The judge in the Michael Flynn case has been ordered to explain his reason for refusing to dismiss the Flynn case, so he’s hired a lawyer. The fact that a judge needs an attorney to figure out his authority in a case dropped by the DOJ means he knows he’s in legal jeopardy.
Credit for pushing the judge to explain himself goes to the incredible lawyer for Michael Flynn. Sidney Powell has been the best thing to ever happen to Flynn. She’s the fighter he’s needed since day one of the sham against him that’s taken away everything from him except his family. Powell recently said during an interview with Lou Dobbs (see below):
“We filed the petition for writ of mandamus yesterday to ask the DC Circuit to instruct judge Sullivan to grant it or to give us another district court judge who can follow the law.”
The order below forced the hand of the judge:
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Judge Sullivan was ripped apart by Flynn’s Defense Attorney Sidney Powell:
Michael Flynn’s Defense Attorney Sidney Powell appeared with Lou Dobbs to discuss the motion to dismiss the Flynn case and to discuss Judge Sullivan’s outrageous resistance to dismiss. Powell has a steely stare throughout the interview with a tone of dogged determination to get this case dismissed. She’s had enough of the shenanigans with the rogue judges and dirty cops.
“What I find particularly outrageous now is the failure of the district court to grant the government’s motion to dismiss and full acknowledgment of the fact that exculpatory material was withheld from the defense for all these years. I have no doubt there’s more exculpatory evidence out there. They may want to use that for other cases or other prosecutions, but at the very least our motion to dismiss should be granted and that’s why we filed the petition for writ of mandamus yesterday to ask the DC Circuit to instruct judge Sullivan to grant it or to give us another district court judge who can follow the law.”
Sidney Powell is a gem of a lawyer.