Michael Flynn’s FBI Interview Notes

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In in a memo released last week prior to sentencing on Tuesday, Flynn’s attorneys claimed that agents never told him that lying to the FBI was a crime, the Associated Press reported.

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  1. If a 3 star general of the US Military doesn’t know the difference between the truth and a lie, despite the penalties for a lie, isn’t something very wrong with our country and its totally corrupt military? If a three star general will directly lie to the representatives of the public he purports to serve, how about a four star general like the ones on 9/11/01 who obviously did not lift a finger to “defend” the U.S. that fateful day of lying by even traitors Bush and Cheney along with the four star generals? When you live in a world of secrecy, protected by the full armed force of our military government, lying is a cake walk isn’t it, because the poor citizens have no way of proving the lies do they? Secrecy is the enemy of the truth as we know from studying the activities of all totalitarian countries and now the U.S., too a new totalitarian country thanks to the criminal acts of 9/11/01 by Israel aided by traitors Bush and Cheney:
    https://wikispooks.com/wiki/9-11/Israel_did_it

    • As the late professor Laurence J. Peter enunciated, “Everyone in any organization rises to his level of incompetence.” What he should have said is “Everyone in the corrupt U.S. Government rises to his level of maximum corruption and lying and cheating.” Traitors Bush and Cheney rose to their maximum level of lying and cheating and lied to the fools in the American Public to induce them to get into another war for Israel in Iraq. The scum rises to the top in America. Observe both Traitors Bush and Cheney not only have armed protection paid for at public expense, but are still free as birds while poor three star general Flynn is likely soon behind bars. When will traitors Bush and Cheney be behind bars too? We desperately need new rules where citizens can convene grand juries against criminals like Bush and Cheney and the four star generals too.

    • Here is the story of a real American Hero with no stars, but more guts and courage than all the criminals running our government and military:
      http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/01/22/charlie-liteky-who-gave-back-his-medal-honor-dies.html
      Quote from article:
      Charlie Liteky, who gave back his Medal of Honor, dies
      Published January 22, 2017
      Associated Press
      “SAN FRANCISCO – Charlie Liteky, an Army chaplain in Vietnam who won the Medal of Honor for rescuing more than 20 wounded men but later gave it back in protest and became a peace activist, has died.
      Longtime friend Richard Olive said Liteky died Friday night at the Veterans Administration Hospital in San Francisco. He was 85.
      The Army awarded Liteky the highest military decoration for his actions on Dec. 6, 1967, when his company came under intense fire from an enemy battalion in Bien Hoa province. Despite painful wounds in the neck and foot, Liteky carried more than 20 men to the landing zone to be evacuated during the fierce firefight.
      “Noticing another trapped and seriously wounded man, Chaplain Liteky crawled to his aid,” the Army’s official citation reads. “Realizing that the wounded man was too heavy to carry, he rolled on his back, placed the man on his chest and through sheer determination and fortitude crawled back to the landing zone using his elbows and heels to push himself along.”
      He left the priesthood and in 1983, married former Catholic nun and peace activist Judy Balch in San Francisco. His wife introduced him to refugees from El Salvador, “teenagers, whose fathers had been killed and tortured. I didn’t believe it, but I kept going to more and more of these meetings and it became clear these people weren’t blowing in the wind,” Liteky told the San Francisco Chronicle in a March, 2000 interview.
      Twenty years after his heroic actions in Vietnam, Liteky left the Medal of Honor — awarded under the name of Angelo J. Liteky — and a letter to President Ronald Reagan at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington in protest of the country’s foreign policy in Central America, where U.S.-backed dictators were fighting bloody wars against left-leaning rebels.
      After that, Liteky spent years protesting against the U.S. Army School of the Americas, an academy at Fort Benning, Georgia, where the U.S. Army trained soldiers from Central and South America and the Caribbean. He was sentenced to one year in federal prison in 2000 for entering the school without permission and splashing its rotunda with their own blood.
      In 2003, he traveled to Baghdad with other peace protesters to bear witness to the war and work with children in an orphanage and at hospitals.
      Olive said Saturday he remembers Liteky for his humility. “It was three years after I met Charlie and bonded a fast friendship that I learned he was a Medal of Honor recipient” when Liteky told him about his plans to renounce the medal, Olive said.
      There are no plans for a funeral, Olive said.”

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