A while back, General Flynn got a new lawyer. It was probably the smartest thing he has ever done. Sidney Powell is an amazing lady. She has no fear of going after corruption, wherever it lies. Her efforts are definitely revealing things that were terribly wrong about the way the government handled General Flynn’s case.
The Gateway Pundit posted an article today about the latest development in the case against General Flynn. Please follow the link to read the entire article. It includes some very revealing screenshots.
The article reports:
Sidney Powell filed a motion a couple weeks ago revealing that General Flynn was indeed set up by the FBI with an ambush, damaging leaks and altered 302 reports.
Powell revealed that former FBI lawyer Lisa Page EDITED General Mike Flynn’s 302 report, then lied to the DOJ about the edits.
A 302 summary report consists of contemporaneous notes taken by an FBI agent when interviewing a subject.
The DOJ on Friday argued in a surreply that Sidney Powell’s motion should be denied because there were “no material changes made after 2/10/2017 to the draft of the January 24 interview report.”
However, there is evidence to the contrary.
The article shares some information from a website called Techno Fog which undermines the DOJ’s claim.
The article continues:
The DOJ argued that “Even if an earlier draft of the  once existed, there is no reason to believe it would materially differ” from the agents’ notes.” — SERIOUSLY??
So where are the original FBI notes taken on January 24, 2017? The government is now saying if they exist, they wouldn’t be any different than the reports drafted 2 weeks after the ambush interview!
The Justice Department’s decision is that Peter Strzok’s notes were taken contemporaneously during his interview with General Mike Flynn on January 24, 2017.
The article contrasts two pictures of notes supposedly taken during the interview. Peter Strzok’s notes are a little to neat to have been taken during the interview. Special Agent Joe Pientka, who was with Peter Strzok, took notes that look much more as if they were taken at the time of the interview.
Why are we not surprised that the DOJ seems to have lost the original notes of Peter Strzok’s interview of General Flynn?