Monday, May 11, 2020
Two former Justice Department officials who were directly involved in the Russia investigation have now spoken out publicly against Attorney General Bill Barr's decision to drop the Michael Flynn case. Mary McCord, who served as acting assistant attorney general for national security at the start of the probe, accused Barr of "twist[ing]" her words in the legal motions the Department filed to ask that Flynn's case be dismissed. Jonathan Kravis -- a DOJ prosecutor who resigned after Barr meddled in the Roger Stone case -- called last week's Flynn maneuver "equally appalling."
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