The sentencing memo released by the attorneys representing Trump’s former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn called to question the conduct of the FBI agents involved in the initial interviews with Flynn. Flynn was charged with lying to the FBI.

Wednesday night U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan ordered Mueller’s team to hand over documents germane to interviews conducted by the FBI in January of 2017 by mid-day Friday.

Friday afternoon, Mueller’s team handed over heavily redacted documents, none of which appear to address the interview under scrutiny, referred to as 302.

So where is it?

Not a good look for the prosecution.

Meanwhile, Sen. Grassley has requested declassification of certain documents in the Flynn investigation:

Prosecutions response:

Prosecution's response to Judge's Request for More Evidence by Legal Insurrection on Scribd


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