‘False, fictitious and fraudulent’: Former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn will plead GUILTY to lying to the FBI in dramatic plea deal with Mueller’s probe into Trump

Friday, December 1, 2017
By Paul Martin

Former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn has a plea hearing scheduled Friday morning in Virginia where he is set to plead guilty
He has been a focus of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation
Mueller’s office charged him with making ‘false, fictitious, and fraudulent statements’ – an offense which carries a maximum sentence of five years
Criminal information says he made false statements to the FBI just four days after Trump took office
He lied about what he had said to then Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak, the information from the special counsel says

1 December 2017

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office is charging former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn with lying to the FBI about Russia, in the second major legal action against a top Trump campaign or White House official, it revealed Friday.

He is expected to plead guilty to the charge. The maximum sentence is five years.

According to an information released by Mueller’s office, Flynn willfully made ‘false, fictitious, and fraudulent statements in a matter within the jurisdiction’ of the U.S. government, including the FBI.

Flynn arrived at court in Washington, D.C., with his wife Lori at his side.

The nature of the charge, which did not come from a federal grand jury, raised the possibility of a guilty plea that would involve cooperation with Mueller’s expansive probe.

A plea would certainly be a Washington bombshell, putting a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general and close friend of the president in a criminal courtroom and planting the sprawling investigation led by the no-nonsense former FBI director squarely in the White House.

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