From Lin Wood’s TELEGRAM page:
“Last night, I was honored when Sidney Powell called me and asked me to serve as lead counsel for her in defending the frivolous defamation lawsuit filed against her by Dominion.
I quickly accepted. Get ready to rumble, Dominion. You made a mistake suing Sidney. You are going to pay a heavy price.
Sidney and I will not be intimidated. We will not go quietly in the night.
Hey Dominion, I will see you and your employees and officers soon as truth is pursued and established. I will see you across the table where you will be subjected to a thorough and sifting cross-examination under oath. I know how to deal with legal bullies like you.
Check my record.
I love Sidney Powell. I admired her brilliance, skills, and tenacity from a distance as I watched her fight a corrupt system to achieve justice for a great American, Lt. General Mike Flynn.
Sidney is a truth-giver. She also shares my love for God. As does General Flynn who is also a truth-giver.
I have had the privilege to work with Sidney and General Flynn over the past recent months. They are great Americans. They are role models for many.
God blessed me with their friendship.
As 2020 drew to a close and we entered 2021, I felt compelled to increasingly exercise my First Amendment right of free speech. I waged a public battle for President Trump, for our Bill of Rights, for honest elections, against pedophilia and child sex trafficking. Against corrupt government officials. And against corrupt judges.
Then the mob turned on me.
I quickly learned firsthand the pain my clients had experienced when they suffered false and often vicious attacks on their lives and reputations.
By fighting for my clients over the years, I was prepared to do for myself what my clients had needed me to do for them for so many years – I had become skilled in the art of legal warfare. I know how to aggressively fight for truth within the rules to achieve justice.
I will not shy away from the battles. I will not go quietly in the night. I will not see my country’s freedom lost without a fight. I will never quit.
So much for semi-retirement.”