Foreperson: Grand Jury Recommends Indictments in Trump Probe

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    The Facts

    • Emily Kohrs, the foreperson of the Georgia special grand jury investigating allegations that former Pres. Donald Trump attempted to reverse the results of his 2020 election defeat in the state, said in several media interviews this week that the panel recommends multiple indictments.

    • Kohrs, however, declined to discuss details related to the 26-member jury’s deliberations or unpublished portions of its final report that was partially released last Thursday, as ordered by a judge.

    The Spin

    Democratic narrative

    These cases are delicate and involve many powerful potential indictees, so it’s important that Willis was able to take the cases on a test run — by way of the special grand jury — where she controlled the flow of information before moving on to real trials. Meanwhile, Khors’ media appearances provide valuable observations about which witnesses sound most credible and might best complement physical evidence.

    Pro-Trump narrative

    Kohrs came across as an unserious grifter in her appearances, making this whole process – which is nothing more than Democrats weaponizing the legal system to attack Trump – look like a farce. In addition to her making the grand jury sound partisan, her revelations didn't reveal any new information.

    Nerd narrative

    There’s a 53% chance that Trump will be indicted on criminal charges in 2023, according to the Metaculus prediction community.

    Political split



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