agreement, but he required that it be kept secret between himself and the Covington attorneys expressly to avoid the requirement of Giglio v. United States, 405 U.S. 150 (1972). Exs. 1, 2.

Today’s document dump comes courtesy of the Eastern District of Missouri. Bill Barr realizes he cannot trust people in the District to do the right thing. Therefore, with the support of Tim Shea, the documents from Flynn’s former lawyers at Covington were reviewed by US Attorneys in Missouri. And guess what? They found the material relevant and damning.

Barr is strictly following the rules. But he also knows how the Washington crowd wants to play the game and he knows that he has other options. That is why he selected John Durham to investigate the Deep State plot.

Today’s revelation may not compel Judge Sullivan, who is presiding over Flynn’s trial, to back off and hold Van Grack and his co-horts accountable. But this revelation does further expose the corrupt and flimsy foundation of the case against General Flynn and will ultimately lead to his exoneration.

The movement on the Flynn case is not an isolated event. We have these other indicators:

Durham Probe Expands to Pentagon Office That Contracted FBI Spy Stephan Halper

Durham’s probe into possible FBI misconduct expanded based on new evidence, sources say

DEVELOPING: Durham Expands Probe Into Special Counsel’s Activities

John Durham Expands His Investigative Team as He Ramps Up Spygate Probe

I do not believe that these are just window dressing. The investigation is real and is drilling down on the right issues. We just need some patience.

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8 Responses to The Dawn of Justice for General Michael Flynn? by Larry C Johnson

  1. Deap says:

    Agree, and thanks for the update.
    “Forum shopping” is real so reasonable reservations about certain venues, like the District of Columbia, are well placed. Barr is doing us a favor not rushing to judgement at the first court on the block, or around the corner.
    Start low and slow – test the waters – Lady Justice has a history of winking under her loosely bound blindfold.

  2. Dear Mr. Johnson
    I am a longstanding friend and, jn a previous investment Banking Life, a former partner of Charles Ortel, and I have worked on the Clinton Foundation, namely UNITAID, its largest donor, itself funded mainly by French taxpayer, and recently on the Giustra Foundation Financial relationships with the Clinton one, which I fully deconstructed with interesting discoveries, including circular funding with amounts which did not reconcile.
    I have one question: I do understand that US prosecutors have immunity for their prosecution. But does it extend to abuses, misconduct and fraudulent behavors, and if it does, where is the silver line?
    With many thanks
    Fabien Chalandon

  3. turcopolier says:

    I will answer for LJ since I have a lot of experience with court proceedings in the US. Prosecutors can be punished for “”prosecutorial abuse” in both state and federal courts. This can extend to disbarment and imprisonment. Examples are the false prosecutions of Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska and of the Duke University lacrosse team for rape. Prosecutors in both cases were punished.

  4. Bill H says:

    Thanks for the effort at keeping up hope, but I will believe it when I see not only indictments but arraignments.
    “the Judiciary Center and the Courts they use in the District of Columbia, show significant signs of corruption and deceit.” And how does that continue for so long without being addressed and corrected. What is being as we speak to do anything about it?

  5. noel s. cowling says:

    Thank you Mr. Johnson for your “Dawn of Justice. I lack patience, was becoming concerned, and have now become somewhat relieved. I am aware of Barr’s history before his first term as AG during the presidency of GHW Bush. I would like to ask him about Robert Johnson.

  6. Keith Harbaugh says:

    Sundance reports some more anonymous sources speaking about what and why FBI/DOJ did:

  7. Charles Schulte says:

    What you must ask yourself is what made the top players think they could get away with it? Because no one has been watching out for the corruption for a long time, or they hire only those willing to play the deceit game. The whole institutions need dismantled from the top down. If this includes the innocent so be it, they had their chance to come forward with the truth. All positions should be rotated to stop institutional bias. I’ve never had much use for lawyers, sometimes knowing the laws gives you great insight on how to get around them, or worse yet, write in the loop holes that so many in power use.

  8. walrus says:

    President Trump, answering a question about Flynn in the rose garden a minute ago, said what has happened with Russiagate “must never be allowed to happen again “. He repeated it twice.

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