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June 21, 2018 by Sara A. Carter
- Pressure from Robert Mueller’s office and financial constraints were likely the reasons behind Flynn’s guilty plea
- The 302 interviews must be based on fact and observations, no opinions or conjecture
- Former Deputy FBI Director Andy McCabe was upset that agents who conducted Flynn’s interview did not believe he had lied to them
As I pointed out yesterday, Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) believes there is evidence to suggest that some of the Russia/Clinton investigation FBI interview reports (known as 302s) were “changed to either prosecute or not prosecute” certain individuals.
This raises many concerns and questions. Among them, what does this mean for former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn? Former FBI Director James Comey provided conflicting testimony and statements regarding whether or not the FBI agents who conducted the Flynn interview believed he was lying during the questioning.
So, what is…
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