Mike Flynn Withdraws Guilty Plea Due to Government’s ‘Bad Faith, Vindictiveness, and Breach of Plea Agreement’

from Zero Hedge

One week after federal prosecutors changed their tune in the Michael Flynn case – recommending he serve up to six months in prison for lying to investigators regarding his contacts with a Russian diplomat, the former National Security Adviser withdrew his guilty plea Tuesday afternoon.

In a 24-page court filing, Flynn accuses the government of “bad faith, vindictiveness, and breach of the plea agreement,” and has asked his January 28th sentencing date to be postponed for 30 days.

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