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GA Indictment Watch: ‘Not a Short List’ Says Jury Forewoman

She also said that there is no “plot twist”.

As the nation continues on its path toward what is certain to be a rather intense and frustrating 2024 presidential election cycle, there are a number of auxiliary threats to the GOP’s current presumptive nominee Donald Trump.

The former President is facing potential indictments in a number of incidents, some related to his actions on and around January 6th, 2021, and in response to the results of the 2020 election.

In Georgia, where Trump is being investigated over a phone call he made to Peach State election officials in the days following the election, a jury forewoman with knowledge of the proceedings says that there is a rather sizeable list of potential litigious targets.

A Georgia grand jury investigating whether Donald Trump and some of his prominent allies meddled in the state’s 2020 presidential election will recommend a series of indictments on various charges, according to a report from The New York Times. “It’s not a short list,” jury forewoman Emily Kohrs said of the list of indictment recommendations, which remains sealed.

“You’re not going to be shocked. It’s not rocket science,” Kohrs added when asked if the jury would be recommending an indictment against Trump. The names and specific charges being recommended by the grand jury have yet to be made public, but Kohrs indicated to the Times that “if the judge releases the recommendations, it is not going to be some giant plot twist.”

Only a small amount of information on the nature of these charges was currently available.

The grand jury previously indicated that it suspected several witnesses of having committed perjury throughout the course of their investigation.

Former President Trump has repeatedly suggested that there was no wrongdoing on his end of things, characterizing the Georgia Grand Jury’s investigation as nothing more than a politically-motivated “witch hunt”.

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