• leslie mcadoo gordon

FBI denied General Mike Flynn the benefit of federal law protecting his right to remain silent


Under Supreme Court precedent, federal employees have a right to know whether statements they make to law enforcement officials will be potentially used against them in criminal court or only for internal administrative purposes (discipline or security clearance). The FBI failed to respect that right when it interviewed General Mike Flynn in January 2017 when he was the incoming National Security Advisor. Leslie's piece, published in The Federalist, explains this important right and how it was not observed in Flynn's case.


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