A Georgia court briefly published a document on Monday that showed what appear to be charges filed against former President Donald Trump.
The court website in Fulton County, Georgia, where Trump has been investigated since 2021 for alleged crimes related to challenging the state’s 2020 election results, did not explain the document or its deletion.
The document was dated Aug. 14 and listed Fulton County Judge Rachelle Carnesale and had a status of “open.”
Georgia court website briefly published, then removed a document about potential Trump charges.
Here is the document. pic.twitter.com/s3SMTaS0AA
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) August 14, 2023
Reuters reached out to the court for comment and was told Trump has not been charged.
In the one-page document, a defendant named Donald John Trump is charged with numerous alleged felony crimes and one “serious felony.”
Charges on the document include one for “Violation Of The Georgia RICO (Racketeer Influenced And Corrupt Organizations) Act,” as well as “Solicitation of Violation of Oath by Public Officer.”
Charges of conspiracy listed in the document include conspiracy to commit “impersonating a public officer,” as well as “forgery,” making “false statements” and “filing false documents.”
The dates of the alleged offenses laid out in the deleted document range from November 2020 to September 2021.
It is widely believed Trump will be indicted by District Attorney Fani Willis, who has been investigating him for two years.
Her investigation stems from Trump’s challenging of the 2020 election results in which he alleged widespread voting irregularities cost him a victory in Georgia.
Willis ordered judges in the county to clear their calendars for the middle of August, and Sheriff Patrick Labat has closed off streets around the courthouse.
Labat previously stated he had sent deputies to arraignments in other Trump indictments this year in the case of an indictment by Willis.
Labat also said if Trump was indicted he would be fingerprinted and photographed.
Trump has been indicted three times this year.
He faces dozens of charges across two federal indictments and a New York City indictment.
This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
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