Florida Republican Taken Into Custody on Felony Election Fraud Expenses: Report

Criminal inducement to commit election fraud?

The Georgia Attorney’s Office opens a criminal investigation into Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, called upon by Secretary of State Brad Trump.

On Wednesday, Fani Willis, the recently elected Democratic attorney in Fulton County, sent a letter to numerous state government officials, including Mr. Raffensperger, asking them to keep documents related to Mr. Trump’s phone call, a state official knowing the letter said the New York Times.

“The letter specifically stated that the request was part of a criminal investigation, said the official, who insisted on anonymity to discuss internal matters.”

It has been widely reported that Trump’s appeal, the audio of which was publicly released (see below), and his other actions in the state may have violated Georgia law.

“Former prosecutors have said Mr. Trump’s claims may violate at least three state laws,” the Times added. “One of them is the criminal inducement to commit electoral fraud, which can be either a crime or an offense. As a criminal offense, it is punished with at least one year in prison. There is also an associated conspiracy charge that can be prosecuted as either a misdemeanor or a criminal offense. A third law, an offense, forbids “deliberate interference” with another person’s “performance of elective duties”. “

Trump said to Raffensperger: “So look. I just wanna do that. I just want to find 11,780 votes, one more than us. Because we won the state, ”he lied.

“There was no way I lost Georgia,” he added falsely. “There is no way. We won by hundreds of thousands of votes.”


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