Michael Flynn's lawyer demanded that the FBI hand over every note during their crucial interview at the White House in January 2017 with the former national security adviser.
Sidney Powell argued in a Monday court that she would sue for the case to be thrown out of court for & # 39; gross government misconduct & # 39 ;.
She also claimed handwritten memos from Flynn's interview, made by disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok and another agent are not consistent with each other.
Flynn's lawyer cited the latest 302 report, which summarizes Flynn's interviews with the agency prior to his guilty plea, and made substantial and inaccurate edits.
The FBI has insisted that all edits to the file & # 39; largely grammatical and stylistic & # 39; goods.
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Michael Flynn's attorney, Sidney Powell (left), filed a court Monday and alleged that Flynn's interviews with the FBI had been processed by agents
Last week, the lawyer stated that FBI agents who had interviewed Flynn – including Strzok in the first session – had manipulated the forms used to record what he said.
She further claimed that the 302 was issued by Lisa Page, who linked the FBI enthusiasts to the & # 39; ambush & # 39; her client and his guilty plea.
Powell has required the agency to provide a full digital track, including all metadata, by delivering files from its internal & # 39; Sentinel system & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The FBI Sentinel system can retrieve any concept & # 39 ;, Powell wrote.
& # 39; Drafts are serialized numerically when placed in the system. Those figures – apparently edited from the 302 designs that were produced – would probably provide further information. & # 39;
The government claims that the 302 shows show that Flynn lied to Strzok and another agent during his talks with the Russian ambassador about a UN vote on Israel and the Obama administration's sanctions against Moscow, Fox news reported.
Powell wrote to the court: & # 39; Strzok went to the office, picked up Page's edits, and made changes that any reasonable person would consider material from the 302. & # 39;
Michael Flynn's lawyer quoted FBI enthusiasts Peter Strzok (left) and Lisa Page (right) in the archives last week
Regarding Russia, Powell said that Strzok has modified the 302 to provide a & # 39; final statement & # 39; adding where it says: & # 39; Flynn has stated that it is not & # 39; the ambassador of Moscow has asked to vote in a certain way on a UN vote on Israel.
Powell said: & # 39; This is essentially different from the notes in which Flynn did not remember that he had spoken with Kislyak about the UN vote issue. & # 39;
And the 302 was further editing, according to Powell, to record that her client & # 39; no & # 39; replied when asked if the Russian envoy described & # 39; a Russian response to a request from Flynn. & # 39;
But Strzok's notes don't refer to a & # 39; Russian response & # 39 ;, Powell claimed.
They throw a & # 39; black marker & # 39; the entire document and the & # 39; notes & # 39; s do not carry a signature and date as required by the FBI, which raises doubts about their authenticity & # 39 ;, Powell wrote.
Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI in 2017, but his sentencing date was postponed to December 18 by US district court judge Emmet Sullivan and could be further blocked.
Flynn admitted that he had said that he had not spoken with former Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak when the investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller discovered that he had.
But Powell's lawyer has since claimed that Flynn said he wasn't sure he had talked to Kislyak instead of saying a definitive no.
Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI in 2017, but his lawyer now says that the FBI has manipulated the interview documents to suggest that Flynn never said definitively
& # 39; This is a misleading manipulation because, as the records of the agents show, Mr. Flynn wasn't even sure if he had talked to Russia / Kislyak about the issue. He had talked to dozens of countries, & Powell said last week.
Powell then claimed that & # 39; the higher echelon of the FBI met to & # 39; orchestrate the Flynn interview in such a way that he should not warn him that he was being interviewed in a criminal investigation to which he was the target. & # 39;
& # 39; In short, they intended to mislead him about the whole scenario and him & # 39; to remain unattended & # 39; & # 39; Powell said.
Attorneys involved in the case called Flynn's claim & # 39; an extraordinary reversal & # 39 ;.
& # 39; He made this claim despite having admitted his guilt under oath for two federal judges & # 39 ;, prosecutors said last Tuesday.
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