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Judicial Watch Sues for Documents Regarding Michael Flynn Investigation

Last month, President Donald J. Trump formally asked for National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s resignation after learning he misled Vice President Pence about communications with the Russian government.

Despite the fact that Flynn’s communications with Russian officials were within his legal authority, the pressure from the left and the media forced the president to ask for his resignation. After Flynn’s departure from the White House, President Trump reiterated his support for his former aide, and stressed that the real problem was the amount of illegal leaks coming from his administration.

Now, as the Flynn saga continues to swirl, Judicial Watch has formally sued the CIA, DOJ, and Department of Treasury for records related to the leaks involving the Flynn investigation.

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeks records “related to the investigation of retired United States Army Lieutenant General Michel Flynn’s communications with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak (Judicial Watch v. Central Intelligence Agency et al. (No.1:17-cv-00397)).  (The National Security Agency refused to confirm or deny the existence of intelligence records about communications between Gen. Flynn and Amb Kislyak.)”