Michael Flynn may be accused of kidnapping an Islamic preacher

Michael Flynn may be accused of kidnapping an Islamic preacher

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Майкла Флинна могут обвинить в организации похищения исламского проповедника

Spectacular Robert Muller explains the details of the contract ex-adviser to trump with the Turkish authorities

Investigators from the special Prosecutor Robert Mueller to check the information about the transaction in terms of which former US presidential Advisor for national security, Michael Flynn had to kidnap a Muslim preacher Fethullah gülen living in the United States, and to transmit it to the Turkish authorities.

As reported in the Friday newspaper The Wall Street Journal, Flynn and his son, Michael Flynn, Jr., had to get it for $ 15 million. Information about the conspiracy was obtained by the investigators in the investigation of the possible intervention of Russia in election campaign of 2016.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the fugitive preacher in organizing the attempted coup in July 2016, demanding his extradition to the Turkish authorities. Gulen himself has repeatedly denied these accusations.

Former adviser to trump national security Michael Flynn is one of the suspects in the investigation about the contacts of a campaign headquarters of US President to Moscow. He met with a former Russian Ambassador to Washington Sergei Kislyak, discussing, according to American media, the possibility of lifting sanctions imposed after the annexation of Crimea.

In March this year, Flynn has officially registered as a “foreign agent”, putting in the documents submitted to the U.S. Department of justice, he acted as a lobbyist, carrying out orders of a Turkish businessman.

According to The Wall Street Journal, FBI agents interviewed at least four people about the meeting between Flynn and representatives of the Turkish government, which was held in new York in December last year. During the talks, according to witnesses, it was about the kidnapping of Gulen and the release of businessman Reza Zarrab serving in the U.S. prison term on charges of violating the sanctions regime against Iran.

Earlier, Reuters reported that the business partner Flynn, former CIA Director James Woolsey, were offered two Turkish businessmen to enter into a contract in the amount of 10 million dollars, organizing a campaign to discredit Gulen.

James Woolsey for several years was a member of the founded by Michael Flynn of the Flynn company Intel Group.

In addition, on Friday it became known that investigators from the group of spectaculara Muller questioned a senior White house adviser on political Affairs Steven Miller.

Representatives of the investigation team has not yet commented on this information.