Trump’s Indictment Looms in Fulton County, But Something Weird Is Going on


It appears, in a bizarre turn of events that the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office briefly posted online a document that looked like a list of charges against Trump that have yet to be announced in an indictment. Reuters claims that this is the case.

Reuters first reported:

According to a docket report on the Fulton County Court’s website, the U.S. State of Georgia is preparing to charge Donald Trump with a number of crimes, including racketeering and conspiracy.

Reuters quickly replaced the article, without explaining how it had been significantly changed, with a new one stating:

The Fulton County, Georgia, court’s website briefly posted a document on Monday listing several criminal charges against former U.S. President Donald Trump that appeared related to his attempts to overturn his 2020 election defeat in the state, before taking the document down without explanation.

In a press release, the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office said that Trump had not been charged.

The document, which was dated August 14 and listed Trump as the defendant in the “open” case, is no longer accessible on the website of the court. Reuters could not determine immediately why the item had been posted or removed. “The Reuters article that these charges were filed was inaccurate. A spokesperson for the District attorney’s office stated that they could not comment on anything else.

The two-page document listing the multiple felony accusations against Donald Trump is dated August 14th.

The grand jury is reportedly still meeting and Trump has not been charged as of this writing:

The document lists serious accusations against Trump. Whether it was fake or leaked, the list includes racketeering and soliciting public officials to violate their oaths, conspiracy to impersonate a public servant, conspiracy to forge documents, filing false documentation, and making false claims.

The Fulton County DA had been expected to announce an indictment of Trump this week. However, the faked or leaked document will harm the credibility and the credibility of the investigation.

If they are brought, the charges will be related to Trump’s actions following the 2020 presidential election. This includes a call that he made to Georgia Secretary Brad Raffesnperger, asking him to “find 1178 votes” needed to flip Georgia from Joe Biden over to Trump. Trump claims to have made a “perfect call” and has reacted angrily against both former Lt. Governor Fani Willis, and District Attorney Fani. Geoff Duncan is a Republican who has announced that he’ll testify in front of the grand jury.