Sidney Powell June 6, 2019 letter to Attorney General Barr filed in US v. Flynn October 1, 2019, “dismiss the prosecution of General Flynn in the interest of justice”
“Given the material defense counsel has requested, which remains outstanding, Mr. Van Grack’s denial that further Brady material exists is patently absurd. It demonstrates arrogance and utter contempt for the letter and the spirit of this Court’s explicit order, the rule of Brady v. Maryland, and the protections guaranteed to defendants by the U.S. Constitution.”…US v. Flynn motion to compel production of Brady Material
“Prosecutors Brandon Van Grack of the Justice Department’s national security division, who was formerly on Mr. Mueller’s team, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Deborah Curtis, of Washington, provided little explanation as to why they were not turning over the transcripts.”…Pittsburgh Post-Gazette June 1, 2019
“We are being lied to on a scale unimaginable by George Orwell.”…Citizen Wells
From the Sidney Powell June 6, 2019 letter to Attorney General Barr filed as Attachment 1 in the US v. Michael Flynn case on October 1, 2019.
“To that end, we request:
(i) The appointment of new government counsel with no connection to the Special Counsel team of attorneys or agents to conduct review of the entire Flynn case for Brady material that has not been produced and prosecutorial misconduct writ large.
(ii) A determination of when, how, and on what basis the first investigation of General Flynn began.
(iii)The preservation of all electronic devices issued to anyone by Special Counsel and preservation of their text messages, emails, and any other means of electronic communications.
(iv) A review of currently classified information that we believe to be Brady for declassification, or at minimum, production to me of a summary of that information.
(v) Interviews of additional witnesses we can identify that the Special Counsel did not interview because they would have created exculpatory information.
(vi) Consideration of the specific targeting of General Flynn and the disparate way in which he was treated as compared to others similarly situated–even by SCO.
(vii)At the end of this internal review, we believe there will be ample justification for the Department to follow the precedent of the Ted Stevens case and move to dismiss the prosecution of General Flynn in the interest of justice–whether it be we ink a simple joint motion or sua sponte by the Department.”