Thursday, May 14, 2020
Michael Flynn's sentencing judge Wednesday asked a former federal judge to explore whether Trump's former national security adviser should face a contempt hearing for perjury after he pleaded guilty to a crime for which he now claims to be innocent. U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan also asked retired New York federal Judge John Gleeson to make a nonbinding recommendation whether to order Flynn, who pleaded guilty to a crime and now claims innocence, to explain why he should not be found in criminal contempt for lying under oath in his guilty plea.
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