According to USA Today– During an eight-month investigation into alleged election fraud involving former president Donald Trump, a Georgia grand jury recommended indictments against numerous persons on a variety of offenses, the panel’s chairperson told the New York Times on Tuesday.
In a final report given to Atlanta-area District Attorney Fani Willis in December, Emily Kohrs declined to identify any of those who were recommended for charges, including if Trump was one of them.
According to the Times, Kohrs reportedly said, “You are not going to be astonished,” in reference to Trump.
Judge Robert McBurney of the Fulton County Superior Court ruled that the majority of that report, along with the suggestions for charges, should remain secret.
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The group concluded that there was no proof of fraud, despite the former president’s repeated claims to the contrary, and recommended that perjury charges be brought against anonymous witnesses who may have lied under oath. McBurney made a small piece of the document public last week.
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Kohrs declined to reveal specifics of the panel’s decision-making in a separate interview with the Associated Press, but she did give a basic overview of her thoughts on the 75 witnesses who testified in front of the panel.
The foreperson described Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger as “very geeky kind of humorous” while describing the state’s top election officer.
Willis started the criminal investigation after Raffensperger received a call from Trump on January 2, 2021, requesting that he “find” 11,780 more votes to defeat President Joe Biden in the state’s general election.
Kohrs did not react right away to questions from USA TODAY.