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Flynn Supplemental Brief In Support of motion to withdraw plea of guilty, January 16, 2020, To clarify Van Grack’s responsibility for redline draft

Flynn Supplemental Brief In Support of motion to withdraw plea of guilty, January 16, 2020, To clarify Van Grack’s responsibility for redline draft

“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

“Why John Brennan, Peter Strzok and DOJ Needed Julian Assange Arrested”…The Conservative Treehouse November 3, 2019

“The FBI clearly has records pertaining to Seth Rich, and it has withheld those
records in bad faith.”…Attorney Ty Clevenger October 11, 2019


From the General Michael Flynn


“Michael T. Flynn “Mr. Flynn” submits this supplemental brief to clarify and supplement his Motion to Withdraw Plea of Guilty.
To clarify the sequence of events, especially Mr. Van Grack’s responsibility for the redline draft that deleted the assertion that Mr. Flynn “then and there knew” there were “false statements” in the FARA registration form, ECF No. 151 at 12, also attached here as Exhibit 1 (highlighting added). The defense provides the following emails (attached as Exhibits 2-4):
• Monday, Nov. 27, 2017, at 6:21 pm: Brandon Van Grack sent the proposed plea
documents to Covington & Burling LLP (“Covington”) lawyers.
• Monday, Nov. 27, 2017, at 6:31 pm: Robert Kelner passed the draft plea documents to the Covington team.
• Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017, there was no email traffic on these issues found even
internally throughout Covington team members and Mr. Van Grack.
• Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017, at 8:55 am: Brandon Van Grack sent Robert Kelner and Steve Anthony an updated, PDF redlined version of the plea documents, that deleted “as he then and there knew” (this deleted the only language that implicated Mr. Flynn with any knowledge of any “false statements” in the FARA registration when he signed t).
• Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017, at 7:49 pm: Brandon Van Grack wrote to Covington that he could not send the signed documents that night. 1

The import of this is that the Special Counsel’s Office (“SCO”) and Mr. Van Grack in particular knew full well that Mr. Flynn had consistently maintained that he did not know the FARA filings were false when he signed them, and during the plea process, Mr. Flynn had refused to sign a statement that said he did.

Even though Mr. Van Grack and SCO deleted that crucial language themselves, and Mr. Van Grack transmitted it back to Covington, Mr. Van Grack exploded at Mr. Flynn’s new counsel in the EDVA when she advised that Mr. Flynn would not lie and testify that he knowingly and intentionally signed a FARA registration containing any known “false statements.” Every step
Mr. Van Grack, Mr. Turgeon, and other prosecutors have taken against Mr. Flynn since that moment has been retaliatory, vindictive, and in bad faith—including the government’s about-face in its sentencing memorandum of January 7, 2020. 2

Shockingly, this evinces the strong inference the prosecutors themselves conspired to cause Mr. Flynn to make false statements in violation of 18 U.S.C. §1001, and they conspired and encouraged the subornation of perjury as they tried to force Mr. Flynn to say he lied to his lawyers when they knew their narrative was false and the FARA registration was correct.”

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Scott Brown campaigns in Middleboro MA, January 16, 2010, MA Senate race, True Republican, Videos, Youtube video, Everett Square, Spoke from the back of a pickup truck, You deserve better, Taxes, Creating jobs

From Everett News, January 17, 2010.

“Scott Brown campaigns in Middleboro on Saturday night
More than 500 supporters attend event”

“MIDDLEBORO — Scott Brown pulled into Everett Square on Saturday night and spoke from the back of a pickup truck to more than 500 supporters.

The crowd filled the Flat Iron Cafe and even spilled out into the square, filling the parking lot of the Rockland Trust Bank.

Brown spoke briefly to the crowd and was greeted with cheers and chants as he outlined his platform and said.

“You deserve better. … When I go to Washington, I will do my very best to stop backroom deals. We’ve lost our way,” he told the crowd.

Brown spent more time on the ground shaking hands with the crowd, which was a cross section of steel workers, farmers, doctors and the unemployed.

Many, like David Ng of Pembroke, had already voted by absentee ballot. Ng said his vote was against “everything the Democrats try to ram down our throats.””

“Brown’s stand on taxes and creating jobs was a high priority for Voneow. Bill is out of work, and the couple is trying to make ends meet on one paycheck.

“He stands for working like a true Republican instead of feeding special interests. He’s the guy I think can help us,” said Bill.”

“Her husband, Norman, 88, a former member of the Planning Board had already voted for Brown by absentee ballot. Their son, Douglas, said he supports Brown because “he’ll take the reigns of government back from socialist concerns.”

Many in the crowd said the election has national ramifications, calling it a vote that will be heard around the world.”

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Scott Brown, Martha Coakley, campaigning, Saturday, January 16, 2010, WBZ TV video, Coakley Losing 1 in 5 Dems, Coakley counting on union muscle, Brown leads in absentee voting 58 to 42, Scott Brown criminal complaint

MA senate race news, Saturday, January 16, 2010.

Scott Brown and Martha Coakley campaigning Saturday, January 16, 2010

From Fox News Boston.

“Coakley counts on union muscle to win Senate race”

“Democrat Martha Coakley is counting on union muscle to help her win Tuesday’s U.S. Senate election in Massachusetts.

She kicked off the final weekend of campaigning Saturday with a stop at an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers hall in Boston to encourage a group of canvassers.”

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From Gateway Pundit.

“Brown Leads Coakley 58-42 in Absentee Ballots– Coakley Losing 1 in 5 Dems to Brown …BIG UPDATE: BROWN PRESS CONFERENCE- PRESSING CHARGES AGAINST DEM PARTY”

“One in five democrats in Massachusetts is going with Scott Brown.

And, there’s more bad news for democrat Martha Coakley…
Scott Brown is leading in the absentee voting 58-42. 9% of registered voters said they have already cast a ballot.
Real Clear Politics reported:

Coakley loses one-in-five Democrats to Brown, while the Republican state senator has 94 percent of Republicans behind him. Brown has a commanding 58-37 advantage among “unenrolled” voters, mainly independents and those who prefer not to register affiliation with the major parties.”

“Dan Winslow, counsel for the Scott Brown for U.S. Senate campaign, will hold a media availability to announce the filing of a criminal complaint against the Massachusetts Democratic Party regarding a recent mailing paid for and sent by the Massachusetts Democratic Party. Winslow will make a statement and take reporters’ questions at MassGOP Headquarters in Boston TODAY at 4:00 PM.”

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