JUST IN: Fulton County Publishes Trump Indictment, Then DELETES It From Website

(trendingpoliticsnews) – State prosecutors in Georgia seem to have brought charges against Donald Trump, including an alleged conspiracy to forge documents, but quickly took the document down shortly after posting it, Reuters reports.

A document detailing these charges was briefly available on the Fulton County court’s website before being removed. The list of charges also mentioned a breach of the state’s RICO Act and another charge for allegedly urging a public official to break their oath.

John Kruzel tweeted, “GEORGIA CHARGES TRUMP WITH VIOLATION OF STATE RICO ACT- FILING.” Only to be followed up with, “Out of an abundance of caution, I’ve deleted a tweet about a possible Trump indictment that was based on a colleague’s reporting as we await further information.”

The 2020 Georgia election investigation is a criminal probe into the alleged efforts by former President Donald Trump and his associates to reverse Joe Biden’s win and allocate Georgia’s electoral votes to Trump. Initiated by Fulton County’s district attorney Fani Willis in February 2021, a special grand jury by January 2023 recommended indictments for several individuals, with around twenty being potential charge targets. The district attorney is contemplating state racketeering charges.

Conservative commentator Jack Posobiec had questions after the slip-up by Willis’ office: