(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – Fani Willis, the Fulton County District Attorney who brought forward the indictment against Trump and 18 other defendants, has clearly stated in emails that she was planning on putting Trump behind bars.
Willis, in her racketeering case, has alleged that the 19 defendants were involved in a scheme seeking to overturn the presidential election results in 2020.
On November 29, she sent an email to defense lawyers arguing that they had a “long road ahead,” but so long as they managed to put those people in jail, they would “still be practicing law.”
In a different email responding to Trump Attorney Steve Sadow, Willis pointed out that she had not been referred to by her official title as District Attorney. She also pointed out that the exchange had begun after Trump’s attorney complained that one of the transcripts relating to former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who was also charged as part of this case, was incomplete.
Willis, in her response, pointed out that she had earned her title and had not been placed in her position by anyone else. She added that the full transcript would be provided to Trump’s legal team in the next round of discovery.
So far, four out of the 18 co-defendants in this case have accepted plea deals in this case. However, it is expected that a plea deal will not be offered to Trump.
Former Trump lawyers Sidney Powell, Kenneth Chesebro, and Jenna Ellis, as well as Scott Hall, a bail bondsman, have all accepted plea deals.
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