Tuesday, April 19, 2022

GA Prosecutor Reveals Timeline For Trump Criminal Investigation

Georgia's Fulton County District Attorney, Fani Willis (D), said she expects Witness Testimonies to begin June 1st, in a Criminal Investigation into whether Trump tried to Overturn the 2020 Election Results iillegally.

Selection for a Special Purpose Grand Jury will begin May 2nd, but Witness Testimonies won't start until after the Georgia Primaries on May 24th, Willis said.

"I don’t want anyone to say, ‘Oh, she’s doing this because she wants to influence the outcome of this upcoming election,'" Willis said in an Interview Monday. "The people will decide the outcome of this upcoming election. It will have nothing to do with this district attorney’s office.”

The monthlong gap in between Jury Selection and Witness Testimonies, will be used to send Subpoenas for Witnesses reluctant to Testify on the matter, including at least 30 people who previously denied Interviews.

Willis indicated 50 People have already Voluntarily Testified and that there are about 60 more her Office is hoping to speak with in the coming weeks.

Though Willis has Not released a specific List of Witnesses, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) could be among those asked to testify.

Willis's Investigation began after Trump made a Jan. 2nd, 2021, Phone Call to Raffensperger in which Trump urged him to "find" the 11,780 Votes he needed to win the State.

Raffensperger is running for Reelection for Georgia Secretary of State and will be on the Republican Primary Ballot in May.

Trump has repeatedly Dismissed concerns about his "perfect" call to Raffensperger.

President Biden became the First Democratic Presidential Contender to carry Georgia, since former President Bill Clinton in 1992.

Trump alleged widespread Voter Fraud was responsible for his Loss in several Swing States, including Georgia. The Trump Campaign and Allies pursued several Lawsuits over the matter, the Mmajority of which were Tossed by Federal Judges.

The Special Grand Jury has been authorized to continue through Spring 2023, but Willis said in February, that she expects to take action "within a year." The District Attorney is looking into several possible Sstate Law Violations, including: Election Fraud, Iintentional Interference with the Performance of Election Duties, and Conspiracy.

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