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Georgia: Immunity for at least eight “fake voters”

At least eight out of the 16 “fake voters” in Georgia I accepted Cooperate with Justice for Immunity as part of an investigation into Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election, according to a document filed with the court on Friday. These bogus electors are Republican officials who have signed a proclamation confirming that they are “duly elected and qualified” Georgia’s representatives to the Electoral College that elects the President of the United States.

The creation of the “fake voters” list is part of the investigation by Fulton County District Attorney Fanny Willis, who could charge Trump and his allies with racketeering. according to The New York Timesone of the “false voters” who refused immunity also engaged the services of an attorney who specializes in this type of charge, which is based on the RICO Act (Corrupt organizations affected vulgarity), usually used to fight the mafia and other criminal organizations.

David Schaefer, the head of the Georgia Republican Party, is this fake voter who hired this lawyer.

Fanny Willis is also interested in phone calls Donald Trump made with Georgia officials after the 2020 presidential election, including one in which he asked Georgia’s Secretary of State to find “11,780 votes” for him.

Attorneys John Eastman and Rudolph Giuliani played major roles in the fraudulent voting scheme, which spread to several key states, including Georgia. Lists of fake voters were to be sent to Mike Pence. Eastman and Giuliani hoped the former vice president would use it to overturn, prevent or delay certification of the results of the January 6, 2021 presidential election.

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According to a California federal judge’s ruling on Eastman’s communications, Trump facilitation Two meetings were held, the main topic of which was the pseudo-electors.

Fannie Willis recently announced that his decision on indictments will fall between July 11th and September 1st.

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