As reports Reuters, the decision was made by the panel of judges of the U.S. court of Appeals on June 24. The decision to dismiss was supported by two judges in the panel, three judges appointed by previous President Barack Obama has opposed.
The court concluded that further proceedings would lead to “disclose the internal deliberative process” in the Executive branch.
Flynn was one of the accused in the investigation, which was conducted by spectracolor Robert Mueller on the fact of Russia’s interference in the U.S. presidential election in 2016. During the investigation, Flynn twice pleaded guilty of lying to the FBI about conversations with the then Russian Ambassador in the United States Sergei Kislyak.