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Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn appears to have come full circle, if you read carefully the sentencing memo released Tuesday by special counsel Robert Mueller recommending that Flynn serve no jail time despite pleading guilty to making false statements to the FBI.Mueller praises Flynn's "early cooperation" as a spur to others.Flynn became disoriented during his years in Trump's orbit, but the sentencing memo suggests he recovered his balance and sense of duty after Mueller began his investigation.That was a grossly improper attempt to interfere with the investigation and prosecution of Flynn's false statements.That, by Mueller's account, is precisely what happened in the case of Flynn.
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