In another post from Sunday, John Huber noted that Michael Flynn’s original lawyers had asked the special counsel’s office twice for a copy of Flynn’s FD-302 interview form and were denied both times, claiming they couldn’t turn it over because it would “reveal” parts of their overall Russia interference investigation.

Also on Sunday, CNN law enforcement analyst James A. Gagliano noted a “shockingly cavalier take” by Judge Sullivan to Flynn’s new attorney, Sidney Powell, regarding that interview:

“… but we’ll wait for the government’s submission,” said Sullivan. Good one.

Buck Sexton weighed in on Monday:

“You know, sometimes throughout the best efforts, notwithstanding the best efforts of everyone, things happen and documents are lost. I mean, it just happens….”