Mueller Reportedly Has Enough Evidence to Charge Michael Flynn and His Son

Aaron Brown
November 6, 2017

Robert Mueller has enough evidence to bring criminal charges against Donald Trump's former National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn, it has been reported.

The elder Flynn was sacked as national security adviser just 24 days into the job after misleading Vice President Mike Pence, former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and former Press Secretary Sean Spicer about private conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election may be inside the White House soon. While the expanding investigation has already resulted in indictments for three former members of Trump's campaign, Flynn would be the first former administration official to be charged.

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The former army general's son, Michael G Flynn, who is a business partner of his father and worked for Mr Trump during the transition period, is also facing possible charges. Alptekin is also the head of Inovo, a consulting firm.

Federal investigators reportedly started interviewing witnesses about Flynn's lobbying work, and looked into whether that he tried to participate in a scheme to assist the Turkish government in exchange for millions of dollars.

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It seems some in Washington weren't surprised by reports signaling Trump's former national security adviser may be the next person to face charges in Mueller's prove. His work for Inovo did not come to light until after he registered as a foreign agent with the Department of Justice in March - four months after his contract with Alptekin ended.

And having Flynn's son over a barrel could get him there.

At issue is Flynn's lobbying work.

The anti-Trump media appears to have quite the connection to the investigation led by Special Counsel Bob Mueller.

Mueller's additional focus on Flynn likely an attempt to coerce his father's cooperation in the investigation, legal experts have said.

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