RED FLAGS? Sean Davis points out what’s STILL missing from the latest DOJ filing in the Michael Flynn case

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Sean Davis of The Federalist points out the DOJ still hasn’t produced the 302 report on the first meeting between FBI agents and Michael Flynn in its latest filing with Judge Emmet G. Sullivan.

Davis writes, “Earlier this week, Judge Emmet G. Sullivan ordered DOJ to produce the FBI 302 of the FBI interview of Flynn. Those documents were just filed. There is no 302 of the interview. Instead, there’s a 302 of an interview of *Strzok* talking about the interview 6 months later.”

Earlier this week, Judge Emmet G. Sullivan ordered DOJ to produce the FBI 302 of the FBI interview of Flynn. Those documents were just filed. There is no 302 of the interview. Instead, there's a 302 of an interview of *Strzok* talking about the interview 6 months later. pic.twitter.com/MCELRDlbti

— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) December 14, 2018

There is a 302 report that was prepared six months after this first meeting, but no original. Davis notes that the later 302 report references an earlier 302 report, but that earlier one was not included:

The FBI 302 of the interview with Strzok about the Flynn interview, however, explicitly references a 302 written up about the Flynn interview by a redacted official, who is likely Joe Pientka. DOJ did not include that 302 in today's filing.

Where is the original Flynn 302? pic.twitter.com/yRlkqOWhWp

— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) December 14, 2018

Another potential red flag in all of this is the date of the 302 report that was included, which was prepared shortly before Lisa Page and Peter Strzok were fired:

But it's not just the missing Flynn 302 that raises red flags about this investigation. It's the fact that the Strzok 302 interview–the sole basis for the Flynn charge–was conducted just 4 days after Lisa Page was fired and days before Strzok himself was fired by Mueller. pic.twitter.com/8jplDKwouD

— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) December 14, 2018

Exit question: So, where’s this missing 302?

But the August 302 on the July interview of Strzok specifically references a 302 of the January Flynn interview and accompanying notes compiled by Strzok’s interviewing partner (likely Joe Pientka). Where is that 302 and where are the notes? https://t.co/Nq7KvlRQER

— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) December 14, 2018

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