The Fulton Country investigative grand jury felt that they where lied to by several people that came before them, says jury forwomen….
She and the judge on the case so far are NOT naming names….
Fulton County DA Willis has to decide about asking Another Grand Jury to pass up charges in the 202o probe into efforts to by Donald Trump to ‘find votes’ to change Georgia’s electoral vote totals….
State’s do NOT have memo’s advisising them NOT to indict sitting politicians or ones running for President…
Only the Feds do…
The Georgia grand jury that investigated possible interference in the 2020 election by Donald Trump and his allies recommended indicting over a dozen people, the jury foreperson said Tuesday — a list she said “might” include the former president.
“There are certainly names that you will recognize, yes. There are names also you might not recognize,” Emily Kohrs said in an interview that will air Tuesday on NBC News’ “Nightly News.”
She said the list of recommended indictments is “not a short list.”
“There are definitely some names you expect,” she said, declining to name any specific names in accordance with the instructions of the judge who presided over the grand jury.
“I don’t think that there are any giant plot twists coming. I don’t think there’s any giant ‘that’s not the way I expected this to go at all’ moments,” she said. “I would not expect you to be shocked.”
Asked whether the list could include Trump, Kohrs said, “Potentially. It might.”
The panel was convened in May and officially dissolved last month after it submitted its recommendations to Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ office….
The special purpose grand jury is different from a typical grand jury — it has the ability to issue subpoenas, and rather than issue indictments, it submits its findings to the district attorney, who then decides whether to present evidence to another grand jury for criminal charges.
Kohrs said one of the first pieces of evidence the panel reviewed was the widely reported audio of the Jan. 2, 2021, phone call in which Trump urged Raffensperger, the state’s top election official, to overturn Joe Biden’s win. “I just want to find 11,780 votes, which is one more than we have. Because we won the state,” Trump said on the call….
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