Posted BY: Wyatt | NwoReport

Former director of Black Voices for Trump, Harrison Floyd, has been denied bail by a Georgia judge, resulting in his detention in a dangerous jail. He faces trial on charges related to his alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election results in favor of then-President Donald Trump. Despite 19 individuals being charged in the Georgia Trump case, Floyd is the only defendant to be detained while awaiting trial. Judge Emily Richardson of Fulton County Superior Court ruled, deeming Floyd a potential risk to commit more felonies and flee the jurisdiction.

Floyd’s charges include witness tampering, conspiracy to solicit false statements, and violating Georgia’s racketeering law. He is accused of pressuring a Fulton County election worker to falsely admit to stealing votes from Trump. While Floyd asserted that he is not a flight risk and voluntarily reported to the Fulton County Jail, Richardson emphasized that his bond would be fully considered when Judge Scott McAfee, assigned to his case, takes it up.

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Despite Floyd’s claims of lacking funds to hire a defense lawyer, Richardson indicated that he could either find a way to secure legal representation or represent himself. Floyd’s detention raised concerns, particularly given allegations of unsafe conditions at the Fulton County Jail. The US Department of Justice (DOJ) investigated the facility due to reports of overcrowding and violence. The jail’s capacity was exceeded, and several inmates, like Floyd, were awaiting trial without convictions. The DOJ identified structural hazards and reported instances of violence within the facility.

Online backlash followed Richardson’s decision, with some claiming racial bias against black Trump supporters. Congressman Burgess Owens criticized the court’s move and highlighted the discrepancy in treatment between different cases. However, support for Floyd’s legal defense emerged through an online crowdfunding campaign that had raised over $180,000. These funds could potentially aid Floyd in securing legal representation and bail if granted by the court. As Floyd’s case continues, his detention and the broader implications for individuals supporting political figures remain under scrutiny.