By Robert Willmann
In a 20-page document filed today in the criminal case against Gen. Michael Flynn (ret.), the U.S. Department of Justice asked that the charging document against him, the "information", be dismissed with prejudice, meaning that it cannot be re-filed in the future.
Filed before the motion to dismiss was a notice by the Robert Mueller group lawyer Brandon Van Grack that he is withdrawing as an attorney for the government in the case. He is still employed at the DOJ as chief of the Foreign Agents Registration Act section.
Thirteen exhibits were attached to the government's motion. Here is the request, without the exhibits–
I may have to get on the road, but I hope to provide more information soon.