Dismissed in February, the national security Advisor of the US President Michael Flynn is going to testify in the case of ties the American leader with the Kremlin. In exchange for testimony the officer wants to obtain guaranteed protection from “unfair prosecution”.
Such information was sounded by the lawyer ex-the adviser to the President of the United States Robert Kellner, reports â€œÐ”Ð¸Ð°Ð»Ð¾Ð³.UAâ€ with reference to Reuters.
“General Flynn, of course, have a story to tell. And he is reluctant to give him the word,” said the lawyer.
According to media reports, Flynn can clarify the situation from talks with the Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergei Kislyak, as well as about the possible links between trump and Russians.
At the same time, The Wall Street Journal writes that before testifying Flynn is trying to get immunity from the FBI and the intelligence groups of the house of representatives and the Senate. While such safeguards Agency not provided.
Recall that Flynn was forced to resign in February after could not disclose details of the talks with the Russian Ambassador to the inauguration of the trump. Presumably, the parties discussed the anti-Russian sanctions.
Polovinne Flynn’s relations with the Kremlin nor trump, nor its representatives have made official statements in defense of EA.