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Michael Flynn pleads guilty: A timeline of red flags
A timeline with important events, and finally to the former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn he is guilty for lying to the FBI.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the team has re-released once the sentencing for former Trump official Michael Flynn is delayed, according to court documents, on Friday.
Flynn, the former trump campaign official who served briefly as national security adviser to the President, before it is fired, pleaded guilty last year to making false statements to the FBI.
“By the status of the special counsel investigation that does not read the parties is of the opinion that this is a matter to be ready for a scheduled day of the judgment, at this time,” the joint status report obtained by Fox News.
Friday’s report suggests that Flynn is still in the process of cooperation with the investigators.
The filing is the third time that the conviction for Flynn was moved.
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MÜLLER-TEAM ASKS FOR THE SECOND DELAY IN THE CASE OF MICHAEL FLYNN OF THE JUDGMENT,
On Feb. 1, both submitted pages, a first “joint status report” Federal judge Emmet G. Sullivan, the more time. Sullivan gave a 90-day period – from 1. May submit an updated status report, or a sentencing date. In may, for the second time, they asked to delay the sentencing of “the status” of the investigation.
On 3. In may, the two parties had until Friday, 29 June, “a joint status report,” in which you once again asked for the latest delay.
The parties requested permission from the court to file another report not later than August. 24, the status report says.
MÜLLER TEAM SEEKS DELAY IN FLYNN CONDEMNATION
After he pleaded guilty in December 2017, Flynn agreed to “cooperate fully, truthfully, completely, and straight out” with the investigation into possible coordination between the Trump’s 2016 campaign, and Russia, with sentencing deferred until these efforts “were completed.”
Both Trump and Russia have denied, to deny, to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential elections.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman and The Associated Press contributed to this report.