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Fulton County DA doesn't know anything about what goes on in her office. 'Can't tell you anything'

During a late night, made for TV press conference, Fulton County DA Fani Willis responded to inquiries regarding the untimely release of a draft indictment on the county's website before the grand jury commenced voting on charges against former President Donald Trump and 18 others.

While refraining from discussing the specific incident, Willis emphasized the presence of a grand jury in Fulton County, outlining their extensive deliberation until nearly 8 o'clock. Subsequently, at 3 o'clock, an indictment was sealed and returned. Although not an expert on administrative tasks, Willis refrained from speculation on the matter.

The charges leveled against Trump and the other defendants pertain to their alleged involvement in a broad conspiracy aimed at challenging the 2020 election results.

Following the dissemination of a fraudulent document online and its subsequent reporting by various media outlets, the Office of the Fulton County Clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts emphasized that the circulated document lacked official legitimacy due to the absence of an official case number, filing date, and the Clerk of Courts' name. It explicitly stated that such documents should not be regarded as official filings.

Attorneys representing Trump, including Drew Findling and Jennifer Little, accused the district attorney's office of undermining the integrity of the grand jury process, categorizing the leak as more than a mere administrative error. Despite the lengthier rendition, the revised text retains a clear and informative structure while addressing the required instructions.

In other words, the fix was in from the jump.

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