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US: Georgia's grand jury finds Trump guilty of overturning election results, 18 others also accused of conspiracy

Pankaj Prasad
Former US President Donald Trump
Former US President Donald Trump

Former US President Donald Trump is once again in trouble.

Former US President Donald Trump is once again in trouble. A Georgia grand jury indicted him. Trump is accused of trying to overturn the 2020 Georgia election results. Let me tell you, these days Trump is busy preparing for the 2024 presidential elections.

This is the whole matter

According to US media reports, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis late Monday accused Trump and 18 of his aides of conspiring to reverse his defeat to President Biden. Willis has charged the former president with conspiracy, perjury and perjury of oath of office to a public official, in addition to violating Georgia's anti-racketeering law. Willis has charged all 19 accused under the RICO Act. It can be used against anyone who uses criminal means to achieve an objective. Rico refers to the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.

Intention to sue together

According to media reports, Fani Willis has been investigating against Trump and his associates for the last two years. At the press conference, Willis said he intended to try all 19 accused together. They will hardly be given time for this. Willis said that I am giving time till the afternoon of 25 August 2023 to all the accused to voluntarily surrender.

Accused in the second case of overturning the election results

At the same time, recently a federal grand jury in Washington DC held a hearing against Trump. After examining the arguments and evidence of special counsel Jack Smith, the court found Trump to be an accused in the second case of trying to overturn the results of the presidential election. In this case, he also had to appear in the court.

Special Counsel Jack Smith made these allegations against Trump

conspiracy to defraud America
Conspiracy to obstruct official proceedings
obstructing official proceedings
Attempts to obstruct official action
conspiracy against officials