DOJ relents, says it would accept probation for Michael Flynn as he moves to withdraw guilty plea
30 Jan 2020 — #SpyGate
The Department of Justice backed down from seeking jail time Wednesday and made clear that prosecutors would accept mere probation in the case of former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn -- a shift that comes as Flynn moves to withdraw his guilty plea leveraging accusations of government misconduct.
In an appearance on Hannity Wednesday evening, Michael Flynn's attorney Sidney Powell provided insights about Flynn seeking to formally withdraw his guilty plea, saying federal prosecutors breached their deal with him.
Michael Flynn moves to withdraw his guilty plea https://t.co/7xwJyo4F0W— DeepClips (@DeepClips) January 30, 2020
#FlynnFighters #FlynnWasSetUphttps://t.co/ViXArkcrwh@Techno_Fog @KerriKupecDOJ @TheJusticeDept @FBI #FBICorruption— Sidney Powell 🇺🇸⭐⭐⭐ (@SidneyPowell1) January 30, 2020
Produce the original 302, agents' notes & audit trail-then dismiss this outrageous travesty of justice & waste of #tax $$$@realDonaldTrump @replouiegohmert
Read Flynn's motion to withdrawal his plea guilty below.