It has been requested that a special grand jury be convened in Fulton County, Georgia, to aid in the investigation of former President Trump.
“Fulton County, Georgia, DA Fani Willis has requested a special grand jury to assist in the investigation of former President Trump’s attempts to overturn Georgia’s 2020 presidential election results to “empower review of the matter” and due to the “complexity” of the situation,” said Amy Vanderpool on Twitter.
Fulton County, Georgia, DA Fani Willis has requested a special grand jury to assist in the probe of former President Trump’s attempts to overturn Georgia’s 2020 presidential election results to "empower review of the matter" and due to the situation's "complexity." pic.twitter.com/Wtwtn1zbut
— Amee Vanderpool (@girlsreallyrule) January 20, 2022
Georgia’s 2020 elections, including the State’s election of President of the United States, may have been exposed to criminal disturbances, according to a letter she sent requesting a special grand jury to investigate.
The head judge of Fulton County’s Superior Court, Christopher S. Brasher, received the letter. Because “a large number of witnesses and potential witnesses have refused to assist with the inquiry without a subpoena mandating their testimony,” Willis claims she needs the special grand jury to conduct her probe. An important witness in the inquiry, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, has stated that he would not engage in an interview or provide any other evidence unless he is issued with a subpoena by my office.”
In February of last year, Willis initiated the investigation after Raffensperger released an edited clip of a phone chat he had with the president. Since the investigation was announced about a year ago, Willis has made this request for information.
For the purpose of the inquiry, the special grand jury would authorize Willis to subpoena witnesses, force the production of documents, investigate and access into specific offices.
It’s going to be “extremely meticulous,” “quite patient,” and “in some way unemotional” in the pursuit of justice for Willis’s family.
Raffensperger indicated earlier this month that he would look into any unlawful harvesting of ballots from the 2020 election. A little of information has come to our attention,” said Raffensperger. And that’s something we’ll look into. We deployed drop boxes that were monitored around the clock, and because of that, we can identify who dropped off the information. We’re simply working through it. We’ll investigate any credible claims if they’re made to us. And that’s something we’re looking into right now.”
To go forward, Willis’ proposal must be approved by a majority of the county’s superior court justices. Keep checking back to discover what happens next in this ever-evolving story.
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