Fourteen pages of new memos include handwritten notes from senior DOJ officials from early 2017.
Months before they approved a prosecution of Michael Flynn, senior Justice Department officials expressed skepticism in internal notes about the FBI’s continuing pursuit of the Trump national security adviser and the possibility of charging him with a crime, Just the News has learned.
The skepticism about whether Flynn intended to lie during an FBI interview or posed a national security threat was expressed in handwritten notes that were turned over Tuesday to Flynn’s defense team and the judge overseeing his case under a protective order, according to multiple sources.
The documents were discovered recently by U.S. Attorney Jeff Jensen, who was specially appointed by Attorney General William Barr to review the conduct of the FBI and the DOJ in the Flynn case. They are the latest exculpatory materials — evidence that Flynn could have used to prove his innocence — that were withheld from his defense and only belatedly produced more than two years after he pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. more here