After what was by all accounts a contentious hearing, the sentencing has been postponed to give Flynn more time to cooperate. After the judge ‘hinted’ that prosecutors might have considered charging Flynn with treason, Flynn agreed to take more time to offer more ‘cooperation’ with authorities.
Former FBI Supervisory Special Agent, Robyn Gritz’s, letter in support of Lt. General Michael Flynn that details corruption at the highest levels of the agency has been made public.
The letter is addressed to Judge Sullivan, presiding over the Flynn case. Flynn is scheduled to be sentenced December 18, 2018.
The following is a portion of Gritz’s letter to Judge Emmet Sullivan:
Yesterday, two attorneys stepped down from the Mueller investigation. The two Democrats will return to positions inside the Sessions Department of Justice. They helped Mueller prosecute Paul Manafort and General Michael Flynn in their sham investigation.
Now they will be back in the swamp at their full-time positions inside the DOJ.