2. What makes the Flynn indictment critical is the fact that on 24 Jan 2017, when @GenFlynn was framed by Strzok, Trump was an inaugurated POTUS. All events following (Yates role) are linked with the Strzok interview.
IMO, two scenarios arise as follows:
3. #1 - Mueller (bad actor theory) used the 302 knowing it to be false and indicted @GenFlynn to damage Trump, all the time knowing full well that Strzok was as dodgy as hell and that the entire interview was tainted.
"Clinton Foundation, in general, with heavy emphasis on "pay to play". Being conducted by: FBI in Little Rock, Arkansas. Ongoing since summer of 2017.
Uranium One / FBI Informant / bribery, extortion, kickbacks, pay for favors, etc. by Justice Dept since summer of 2017.
"Agency leaks. This includes leaking classified into to the press, to other government officials via text message, email, Tor, and also includes people receiving classified info about their clearance level. Being conducted by the DOJ since summer of 2017.
A long story, on Trump, Sessions, FBI and the like. So, I like puzzles. Not your garden variety jigsaw kind, but the kind where you figure out people or things – find patterns in the chaos and madness of life and use it to map out what you think will happen. (1)
I am essentially “that guy” who figures out who the murderer is in a mystery movie in the first 5 minutes of a film. I always end up scoring off the charts on IQ tests when it comes to pattern recognition. (2)
Real life is far more complex than cinema, which makes it endlessly more fun. The key is simple: NEVER sell out for a narrative. Never hold onto any conventional wisdom or general consensus as a basis for beliefs, but take EVERYTHING with a healthy grain of salt. (3)
A few points on today's events. The last two decades have witnessed a concentration of power in the office of the Chief Justice of India, without the parallel evolution of a system of accountability. In the long term, this is unsustainable. (1/n)
The principle that the Chief Justice is the first among equals, and handles the administrative work of the Court, is found in constitutional courts worldwide. However, the Indian legal system has developed some features that make this principle problematic. (2/n)
Two of these features are the splitting up of the Supreme Court into multiple different benches, and the massive backlog of cases. In this context, the Chief Justice's powers to assign cases to benches and to decide when a case is to be heard become very significant. (3/n)