The never-ending saga involving former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has taken yet another turn.
Late on Thursday, the United States Court of Appeals for District of Columbia Circuit ordered Judge Sullivan, who’s overseeing Flynn’s case, to respond to an appeal that Flynn’s legal team filed.
Flynn’s team appealed to have Sullivan replaced and have the case dismissed by June 1, according to journalist Sara Carter.
Sidney Powell, the lawyer representing Flynn, took to Twitter this week to detail the move.
Sara Carter reported:
On Tuesday, Powell filed a writ of mandamus with the United States Court of Appeals with the District of Columbia to dismiss the case against Flynn, vacate the order appointing an amicus curiae and reassign the case to another judge.
The petition came after Sullivan failed to grant the government’s motion to dismiss based on what his defense believes is a