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Mike Flynn’s lawyers demanded access to 40 documents and information from seven meetings connected to the Russia investigation and accused the Justice Department of concealing exculpatory evidence, according to records unsealed Wednesday by a federal judge.
The potentially exonerating records being sought by the former Trump national security adviser’s lawyers, led by former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell, touched on everything from text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page to possible Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act surveillance of Flynn, and from FBI interview notes of conversations between FBI agents and Flynn to questions about mysterious figures such as FBI informant Stefan Halper and Maltese academic Joseph Mifsud.
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“Because the government is supposed to pursue justice, not merely convictions, its responsibility to produce Brady material is a grave one, its scope wide-ranging, and its duration ongoing,” Powell wrote to the court.
The newly unsealed court filing also asked for any new information uncovered by prosecutors or by the DOJ’s inspector general over the last two years.
Mike Flynn’s lawyers accuse the government of hiding quite a long list of things — some about Flynn, many not. Most seem to have very little to do with the offense to which he pleaded guilty, which was lying to the FBI. https://t.co/drUcpzGWy8
— Brad Heath (@bradheath) September 11, 2019
Michael Flynn’s lawyers demand 40 documents connected to Russia investigation.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) September 12, 2019
Michael #Flynn wouldn’t have pleaded guilty to lying to the @FBI if the gov’t had provided his defense exculpatory information, says @SidneyPowell1, a former federal prosecutor hired by @GenFlynn earlier this year. https://t.co/DTnVsCiY2e
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) September 12, 2019
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