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A federal judge has issued an updated standing order in the case of U.S. v. Flynn, suggesting that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team may have withheld exculpatory evidence in prosecuting former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Judge Emmet G. Sullivan, United States district judge for the District of Columbia, on Friday issued what is called the “Brady rule," which requires the prosecution to turn over "any exculpatory evidence" to the defendant in a criminal case, meaning Mueller must provide Flynn with all information that is favorable to his defense.
originally posted by: burntheships
originally posted by: NOprah
a reply to: Tempter
This leads to the obvious question..was McCabe working with the Russians?
Sources say yes he was.
That is the really scary part....who else besides him?
To add screenshot of texts about 302's
A good source
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: loam
IF, IF, IF...
Balls said the queen. IF I had them...I'd be king
I'm so glad you know what I would say IF something was different than what it is.
I stopped having arguments like this when I was a kid but I can't see who I'm talking to on here.
originally posted by: JBurns
a reply to: jimmyx
No, just frustration with bitter clingers who can't see the truth that is right in front of them.
In a year from now, perhaps we can discuss how and why so many people were lead down such a badly misinformed path?
originally posted by: soberbacchus
That is a conversation we will be having in a matter of months, if not sooner, given the pace, scope and shocking utter thoroughness Mueller's indictments have thus far demonstrated.