(FixThisNation.com) – The Georgia grand jury that led the investigation into Donald Trump and his allies potentially interfering with the 2020 election has recommended that over a dozen people should be indicted according to the jury foreperson.
Emily Kohrs in an interview with NBC News “Nightly News” revealed that there could potentially be names on the list of people they recommend that people recognize, as well as some names that are not recognizable. She did not say outright whether former President Donald Trump was included on the list which she characterized as “not a short list.”
The judge who presided over the grand jury has specified that the names of those recommended should not be mentioned. This is something that Kohrs abided by, by only mentioning that certain names on the list might be expected.
She added that she did not believe there were any big “plot twists” regarding those who are on the list and that she did not believe people would be shocked by the names on the list. When asked specifically about whether Trump’s name was on the list of recommendations, she noted, “Potentially. It might.”
The panel which dissolved last month submitted its final report with findings and recommendations to Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ office. It will be up to Willis to decide what charges will be pressed.
As part of the investigation, the panel held 75 interviews with different witnesses. Kohrs added that the panel believed there was one or possibly more witnesses who tried to mislead the grand jury.
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