Judge Emmet G. Sullivan, who is overseeing the sentencing in the case of the US government against General Michael Flynn, has seen government corruption before. In 2009 the judge dismissed the DOJ’s case against Alaska Republican Senator Ted Stevens due to government corruption.
In 2008 Republican Senator Ted Stevens, who was the longest serving Republican Senator in history, was found guilty on eight felony counts brought by the US government. A few days later, Senator Stevens lost his election in Alaska.
When the sentencing finally came down in 2009, the case was dismissed due to DOJ corruption. But it was ultimately too late for Senator Stevens who lost his re-election a few months earlier. It was just another DOJ set-up. And Obama and Democrats ended up with a super-majority in the US Senate with 60 seats.
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