First, Carter writes that Flynn's lawyer claims a DOJ memo written in January 2017 "exonerates Flynn of any collusion with Russia."
Flynn is charged with lying to the FBI, not "collusion."
Flynn has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. "Exonerating" him would involve disproving that charge, and his attorney's allegations don't do that.
It is also more accurate to say Flynn's attorney *claims* a memo "exonerates" him regarding "collusion." She offered no basis for her claim.
In fact, there is no evidence of prosecutorial misconduct that would benefit Flynn in this case.
Carter makes it seem like "extraordinary misconduct" is a fact.
She has no evidence that those things are true, which is why she deceives instead. /end