November 2, 2019 | From Sara Carter
***Editor’s note and update: Attorney Sidney Powell thanks the IFA community for praying and asks for prayer concerning her next brief due on 11/4.***
In another dramatic turn of events U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan — who is overseeing the case of former National Security Advisor Army Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn–has canceled the upcoming November hearing based on an explosive brief submitted by Flynn’s defense attorney.
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Sullivan stated in an order submitted Monday that “in view of the parties’ comprehensive briefing concerning  Defendant’s Motion to Compel Production of Brady Material, the Court cancels the motion hearing previously scheduled for November 5, 2019.”
The order to cancel is significant. Powell had filed a brief in response to federal prosecutors that claimed they had already given the defense team all the evidence that was required under the law. Her explosive response was made public last week and contained minimal redactions.
Powell told SaraACarter.com that the “defense looks forward to reading Judge Sullivan’s order because the government has obviously been hiding evidence….”
Based on Sullivan’s cancellation of the hearing, Powell may be right. The mostly unredacted brief released last week contained significant issues and evidence presented by Powell that reveal the government is still withholding evidence from the defense despite Sullivan’s order that everything must be turned over….
Further, she revealed concrete evidence that the government is still holding onto significant Brady material that would fully exonerate her client. It would also hold responsible senior federal law enforcement and Justice Department officials who distorted facts and leaked lies to the media about the three-star general.
Because of this, Powell is asking that the court require that the government produce all evidence related to Flynn. She is also urging the court to hold prosecutors in contempt and “dismiss the entire prosecution for outrageous government misconduct.”