This does seem to be a never-ending bounty, does it not? In the course of Jeffrey Jensen’s internal review of the prosecution of Michael Flynn, the US Attorney and his team keep finding more and more discovery evidence that never made its way to his defense teams. CBS’ Catherine Herridge broke the news on the latest court filing in the case, which appears headed for dismissal anyway, which raises new questions about what else may be left to find:
#FLYNN BREAKING: More handwritten notes uncovered by US Attorney Jensen @USAO_EDMO now under protective order in Flynn case. Includes Agent Strzok, DAG Gauhar (National Security Division/FISA/Clinton emails) notes from 1/25/2107 meeting, internal DOJ doc + AAG Boente @CBSNews pic.twitter.com/XBBgUMsgU4
— Catherine Herridge (@CBS_Herridge) July 7, 2020
Herridge then offered some tantalizing context. Powell had asserted that the Department of Justice had a memo exonerating Flynn, a point that first emerged this spring. Could this be among the documents now in court custody?