Updated: December 1, 2017

Gen. Michael T. Flynn Guilty Plea

Making False Statements to the FBI

Full Document: Michael Flynn Plea and Statement of Offense

Pursuant to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 11, the United States of America and the
defendant, MICHAEL T. FLYNN, stipulate and agree that the following facts are true and
accurate. These facts do not constitute all of the facts known to the parties concerning the
charged offense; they are being submitted to demonstrate that sufficient facts exist that the
defendant committed the offense to which he is pleading guilty.

1. The defendant, MICHAEL T. FLYNN, who served as a surrogate and national
security advisor for the presidential campaign of Donald J. Trump (“Campaign”), as a senior
member of President-Elect Trump’s Transition Team (“Presidential Transition Team”), and as
the National Security Advisor to President Trump, made materially false statements and
omissions during an interview with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) on January 24,
2017, in Washington, D.C. At the time of the interview, the FBI had an open investigation into
the Government of Russia’s (“Russia”) efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election,
including the nature of any links between individuals associated with the Campaign and Russia,
and whether there was any coordination between the Campaign and Russia’s efforts.
2. FL YNN’s false statements and omissions impeded and otherwise had a material
impact on the FBI’s ongoing investigation into the existence of any links or coordination
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between individuals associated with the Campaign and Russia’s efforts to interfere with the 2016
presidential election.

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