The Fulton County Clerk of Courts Office has offered a new explanation for the supposed “”fictitious”” indictment posted on the Georgia court’s website before a grand jury voted to indict former President Trump and 18 others. This startling revelation has raised questions and concerns among Trump’s attorneys and allies.
On Monday afternoon, the Fulton County Court’s website posted a document that listed the same charges included in the indictment released late Monday night. These charges included violations of the Georgia RICO Act, solicitation of violation of oath by a public officer, conspiracy to commit filing false documents, and more.
The document was quickly removed from the website, and the Fulton County Court released a statement, blasting the document as “”fictitious.”” The indictment was handed up and unsealed Monday night, bearing the same charges as listed on the alleged fictitious document.
The court’s explanation for this mishap came in a lengthy statement. It revealed that the Clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts, Ché Alexander, used charges that pre-exist in Odyssey to test the system and conduct a trial run. Unfortunately, this led to the docketing of what appeared to be an indictment but was only a fictitious docket sheet.
The court emphasized its commitment to operating with efficiency, accuracy, and transparency. However, it remains unclear why the “”sample working document”” and the “”fictitious docket sheet”” matched the exact charges brought against the former president and 18 others.
This incident has sparked a debate and raised questions about the integrity of the legal process. The Trump legal team and supporters are closely watching the developments, and the situation continues to unfold.
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