It has been reported that Sidney Powell will be representing General Michael Flynn.
According to the Gateway Pundit, “General Mike Flynn has hired well-known defense attorney Sidney Powell to represent him after abruptly firing his lawyers last week.”
“He is and will continue to cooperate with the government in all aspects,” SaraACarter.comsaid of Powell. “He and his family truly appreciate all the cards and letters of support from countless people and the contributions to the defense fund which are even more important now.”
Powell stated that the Flynn case file “is massive” and “it will take me at least 90 days to review it.”
Jack Posobiec tweeted, “CONFIRMED: Sidney Powell is now representing General Flynn – @OANN.”
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) June 12, 2019
“In a recent interview with The Epoch Times Sidney Powell blasted the appalling two-tiered judicial system in the United States today where General Michael Flynn can get set up and prosecuted by deep state operatives while Peter Strzok can leak and lie and get off scot free,” according to the Gateway Pundit.
Powell accused special counsel Robert Mueller’s team in December 2018 of “destroying evidence and obstructing justice in Flynn’s case.
Via the Daily Caller:
Democrats are doubtful Andrew Weissmann, a key prosecutor in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, will be called to testify this week on the origins of the probe.
Weissmann helped Mueller lead the cases against former Trump campaign officials Paul Manafort and Rick Gates. Democrats, however, appear to have more interest in hearing the testimonies of other witnesses on their list.
Weissmann is best known for securing indictments and convictions against top the officers of the Energy corporation Enron, as well as its accounting firm, Arthur Anderson. The Supreme Court, however, reversed the decision against Arthur Anderson, which had already gone bankrupt.
Additionally, Weissmann was formerly the Obama-era chief of the Justice Department’s Criminal Fraud Section. Records show he donated $6,650 between 2006 and 2008 to the Clinton and Obama campaigns as well as the Democratic National Committee, The L.A. Times reported.