The agencies have not yet taken Flynn up on his offer, according to officials with knowledge of the matter.'General Flynn certainly has a story to tell, and he very much wants to tell it, should the circumstances permit,' said Flynn's attorney, Robert Kelner.
'The president's view is he should go up there, he should testify,' Spicer said Friday afternoon.
But the passion that drove him was to work as a photographer covering America's deadly wars in Indochina.
The dangerous, chaotic assignment brought him excitement and fame, but it also led him to his death.
There are different stories how Errol Flynn was cast.
All these cases are individual." Yet the possible discovery of the remains of Flynn, who was aged 28 when he disappeared, has sparked controversy.Forty years ago next week, Flynn and another journalist, Dana Stone, disappeared without trace after encountering a hostile checkpoint south-east of Phnom Penh.Now, forensic tests are to be performed on remains that have been dug up in rural Cambodia by two amateur "bone hunters" who claim they have finally answered the mystery as to what happened to the two men, among three dozen journalists to have lost their lives during the war in Cambodia.' a reporter asked during the daily press briefing.'Nope,' a confident Spicer replied.Trump himself tweeted Friday morning that Flynn 'should ask for immunity' in the probe, claiming that 'this is a witch hunt (excuse for big election loss), by media & Dems, of historic proportion!