Appeals Court Orders Judge to Dismiss Charges Against Michael Flynn
After years of being dragged through the mud, it’s looking like this long nightmare is finally about to be over for Michael Flynn.
According to The Hill:
A federal appeals court on Wednesday ordered a judge to grant the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) unusual move to drop charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
A three-judge panel on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals approved Flynn’s petition to intervene in the case after a district court judge had tapped an outside counsel to argue against the DOJ’s move.
It has been over a month since the Department of Justice announced that they would be dropping their criminal case against Michael Flynn – and this would’ve been over sooner if it wern’t for the Clinton appointed judge that did all he could to drag the case on.
Two weeks ago an outsider was appointed by Flynn’s judge to serve as an amicus curaae to present arguments against the DOJ’s motion to dismiss. The man, John Gleeson blasted the DOJ’s motion as a “gross abuse” of power. Could there possibly have been a more obvious case of the pot calling the kettle black?