Security Heightens In Fulton County, Georgia As Charges Are Expected in Trump Georgia Case
Donald Trump could be criminally indicted for the fourth time in connection with his attempts to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia as early as this coming Tuesday, based on local prosecution's movements reported by CNN on Saturday.
Trump and twelve of his allies could be criminally indicted this coming Tuesday on charges stemming from their alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election results illegally. The charges may even include potential RICO charges. Trump's team and observers alike have been awaitin g the next move by Fulton County DA Fani Willis, who has steady she and her office are “ready to go.”.
"An Atlanta-area prosecutor has notified at least one witness to appear before a grand jury early next week, the most significant indication of her intention to seek indictments in the investigation of how Donald Trump and others tried to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia, the outlet reported Saturday. "Former Georgia Lt. Gov Geoff Duncan, a Republican, said Saturday on CNN that he has been told to appear Tuesday before a Fulton County grand jury to testify about the efforts by Trump and his allies."
According to the report, this development could point to Willis' next move.
"The upcoming appearance signals that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is moving forward with a grand jury presentation where she’s expected to seek charges against more than a dozen people stemming from her investigation into the efforts to overturn the 2020 election,"
"'I did just receive notification to appear on Tuesday morning at the Fulton County grand jury and I certainly will be there to do my part in recounting the facts,' Duncan, a CNN contributor, told CNN’s Fredreka Whitfield on Saturday."
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Saturday that the indictment could come in as early as Tuesday, which is unusual considering the grand jury sessions typically occur on Monday and Wednesday. The indictment may come after at least two ADDITIONAL witnesses appear before the empaneled grand jury on a special session scheduled for Tuesday. The witnesses include, according to CNN…
“Former Georgia Lt. Gov Geoff Duncan, a Republican, said Saturday on CNN that he has been told to appear Tuesday before a Fulton County grand jury to testify about the efforts by Trump and his allies. Independent journalist George Chidi posted on social media later Saturday that he’d also been told to appear before the grand jury on Tuesday.”