Sidney Powell, the attorney representing former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn told Fox News’ “Hannity” Friday that there has been “one atrocity after another” in the proceedings.
In January, Flynn filed a motion to withdraw his guilty plea for lying to the FBI in the Russia investigation, claiming the government had acted in “bad faith.”
Powell claimed on Friday that a collection of FBI officials had worked together in early 2017 to determine “how and when” to interview Flynn in a way that would keep him from knowing he was the subject of an investigation.
She named some of those officials as then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, onetime Counterespionage Section Chief Peter Strzok and Trisha Anderson, a former second-in-command at the bureau’s Office of General Counsel.
“So not only was he not warned of…