I hope I am wrong about this one. Everyone says there is precedent that Judge Sullivan must dismiss the case against Gen Flynn since the DOJ has filed to dismiss the case. I don't think he will care about precedent.
The judge has made (if I remember correctly) statements about Gen Flynn being a traitor. He apparently strongly dislikes the general and must have been watching CNN or one of the other fake news channels to draw that conclusion. I'm pretty sure the government only filed that Gen Flynn had made false statements to FBI agents and not that he had committed treason.
Further, the judge has drawn out sentencing now for about three years. Who can afford to pay for criminal attorneys for three years? Gen Flynn is wiped out. You think Judge Sullivan cares?
The judge has also failed to allow Gen Flynn to withdraw his guilty plea, and as far as I can tell, has not called for a hearing since all of the new exculpatory material has come out.
My guess is that Judge Sullivan will claim that Gen Flynn plead guilty to the charges and confirmed his guilty plea with the judge. [Irrespective of Gen Flynn's claims that the government threatened to bring charges against his son.] He will insist the exculpatory evidence does not dispute that Gen Flynn lied.
Judge Sullivan will deny the motion to dismiss the charges again Gen Flynn. He will then sentence the general to somewhere between probation and six months in jail, and he will order Gen Flynn jailed pending appeals.
Do you think I am wrong? Let's hope so.
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