Klayman: As I Predicted Judge Sullivan Reacted to Flynn's New Counsel Having "Grandstanded" on Hannity!
By Spencer S. Hsu
December 16, 2019
A federal judge on Monday rejected Michael Flynn's attacks against the FBI and the Justice Department, setting a long-delayed sentencing for President Trump's former national security adviser for Jan. 28.
U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan of Washington dismissed Flynn's motion to find prosecutors in contempt. In a 92-page decision, Sullivan ruled there was no basis for Flynn's allegations that federal law enforcement officials entrapped the retired three-star Army general into accepting a plea deal or that special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's prosecutors had wrongfully held back 50 requests for evidence from Flynn's attorneys.
Flynn, who pleaded guilty to lying to investigators about his interactions with Russia's ambassador after the 2016 U.S. election, had been set to be sentenced this Wednesday. Sullivan this month delayed the sentencing pending a report by a Justice Department inspector general on how the FBI handled the Russia investigation, which reviewed topics related to Flynn's allegations.
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