Georgia grand jury indicts Donald Trump 10 times, identities undisclosed.

A Grand Jury Indicts Trump and Allies in Georgia

A grand jury in Georgia delivered 10 indictments on Monday after hearing witness testimony throughout the day related to allegations that former President Donald Trump⁤ and his allies illegally attempted to overturn the 2020 election.

Charges in‌ the ⁣Trump-related cases, brought by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, are widely expected to include racketeering violations.

Meet Fani Willis, the⁤ Georgia Prosecutor Taking on the Biggest Case of Her Life

Several reports revealed that the grand jury had returned 10 indictments, and an NBC News producer⁢ shared a photo of⁤ the front page of them.

Willis began investigating efforts by Trump ‍and his ⁣allies to overturn the‌ results of the 2020 election in January 2021, and ⁤she convened a grand jury ‍in⁤ May 2022, according to ​portions of the⁣ grand jury’s final report released this year.

The report, made public in February, stated the grand ⁣jury had “received evidence from or involving” 75 witnesses, including election workers, technical experts, employees‌ of the state of Georgia, and those who ​claimed election ‍fraud had occurred in the 2020 election.

The report also noted​ the grand jury believed “one or more witnesses” had⁣ committed perjury and recommended the district attorney’s office also consider indictments for that.

Following the report’s release, grand jury forewoman Emily Kohrs went on a controversial media tour, previewing to several outlets that ‍Willis was expected to bring charges against a long list of people, though she did not name anyone specifically. Her comments forced the judge overseeing the grand jury to clarify at the time that ⁤Georgia jurors could speak about their final report but not deliberations.

On Monday, another controversy surfaced in the case when Reuters published a document that showed ​numerous felonies leveled against Trump, reporting that⁣ the document had⁣ been posted on Fulton County’s website ⁣and then quickly removed.

Fulton County called the document “fictitious” in a statement and said the office would notify media of any legitimate filings in real time.

Click here to read‌ more from ⁣The Washington Examiner.

Attorneys for Trump released a ‍statement shortly after Fulton County disassociated with the document, suggesting it indicated a lack ⁤of due process in the case.

“A proposed indictment should only be ‍in the hands ⁣of the District Attorney’s⁢ Office, yet it somehow made its⁤ way to the ‍clerk’s office and was assigned a case number and a judge before the grand‍ jury ⁢even deliberated,”⁤ attorneys Drew Findling and Jennifer Little said. “This is emblematic of the pervasive and glaring constitutional violations which have plagued this case from its very inception.”

This story⁢ is‌ developing.

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