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THREE Trump Co-Defendants Have Just Turned On Him

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President Trump and his 18 co-defendants commence the process of defending themselves against the charges levied by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

The trial is the first of its kind in U.S. history, and minute-by-minute developments emphasize the proceedings’ peculiar nature.

As the liberal media reports that three of the co-defendants have “flipped” on the former president, the process will distinguish between conservative Republicans and RINOS. However, this is part of the prosecution’s standard strategy.

According to The Daily Beast, former federal prosecutor Neama Rahmani has publicly stated that all defendants should immediately reach a plea agreement. “Willis doesn’t want to try 19 defendants,” he told the Daily Beast on Friday. “She wants to try Donald Trump, and flip the 18 defendants against him.”

The Daily Beast reports:

During his career as assistant U.S. attorney, Rahmani, who is now in private practice, put more than 1000 criminals behind bars, he said. Of those, “I can count on one hand the number of people that I wanted to cooperate who didn’t cooperate.”

Rahmani also noted, “And usually, the first to cooperate gets the best deal.”

According to the reports of Georgia Republicans Shawn Still, Cathleen Latham, and David Shafer, they were coerced into participating in actions related to the Trump campaign’s protest of the 2020 election results in Georgia, including signing documents that are being deemed “false.”

According to reports, the three claim they became fraudulent electors at the request of the former president or his attorneys.

This week, all defendants in Fulton County turned themselves in, allowing the prosecution to begin planning its strategy. Some of the defendants have sought to transfer the case to federal court, while others are pursuing expedited or separate trials. The Trump Team’s strategy is also in motion.

Monday, Trump’s former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, will argue for his removal in federal court. Others are requesting a venue change, citing their ties to Georgia, according to The New York Times.

Jeffery Clark, Shawn Still, Cathy Latham, and David Shafer are the other co-defendants requesting a venue change, along with co-defendant Jeffery Clark.

More on this story via The Republic Brief:

This week, two defendants, former Trump election lawyers Kenneth Chesbro and Sidney Powell invoked their constitutional right to a speedy trial. In Georgia, this means defendants are entitled to a trial starting within two weeks of indictment.

Although Willis responded with a trial date of Oct for Chesbro from Judge Scott McAfee, McAfee stated that would not do the same for other co-defendants “at this time,” Daily Beast reported. CONTINUE READING…

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