Is the rule of law dead in Georgia

Written by on August 18, 2023

Is the rule of law dead in Georgia?

Shared By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist

Is the rule of law dead in Georgia

Is the rule of law dead in Georgia


Is the rule of law dead in Georgia?

The Indictment of Individuals in Georgia Related to the 2020 Presidential Election

A recent development in Georgia involves the indictment of former President Donald Trump and 18 associates in connection with their actions following the 2020 presidential election.

Key Details: Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, known for her progressive viewpoints, has presented a 98-page indictment with a total of 41 charges. These charges include an alleged violation of the state’s RICO Act, a legal framework often utilized in cases involving organized crime or drug trafficking.

Notable figures among the indicted individuals are former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, as well as attorneys John Eastman, Sydney Powell, and Jenna Ellis.

Understanding the Charges: The charges are centered on the assertion that Trump’s actions went beyond his right to express skepticism about the integrity of the 2020 election results. Willis argues that certain actions, such as Trump’s endorsements of specific news networks like OANN and Newsmax via social media, were components of a larger criminal “conspiracy.” As an example, Willis points to Act 22 of the alleged conspiracy, which cites a tweet from Trump’s account on December 3, 2020, urging followers to watch a specific news network.

Unintended Leak: A noteworthy incident took place when Willis inadvertently made the charges public before the grand jury’s official vote, leading to speculation that political motivations might be influencing the timing of the indictment. Legal procedures dictate that charges should remain confidential until officially filed.

Potential Legal Consequences: Fulton County Sheriff Patrick Labat, when asked, indicated that preparations for potential arrests were underway. Former President Trump responded by characterizing Willis as a “strongly partisan” figure who, he alleged, deliberately prolonged her investigation to impact the 2024 presidential race.

Limitations on Pardons: It’s important to note that if Trump were to be convicted of these state charges, a future president would not have the authority to grant a federal pardon, as the charges fall under the purview of state law.

Deadline for Surrender: Willis has set a voluntary surrender deadline of August 25 for all individuals named in the indictment.

[Source: The National Pulse, Trump on Truth, Just the News]

BREAKING: Georgia Grand Jury Indicts Donald Trump and 18 Other Individuals.




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