“フリンは、宣誓供述書または確認された苦情に特定の事実を記載しておらず、即時かつ取り返しのつかない傷害を明確に示しています。, 損失, またはダメージが彼に生じます” as a result of providing the subpoenaed information, Florida District Judge Mary Scriven wrote in the ruling obtained by Fox News.
The judge also noted that the committee had postponed Flynn’s deposition date to a “date to be determined” and there was “no evidence in the record as to the date by which the select committee now expects Flynn to comply with its document requests.”
Scriven also said Flynn’s lawyers did not notify the party’s being sued, Pelosi and the committee, about the restraining order request which is required by federal rules.
Scriven did leave the door open for Flynn to ask for the restraining order again if he can rectify the issues she outlined.
In the Tuesday lawsuit, Flynn’s lawyers maintained he was not involved in the organization or the actual events of Jan. 6.