Trump Indicted over ‘Criminal Enterprise’ to Overturn Election in Georgia 

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By Steve Neavling

For the fourth time in five months, President Trump has been indicted on felony charges, this time by a grand jury in Georgia. 

Trump and 18 others, including his person attorney Rudy Giuliani, former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark and former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, were indicted on state charges related to their efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election, The New York Times reports

The two-and-a-half year investigation in Georgia yielded a 41-count indictment that was unsealed Monday night. Trump faces 13 of those charges. 

Trump has also been charged in the hush money case involving Stormy Daniels and the special counsel’s Jan. 6 investigation and classified documents probe. 

The latest indictment centers on racketeering charges under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) Act. According to the indictment, 161 acts were committed to overturn the election results, including press conferences and social media posts. The acts amounted to a “criminal enterprise,” prosecutors said.

In addition to Giuliani, Meadows and Clark, the others charged include attorneys Kenneth Chesebro, John Eastman, Jenna Ellis and Sidney Powell and Georgia Republicans David Schafer, Shawn Still and Cathy Latham. 

Read the indictment

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