On Monday, Politico's Kyle Cheney reported that an attorney representing former FBI agent Peter Strzok is alleging that notes from his client recently released by the defense team of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn "appear to have been altered."
JUST IN: A lawyer for Peter STRZOK says some of the agent's notes recently made ublic by the FLYNN defense team "ap… https://t.co/mC3AlAdZrA— Kyle Cheney (@Kyle Cheney)1601332842.0
These are the two pages of notes highlighted by Strzok's attorney. One has a handwritten notation of 1/4-5/17. Ano… https://t.co/Bw5jYMsReD— Kyle Cheney (@Kyle Cheney)1601333828.0
STRZOK's attorney also points out somethign we've been noting recently: The disclosures by the Flynn team appear to… https://t.co/F5dkbsxGZh— Kyle Cheney (@Kyle Cheney)1601333878.0
Flynn is trying to reverse a guilty plea he made as part of the Russia investigation. President Donald Trump's Justice Department recently intervened on his behalf, asking Judge Emmet Sullivan to dismiss the case, but Sullivan refused to do so, saying several facts of the case still need review. An appellate court recently upheld Sullivan's decision.