Mueller Recommends No Jail Time For Flynn, Citing His ‘substantial Assistance’

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Michael Flynn, former national security adviser (left), arrives at the U.S. Courthouse in Washington on Dec. 1, 2017. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by Andrew Harrer.

Special counsel Robert Mueller has asked a federal court for no prison time for President Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn, citing his “substantial assistance” in the Russia investigation and other ongoing probes.

In a court filing released late Tuesday, Mueller said it would be “appropriate” for the judge to impose a sentence for Flynn that does not include prison time. Federal sentencing guidelines called for Flynn to be sentenced to between zero and six months in prison and face up to a $9,500 fine.

Mueller’s prosecutors described Flynn in the filing as a valuable cooperator in the Russia investigation as well as an unknown criminal investigation and a third matter, the subject and details of which are completely redacted. Flynn sat for 19 interviews with the special counsel’s office and other Justice Department prosecutors over the course of nearly a year, in addition to providing documents and communications, according to the filing.

Read more at The Hill.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. In other words, Mueller has zilch on Flynn (and Trump) and doesn’t want to be embarrassed by requesting jail time.

    What a waste of taxpayers’ miney!

  2. If Jeff Sessions wouldn’t of stabbed the President and the American voters in the back, we wouldn’t even be having this discussion now.

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