- May 24, 2012
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I don't see why the jurors names should ever be made public.
My guess is because we have open courts and proceedings are not done in secret. It does seem uncomfortable for names to be public, but secrecy could lead to potential problems too.I don't see why the jurors names should ever be made public.
Nevermind. Rudy still has lawyers for the GA case:I'm not surprised either but gotta admit, I wonder if it's a stall tactic?? Will Rudy claim the case can't go forward because he doesn't have a lawyer at the moment? idk
WTG to GOP members standing up against their own who perpetuate lies, hostility, and putting people at risk. This is the way to take your party back from maga takeover.The caucus announced Thursday that it was indefinitely suspending state Sen. Colton Moore of Trenton, who represents a district in Georgia’s northwest corner.
“Sen. Moore has a right to his opinion,” the caucus said in a statement. “However, during his advocacy for his ill-conceived proposal, Sen. Moore has knowingly misled people across Georgia and our nation, causing unnecessary tension and hostility, while putting his caucus colleagues and their families at risk of personal harm,” said the group, which has 32 of the Georgia Senate’s 56 members.
Georgia’s Republican Senate Caucus is suspending a GOP state senator after an uproar over his plan to impeach Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis for indicting former President Donald Trump.apnews.com
Fool. He knows he has no jurisdiction whatsoever in Georgia state proceedings. He's playing a game for the maga base, imo.
BREAKING: Fulton County 2020 election interference RICO defendant Scott Hall is in court right now taking a plea deal. #gapol Hall is implicated in the scheme to illegally copy election data from rural Coffee County.
Scott is pleading guilty to five counts of conspiracy to commit intentional interference with the performance of election duties.
Scott was indicted on racketeering and six counts of conspiracy. He was seen on security footage at the Coffee County Board of Elections on Jan 7, 2021, when a team of pro-Trump operatives and a forensic data team copied sensitive elections info.