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New Trump Indictment Looming In Georgia, Here’s What We Know…

The witch hunt continues to intensify, as new battlegrounds are emerging.

We have long been aware of Georgia Attorney General, Fani Willis’ disdain for and campaign against the 45th President of the United States.

Willis claims that the former President attempted to unduly influence the 2020 Presidential election via a now infamous phone call he had with Georgia Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger.

Additionally, she claims that allies of the President were also involved in unspecified attempts to influence the election on President Trump’s behalf.

What wasn’t obvious was whether or not an indictment or charges would materialize from her nebulous investigation into President Trump.

A new letter signed by Willis indicates that the process of potentially indicting the former President will begin starting on July 11th, 2023.

Here’s what we currently know and the latest headlines:

Conservative Brief shared one legal expert’s opinion on the recent letter and Willis’ next potential moves :

Wittes suggested a trio of possible reasons for the charging delay, first arguing that there may be no actual delay: “She’s working on implementing it, and that just takes some time.”

“Here’s some other things we know. We know that just as the special grand jury was finishing its work in December, the January 6th committee dumped 250 depositions into the public domain.

And that came too late for the special grand jury to consider any of it,” Wittes continued.


Mediaite dissected the entirety of the letter with legal expert Benjamin Wittes:

“I do think, however, that Fani Willis, in a way that didn’t get enough attention this week kind of showed her hand, which is to say she wrote a letter to the court asking for a whole bunch of protective resources around the court, around her office, in the context of indictments that were going to come over the summer,” Wittes added.


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