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As Michael Flynn Pleads Guilty We Ask: What Does Reza Zarrab Know?

And the plot thickens.

And the plot thickens.
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8 comments on “As Michael Flynn Pleads Guilty We Ask: What Does Reza Zarrab Know?

  1. Lance Manly says:

    In the infinite litany of stupid crap that Trump has done, firing Comey has to be near the top.

    • Marty says:

      It’s an incredibly crowded top. In the history of mankind no one has managed to fill the top with as much stupid crap as this mongrel, and he’s only warming up. As Mueller gets “even closer” to the jugular lame brain will find room at the top for behavior that makes Comey’s firing look tame. Count on it!

      The news dropped on Thanksgiving, just seven days ago, that Flynn’s lawyers broke off coopoeration with Trump’s lawyers. We know that the news blew another hole in Trump’s skull but the damage was minor given the lack of functioning brain matter. However, since that day his behavior has been so far off the mentally deranged chart, that the New York Daily News editiorial baord had this to say about him:

      ““After his latest spasm of deranged tweets, only those completely under his spell can deny what growing numbers of Americans have long suspected: The President of the United States is profoundly unstable. He is mad. He is, by any honest layman’s definition, mentally unwell and viciously lashing out… The sheer strangeness of Trump’s behavior leads us to conclude that we are witnessing signs of mania.”

      Joe Scarborough claims that “people close to him during the campaign told me he had early stages of dementia.”

      If Trump was in the early stages of dementia back in Janaury, he’s come a long way since then!!

  2. Jamal James says:

    Only one count, given all we know about Flynn? Flynn really does have a story to tell.

  3. Curt Tyner says:

    Well, here we go Mr. Flynn will lead to Mr. Kushner, who will lead to Mr. Trump Jr. who will lead to our “Liar in Chief” plus a few road kill on the way (Some members in congress?,Sessions?, Pence?, Mrs. Kushner?, Mr. dumbsh*t Eric, etc, etc) who knows there will be many more.

    Mr. Mueller knows and he is not going to stop until they all go down or he is fired, then it is the next man up. These guys and girls at he FBI and other agencies are pissed off at the blatant disregard for the law by this crime syndicate. The wheels of justice are slow but once they start the flood gates open and the “let’s make a deal(s)” begin, don” forget Manafort and pals plus the Russia (Putin) Mob Inc. ties.

    Right Donald this will be over by Christmas, you just keep believing that because I got a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you.

    PS: The donald’s tax returns you think no one has looked? PLEEEEEEEEASE.

    • Marty says:

      True, they are pissed off. But having come to know federal prosecutors and FBI agents over the years, they choose the work because they believe in it, the constituion, rule of law and that our country once stood for these things no matter the party. Yet the team the Mueller built is filled with men and women turbocharged with these beliefs. In fact, many of them have sacrificed much to join Mueller’s team at this juncture in their lives, e.g., family, income, career trajectory.

      When I review the historical precdent for the formation of a team as formidable, the closet I could come up with was the team assembled for the prosecution of the Nazi war criminals to include at Nuremberg,
      when Truman asked Robert H. Jackson, a then sitting associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, to assemble a staff of U.S. attorneys to investigate alleged war crimes and present evidence against the defendants. Jackson was joined on the prosecution team by Roman Rudenko, François de Menthon, and Sir Hartley Shawcross, the chief prosecutors for Russia, France, and Great Britain, respectively. Each of those powers employed a number of assistant prosecutors as well. Assisting Jackson were the lawyers Telford Taylor, William S. Kaplan and Thomas J. Dodd. Assisting Shawcross were Major Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe and Sir John Wheeler-Bennett. Mervyn Griffith-Jones, who was later to become famous as the chief prosecutor in the Lady Chatterley’s Lover obscenity trial, was also on Shawcross’s team.

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