Sidney Powell Writ of Mandamus US v Michael Flynn May 19, 2020, “seeks an order directing the district court to grant the Justice Department’s Motion to Dismiss its criminal case”
“Immediately after President Trump won election, opponents inaugurated what they call ‘The Resistance’ and they rallied around an explicit strategy of using every tool and maneuver to sabotage the functioning of the executive branch.” …Attorney General Barr
And I’ve now found a witness who says the original 302 did in fact say that Flynn was honest with the agents.”...Attorney Sidney Powell
“Instead of doing so, the government has continued to defy its
constitutional, ethical and legal obligations to this Court and to the defense, and to hide evidence that it knows exonerates Mr. Flynn. As is the essence of the problem here, instead of protecting its citizens, the “government” is protecting its own criminal conduct and operatives.”…Attorney Sidney Powell October 23, 2019
From the Sidney Powell
EMERGENCY PETITION FOR A WRIT OF MANDAMUS
Filed May 19, 2020.
“This petition seeks an order directing the district court to grant the
Justice Department’s Motion to Dismiss its criminal case against former
National Security Advisor to President Trump, Lieutenant General Michael
T. Flynn (Ret.) (“Motion to Dismiss”). ECF No. 198. The Government moved
to dismiss the Information charging a violation of 18 U.S.C. §1001 after an
internal review by United States Attorney Jeffrey Jensen unearthed stunning
evidence of government misconduct and General Flynn’s innocence.
This Court has jurisdiction pursuant to the All Writs Act, which
authorizes federal courts to issue writs “in the aid of their respective
jurisdictions and agreeable to the usages and principles of law.” 28 U.S.C.
§1651(a). The district court’s failure to grant the Government’s Motion to
Dismiss defies this Court’s binding precedent in United States v. Fokker
Servs., B.V., 818 F.3d 733, 740 (D.C. Cir. 2016). The district court’s sua
sponte appointment of an amicus to oppose the Government’s motion and
its Minute Order to issue a schedule for additional amici are at loggerheads
with the unanimous Supreme Court opinion in United States v. SinenengSmith, No. 19–67 (U.S. May 7, 2020).
Petitioner respectfully requests that this Court order the district court
immediately to (1) grant the Justice Department’s Motion to Dismiss; (2)
vacate its order appointing amicus curiae; and (3) reassign the case to
another district judge as to any further proceedings.
Whether the district court exceeded its authority and egregiously
abused its discretion by failing to grant the Government’s Motion to Dismiss
the Criminal Information and, instead, appointing an amicus to oppose the
motion and to propose contempt and perjury charges against General Flynn,
while inviting additional amici.”