The weaponization of the government and the judicial system against the American people continues to build into the oppressive nightmare of a third world, as new information emerges from the state of Georgia, where a grand jury forewoman is providing the media with hints of what is to come from the courts there – in response to the ongoing demand for transparency and integrity in the state’s federal elections.
Until recently, a special grand jury examining efforts by then-President Donald Trump and his associates to “overturn his 2020 election loss” in Georgia remained secret.
According to excerpts of the special grand jury’s final findings that were disclosed this week, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis should “pursue appropriate charges for such offenses where the evidence is strong.”
Today, Emily Kohrs, the forewoman of the Grand Jury, is speaking out about what transpired behind closed doors. And it all appears extremely odd:
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The Associated Press said that they were able to identify Kohrs because her name appeared on subpoenas received through open records requests. According to the Associated Press, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney instructed Kohrs and other jurors on what they could and could not say publicly, including in interviews with the press media, and the mainstream media rushed to interview Kohrs.
“Georgia grand jury recommended indictments for more than a dozen people in Trump probe, foreperson says Emily Kohrs told NBC News the panel’s recommendations include “some names you expect.” Asked whether they included Trump, she said, “Potentially, it might,” NBC News reported this week.
The NBC report went on, adding more details of Kohrs’ interview:
“I don’t think that there are any giant plot twists coming. I don’t think there’s any giant ‘that’s not the way I expected this to go at all’ moments,” she said. “I would not expect you to be shocked.”
Asked whether the list could include Trump, Kohrs said, “Potentially. It might.”
The panel was convened in May and officially dissolved last month after it submitted its recommendations to Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ office.
Parts of the grand jury report made public last week revealed the panel had interviewed 75 witnesses and recommended perjury charges against “one or more witnesses” who testified before it. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney ordered those names be kept under wraps for the time being as the DA decides whether to seek charges.
Kohrs said the panel thought one or possibly two witnesses might have misled the grand jury.
“I remember at least one and probably more than one moment where an answer made me pause, because it did not match something that either I had heard previously or something that I had seen,” she said.
Kohrs went on to discuss more of the people who testified:
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
A witness who did strike her as “honest” was Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., who’d fought his subpoena for testimony in the courts. CONTINUE READING…