Photo edit of President Trump.
Photo edit of President Trump.

Former President Donald Trump and 18 associates face an unprecedented indictment in Georgia, charged with election fraud, racketeering, and a sweeping conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election.

Indictment of Trump and Allies in Georgia

  • Fulton County, Georgia grand jury indicts former President Donald Trump and 18 others on charges including election fraud, racketeering, and violations of the Georgia RICO Act.
  • Charges stem from alleged efforts to overturn 2020 election results in Georgia.
  • All defendants, including Rudy Giuliani and Mark Meadows, are issued arrest warrants and must turn themselves in by August 25.
  • District Attorney Fani Willis emphasizes the seriousness of the racketeering charges, stating conviction leads to prison time.

Individuals Charged and Their Connection to Trump

  • Former President Donald John Trump: The central figure in the indictment.
  • Rudolph William Louis Giuliani: Trump’s personal attorney, instrumental in efforts to find voter fraud.
  • John Charles Eastman: Conservative lawyer with ties to Trump.
  • Mark Randall Meadows: Trump’s former White House chief of staff.
  • Kenneth John Chesebro: Alleged conspirator connected to Trump’s legal team.
  • Jeffrey Bossert Clark: Former Justice Department official tied to Trump.
  • Jenna Lynn Ellis: Conservative lawyer who publicly made claims about alleged election fraud.
  • Ray Stallings Smith III: Another lawyer connected to the Trump campaign.
  • Robert David Cheeley: Alleged associate in legal schemes.
  • Michael A. Roman: Alleged conspirator linked to the Trump campaign.
  • David James Shafer: Connected to Trump’s political network.
  • Shawn Micah Tresher Still: Allegedly involved in election interference efforts.
  • Stephen Cliffgard Lee: Accused of attempting to influence testimony on behalf of Trump.
  • Harrison William Prescott Floyd: Allegedly tied to Trump-related legal efforts.
  • Trevian C. Kutti: Former publicist for Kanye West, allegedly attempted to influence a witness.
  • Sidney Katherine Powell: Conservative lawyer who pushed baseless claims of voter fraud.
  • Cathleen Alston Latham: Another alleged associate connected to the legal schemes.
  • Scott Graham Hall: Allegedly involved in efforts to overturn election results.
  • Misty Hampton: Connection to Trump’s campaign efforts.
  • The indictment spans 41 total counts, with 13 against Trump, and identifies 19 defendants and 30 unindicted co-conspirators.
  • The alleged criminal activities include allegedly false statements, impersonating public officers, forgery, and computer theft, among others.

    Trump’s Reactions and Legal Details

  • Trump denies any wrongdoing, and his attorneys criticize the investigation, calling it “flawed and unconstitutional.”
  • The indictment describes multiple schemes to reverse Trump’s electoral loss in Georgia.
  • The charges against Trump include violating Georgia’s RICO Act, solicitation of violation of oath, conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer, forgery, allegedly false statements, and filing false documents.
  • The case paints Giuliani as a central figure in efforts to reverse the election results.

Other Legal Cases Against Trump

  • The Georgia indictment is the fourth felony case against the former president.
  • Trump faces 34 felony counts in a New York State case relating to alleged payments to Stormy Daniels.
  • He also faces two federal cases: one in Florida regarding classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago and another in Washington, D.C., related to an alleged conspiracy to thwart the electoral vote count.
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Stephen Russell
Stephen Russell
6 months ago

In rush to prosecute hope Prosecution flubbed case paperwork etc
In OUR favor