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Michael Flynn prosecution Sentencing Memorandum January 7, 2020, Justice Dept. ignoring revelations?, Attorney Sidney Powell response forthcoming

Michael Flynn prosecution Sentencing Memorandum January 7, 2020, Justice Dept. ignoring revelations?, Attorney Sidney Powell response forthcoming

“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




“In anticipation of that hearing, the parties filed sentencing memoranda. As part of its submission, the government requested that the Court grant a downward departure for providing substantial assistance to the government. The government provided a detailed accounting of the defendant’s assistance to the government in several ongoing investigations, including the investigation by the Special Counsel’s Office (“SCO”). See Addendum to Government’s
Memorandum in Aid of Sentencing, United States v. Flynn, No. 17-cr-232 (D.D.C. Dec. 19, 2019) (Doc. 146) (“Addendum”). Notably, only the assistance he had provided in the Rafiekian case was deemed “substantial.” Id. at 2. The government recognized that “some of that benefit [of the defendant’s substantial assistance] may not be fully realized at this time,” but it represented that the government and the defendant “agree that sentencing at this time is
nonetheless appropriate because sufficient information is available to allow the Court to determine the import of the defendant’s assistance to his sentence.” Id. at 2. In addition to asking the Court to credit the defendant with providing substantial assistance, the government recommended that the defendant receive credit for accepting responsibility. For the reasons detailed below, the government now withdraws both requests.”

“The government submits that under the Guidelines, the appropriate total offense level is six, which based on the defendant’s criminal history category of I, results in a Guidelines range of 0 to 6 months of incarceration and a fine of $1000-$9500. With respect to other relevant Guidelines provisions, the Court should consider the defendant’s lies to the DOJ in connection with his FARA filings as relevant conduct for the purpose of determining his sentence within the
applicable Guidelines range under U.S.S.G. §§ 1B1.3 and 1B1.4. Based on the assertions made in recent defense filings, and absent the defendant clearly and credibly disavowing those assertions during a colloquy with the Court at the sentencing hearing, the defendant is not entitled to credit under U.S.S.G. § 3E1.1(a) for accepting responsibility. Finally, the government
is no longer moving for a departure under U.S.S.G. § 5K1.1 for providing substantial assistance to the government. ”

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So, instead of dismissing the fraudulent case against General Michael Flynn for prosecutorial and Justice Dept. misconduct, they are doubling down on him.

Can’t wait to read the Attorney Sidney Powell response.


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