He Georgia juryjudicial body in charge of investigating the movements of former president of the United States Donald Trump in the context of the case alleged electoral fraud in that Staterecommended charging about 20 more people than the 19 who were finally named.
The report was sent at the time to Prosecutor Fani Williswhich later ended up charging 19 people, including Trump himself, for being part of a criminal network that pressured local authorities based on suspicions of fraud for which evidence was never presented.
Beyond those already known involved, according to Justice There are others who left the list of defendants, such as Graham, an ally of the former president and one of the main Republican figures in the Senate, who had maintained communications with the Georgia Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, responsible for data collection.
Electoral fraud in the US: who are those charged so far
donald trump was arrested two weeks ago (August 25) in Georgia for accusations about electoral fraud in that State during the 2020 elections. With the, 19 other United States officials involved in the incident They surrendered to justice.
The Fulton District Attorney Fani Willisset a deadline for the accused to surrender to the authorities: Friday, August 25 at noon, the 19 implicated in illegally associating to try to reverse the results of the presidential elections of Georgia in 2020 at the county jail, where everyone was processed with fingerprints and a mugshot.
Faced with the presence of protesters in Fulton due to the appearance of Donald Trump and his officials, the mayor, Patrick Labat, assured that “it will remain increased security at Fulton County Jail. Officers will also continue to ensure a safe space for protesters. However, anyone who violates the law will be arrested and face appropriate consequences.”
In addition to Trump, among the 18 defendants were some of his closest advisors, such as his former personal lawyer and former New York mayor, Rudy Giuliani, and his former chief of staff Mark Meadows. Those names were in the grand jury report used by the prosecutor in charge of the case.