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Gleeson’s Partner In Gotti Prosecution Weighs In On How He’ll Handle Flynn Mess

Chief prosecutors Andrew Maloney (L) and John Gleeson (R) during the 1992 trial John Joseph "Johnny Boy" Gotti, Jr., head of the Gambino crime family, currently charged with racketeering, murder, illegal gambling, ob... Chief prosecutors Andrew Maloney (L) and John Gleeson (R) during the 1992 trial John Joseph "Johnny Boy" Gotti, Jr., head of the Gambino crime family, currently charged with racketeering, murder, illegal gambling, obstruction of justice, tax fraud, and a list of other crimes. (Photo by Rick Maiman/Sygma via Getty Images) MORE LESS
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May 14, 2020 11:49 a.m.

With the news that retired U.S. District Judge John Gleeson had been appointed to help clean up the mess in the Michael Flynn case, I reached out to one of Gleeson’s former colleagues to get a sense of how he might handle it.

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