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Threats to Georgia’s grand jurors who indicted Trump are being looked at by the authorities

By 08/17/2023 8:55 PMNo CommentsBy YidInfo Staff


The grand jury that indicted former President Donald Trump and 18 of his associates on Thursday was the focus of threats, according to Georgian authorities, who say they are looking into them.

The identities of grand jury members and other personal information were posted online, according to the office of Fulton County Sheriff Pat Labat, and now authorities are trying to determine where the threats came from. Other local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies are aiding, according to the sheriff’s office.

The sheriff’s office issued a statement in which it said, “We take this matter very seriously and are coordinating with our law enforcement partners to respond quickly to any credible threat and to ensure the safety of those individuals who carried out their civic duty.

Trump and 18 other people are accused of allegedly trying to rig Georgia’s 2020 presidential election in a 41-count indictment that was delivered by a Fulton County grand jury on Monday.

The identities of the grand jury members were included in the indictment even though the grand jury processes were kept confidential. This is a common practice in Georgia, in part because it gives accused criminals an opportunity to contest the makeup of the grand jury.

The actual indictment is a matter of public record. The publication of other private information about the grand jurors online, as well as any threats, were denounced by the American Bar Association.

The statement from the group read, “The civic-minded members of the Georgia grand jury performed their duty to support our democracy.” It is outrageous that their lives should be ruined and their safety put in jeopardy just for being good citizens.

The Georgia grand jurors are not the only ones to get threats because of their participation in the four ongoing criminal cases against Trump, which coincides with an increase in violent rhetoric directed at public officials. A Texas lady has been accused of threatening to kill Americans in a phone call on August 5. District Judge Tanya Chutkan is in charge of the federal case in Washington against Trump.

And on August 9, FBI agents shot and killed an armed Utah man who was wanted for making violent threats against President Joe Biden and law enforcement officers working on the Trump case.


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