Acting solicitor general Jeff Wall reveals Atty Gen Barr dropped Flynn prosecution based on “lots of information, some of it is public and some is not.”
“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
“Ms. Sines’s testimony flatly contradicts the FBI’s claims that (1) it did not investigate matters pertaining to Mr. Rich; (2) it did not examine his computer; and (3) it conducted a “reasonable” search but could not locate any records or communications about Mr. Rich. Specifically, Ms. Sines’s testimony flatly contradicts the affidavit testimony of FBI Section Chief David M. Hardy.”…Attorney Ty Clevenger March 29, 2020
“her client was “totally set up” because he threatened to expose wrongdoing by top intelligence officials in the Obama administration.
“He was going to audit the intel agencies because he knew about the billions Brennan and company were running off the books,” Powell said, referring to former CIA Director John Brennan.”…Sidney Powell, Vickie McKenna Show
Acting solicitor general Jeff Wall made the following statements today, Tuesday, August 11, 2020, in the General Flynn appeal before the US Court of Appeals in Washington DC.
“We gave three reasons,” “One of them was that the interests of justice were no longer served by the prosecution. The attorney general made that judgment on the basis of lots of information, some of it is public and some is not.”
“Under the circumstances we went further than we thought we were obligated to,”
“To drive that point home, the attorney general sees this in the context of public information from other cases.”
“I just wanted to make clear that it may be possible that the attorney general had before him information that he was not able to share with the court,”
“and so what we put in front of the court were the reasons that we could, but it may not be the whole picture available to the executive branch.”
Listen to the oral arguments here:
The statements, I believe, stand on their own.