Prosecutor Brandon Van Grack says, "There is still a possibility that General Flynn will continue to work with the government."
Judge Sullivan had asked if Flynn is still cooperating, and Van Grack took a few seconds to give this answer
Normally, defendants do not go to conviction in these circumstances until their collaboration is completed because judges in the Want to be able to fully assess how they have helped before they are.
But Mueller's team and the Department of Justice have left the door open for Flynn to help.
Van Grack tells Flynn that point has given "significant support".
"The defendant had provided the vast majority of the cooperation that could be considered," says the former prosecutor of the Müller team to the judge.
For the first time, the Special Lawyer also confirmed Flynn's role in indicting two Flynn employees in connection with their lobby work for Turkey. Flynn provided "substantial support" to the Virginia District Attorney General. Kian's indictment was canceled yesterday.
If he had not cooperated and admitted to lied about Turkish lobbying, Flynn would have filed charges against Virginia in this federal criminal case, Van Grack said.