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A summary of Flynn’s Russia connections – showing why anyone who is sane would be suspicious of him. For other articles-documents on Flynn, please do a search in the “search” window.
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This article was published by the Center for American Progress Action Fund at The MoscowProject.org https://themoscowproject.org:
FLYNN FIRED FROM DIA
INVOLVING MICHAEL FLYNN
Flynn was reportedly bitter and angry when he was pushed out  of the D.I.A.; he subsequently became a contributor to RT.
Donald Trump’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn pleaded guilty  on Friday, December 1, 2017 to lying to the F.B.I. regarding his previous contacts with the Russian ambassador. Though Mueller indicted Flynn for his contacts with Russia during the transition, Flynn’s history of foreign ties long predates Trump’s presidential run.
In 2013, while Flynn was the head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, he took a delegation to Moscow  “to speak to a group of officers from the G.R.U., Russia’s intelligence agency, about leadership development.” Although the C.I.A.’s chief of Russia operations…
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