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From: Marci (marcinmin) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostDec-5 10:17 AM 
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Flynn day

Reporters waited all day for Robert Mueller's court filing ahead of Michael Flynn's sentencing. It finally dropped at 8:30... but reporters were left wanting more. The presumably most newsworthy parts were redacted... In a strangely beautiful way that's familiar to any FOIA pro... 

 >> Josh Campbell quipped: "Mueller's filing tonight is the equivalent of losing a cell phone call in the tunnel just when it started to get interesting..."


What we don't know

What's in the redactions or when the info will become public!

But "anybody who sees those redactions and thinks they might be in it... is going to be wigged out," Michael Isikoff told Chris Cuomo on CNN...

What we do know

The filing revealed that Flynn has sat for 19 interviews with the special counsel and the DOJ. Flynn was so helpful that the special counsel doesn't think he deserves jail time. The filing "appears to list at least three ongoing investigations being pursued by the Justice Department." Here's CNN's full story... 

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From: Marci (marcinmin) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostDec-6 12:08 PM 
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Had to laugh at a Fox & Friends segment Stephen Colbert showed last night. Steve Doocy made the same claim that Sean Hannity (and Mark Meadows) did - that Michael Flynn didn't give Mueller much because he recommended no jail time. Brian Kilmeade jumped in and said, no he recommended no jail time because of how much he gave him - there were 19 meetings. Doocy then concluded: Well, I don't see any collusion here. Kilmeade replied that most of the document is redacted. Doocy insisted 'no collusion' and Ainsley Earnhardt just stared at the camera looking befuddled

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