May 6, 2024

Filing Against Willis Could Destroy Her Case

There has been a motion filed in the Georgia RICO case brought by Fulton County DA Fani Willis that could be a game changer.

Harrison Floyd, a former staffer on Trump’s 2020 campaign and fellow defendant in the Georgia case, is looking to get this case tossed in grand fashion.

While his motion had not gotten much attention, it could be a game changer for Floyd and the rest of the defendants.

Case Dismissed

Floyd’s indictment is related to interactions he had with Ruby Freeman, an election worker in Georgia.

After reaching out to Freeman, Floyd’s camp learned that Freeman had been accused of introducing illegal ballots into the election, as well as other election fraud acts.

Floyd was unable to meet with Freeman in person, so he asked publicist Trevian Kutti to reach out, but Freeman was scared to meet with strangers after all the allegations that has been levied against her.

The report goes on to say that Freeman called 911 and “asked for the meeting to see what help [Kutti] could provide to her, to clear her name, to report on the coverup by the GA SOS [Georgia Secretary of State] and FBI, and to blow the whistle on improper ballot scanning and improper use of USB Ports by Fulton County election employees that occurred in and after the 2020 elections.”

Floyd eventually talked to Freeman via phone, which is noted in the indictment, calling this “overact in furtherance of the conspiracy.” He was also accused of trying to “influence a witness.”

This has now raised the issue of if the jurisdiction for this case falls to the county or the state election board.

Judge McAfee has ruled on this, finding that the DA’s office had shared jurisdiction, which is now being appealed.

If the appeals court or the Georgia Supreme Court overturn that decision, Willis’ case begins to fall apart.

Why this is not getting more attention in the news considering the possible fallout is a mystery, but we will keep an eye out for a verdict on the appeal.

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