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DOJ drops case against Michael Flynn, in wake of internal memo release

“Through the course of my review of General Flynn’s case, I concluded the proper and just course was to dismiss the case,” Jensen said in a statement. “I briefed Attorney General Barr on my findings, advised him on these conclusions, and he agreed.”

President Trump reacted from the Oval Office just minutes after the DOJ filing surfaced. “He was an innocent man… Now, in my book, he’s an even greater warrior,” Trump said, while criticizing Obama administration officials. “They’re human scum. … It’s treason.”

Justice delayed but justice not denied. And yet the General has not been made whole. As was said by a man under Reagan, Ray Donovan, pilloried in much the same way by the Democrat scum of his era:


‘It’s a cruel thing they did to me,” Mr. Donovan said as he left the courthouse in the South Bronx with his arm wrapped around his wife, Catherine, as they prepared to return to their home in Short Hills, N.J.

”After two and half years, this nightmare is behind us,” the 56-year-old Mr. Donovan said earlier in an impromptu news conference in the corridor just outside the courtroom. ”The jury has reawakened my faith in our system of justice. It was shattered here for nine months.

”The question is, should this indictment have ever been brought? Which office do I go to to get my reputation back? ”

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  • Tired Dog May 7, 2020, 3:02 PM

    Will ‘justice’ find the perps, or will all ride off to retirement at our cost? All the best General.

  • Bill Jones May 7, 2020, 4:10 PM

    Trump should appoint him to head up the FBI.

  • Uncle Jefe May 7, 2020, 4:31 PM

    “This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” – Churchill (November 10, 1942)

  • Anonymous May 7, 2020, 6:01 PM

    There still is no justice until that bribe soaked “What difference does it make” woman is in prison for the rest of her life.

  • Denny May 7, 2020, 6:02 PM

    missed adding my name tag

  • Walter Sobchak May 7, 2020, 7:33 PM

    More than his reputation how about the $1,000,000 in legal fees. Is the FBI going to cover that for him.

  • Casey Klahn May 8, 2020, 10:22 AM

    I’m glad for LTG Flynn, but for my part, as an american citizen, justice won’t come for me until this current FBI is disbanded all the way down to the coffee delivery boy and the shitcan sanitation worker. Nothing there is wholesome or worthy. If Flynn could suffer the responsibility of being involved at that level of politics, then by God the FBI can get down off there high horses and spin.

    Back in 1999/2000, I had some dealings with the FBI because we had alerted them to some strange people buying too many radios at the store where I worked. My manager called it in, and I got to be the interviewed as the salesman who had the contact. Somehow or another I was talking to the special agent again at the store a number of moths later, and he made it a point to tell me that there was nothing at all to that case. It felt weird and slimy. Why would he tip that he had any motivation or opinion at all in clearing these fux, for whom I personally couldn’t give a small shit about? He was socio-politically motivated, and that was all the tip I needed to know how it goes down at the FBI.

    Then, when the SP of Oregon and the FBI made the killing in the snow in Eastern Oregon of a rancher, and dropped a weapon on him (IMO), when he was not presenting arms or fighting, I had my belly full of those sonsabitches.

    Flynn got off easy. What about Waco? What happened there? Ruby Ridge?

    Yes, make Flynn the FBI director. Oh god what a murder session that’d be! I’d give anything to be in that cometojesus first staff conference.

  • John the River May 8, 2020, 4:45 PM

    Correction, 1 Million Dollars doesn’t come close to the direct financial penalty levied on General Flynn, 2.5 Million in legal costs, plus the loss of his home. Sold for over $800,000.

    And counting. Worst of all, if he wins a damages lawsuit against the government (and I sincerely wish him success in that area) for several millions, it is us, the US Taxpayer that will bear the cost. Not any of the real culprits.

  • Fuel Filter May 13, 2020, 8:10 AM

    Sorry for my looooong absence. Finally got a new iPad (well, a reconditioned 5th gen one) so now I can get busy again.

    Only have one thing to say: Why is Roger Stone still going to prison? Something needs to be done. And NOW!!!