Posted BY: Jasmine | NwoReport

In a significant development related to the Georgia 2020 election case, a grand jury has approved a series of indictments. However, the identities of the defendant(s) involved have not been disclosed. The details of the indictment remain confidential as they are currently under seal.

The atmosphere outside the Fulton County courthouse was charged with anticipation as news of Trump’s potential fourth indictment emerged on Monday evening. Notably, the Fulton County District Attorney’s office shared the proposed charging documents even before the grand jury deliberated that same day.

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Fani Willis, the District Attorney of Fulton County, is rumored to be considering the pursuit of Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) charges against former President Donald Trump. It is speculated that these charges could have significant legal implications. Sources suggest that up to 12 individuals associated with Trump could face charges due to Willis’s actions.

The grand jury proceedings included testimony from 10 witnesses on Monday, adding depth to the investigation. Following his appearance at the Fulton County courthouse, former Lieutenant Governor of Georgia, Geoff Duncan, strongly criticized Trump. Duncan, a prominent figure known for opposing Trump within the Republican Party, did not mince his words. He characterized Trump as the “worst candidate ever” in the party’s history and emphasized the need for a shift in direction moving forward.

As the legal proceedings unfold and the indictment details are gradually unveiled, the implications for Trump and his allies could be far-reaching. The anticipation surrounding the potential charges and the involvement of prominent individuals in the former President’s orbit has undoubtedly intensified the already charged political climate surrounding the case.