One America News Network's Jack Posobiec sits down with Michael Flynn's lawyer Sidney Powell after a judge canceled an upcoming hearing to review new evidence.
"Judge Sullivan just issued a minute order in the Flynn case canceling the hearing scheduled for November 7 because of the 'comprehensive briefing of the parties.' He feels like he doesn't need to have the hearings and can decide what he's going to decide from the briefs before him," Powell said.
She continued: "I'm expecting Judge Sullivan to issue an order than at a minimum postpones any sentencing or cancels any sentencing and orders the government to produce additional information, and might even hold the prosecutors in contempt of court because they certainly are."
She said the judge "will be absolutely appalled by what he saw" in the report she provided.
"I attached a number of exhibits including a comparison of the 302, the FBI interview form between February 10 and February 11 that shows dramatic changes, the long notes of the FBI agents... to show that there were things that were wrong in the notes. We also identified a small group in the upper echelon of the FBI, approximately ten people, met the day before Mr. Flynn's interview to scheme and plan how to keep him unguarded and unaware of the true purpose of the interview," she explained.