“They sit here and say, your honor, that they are open and they are going to turn stuff over. I have been as clear as day about specifically what I’m entitled to under the Constitution, due process, Brady v. Maryland,” he said. “That is exculpatory information that establishes that Ms. Powell should not be in this case. They have it, your honor. I have a reason to believe they have it, and they don’t even respond.” Following the hearing, ABC News editorial producer John Santucci contended that it was not a good day for the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office. “Fani Willis wasn’t there, but you got to imagine … she’s throwing things against the wall based on this hearing,” Santucci said. “A great win for Donald Trump and others that did not want to be part of this speedy trial case,” he said.
Fulton County Prosecutors Accused of Hiding Key Documents in Trump RICO Case“I heard squat from the state.” “They have it, your Honor. I have a reason to believe they have it and they don’t even respond. I have a motion. I’m going to file it. I’m going to ask for this relief,… pic.twitter.com/qiPcp1GXfZ — Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) September 14, 2023
Willis had sought an October trial date for all 19 defendants, which McAfee denied. Santucci explained that Fulton County prosecutors will have a trial this fall for Powell and Chesebro and then have to do a repeat performance in the spring, which will allow Trump and the other defendants to be better prepared.
“This is not a good day for the Fulton County DA.”“Fani Willis wasn’t there, but you got to imagine… she’s throwing things against the wall based on this hearing.” “A great win for Donald Trump and others that did not want to be part of this speedy trial case.” “I can tell… pic.twitter.com/cfhiw7DpFS — Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) September 14, 2023
The first two defendants’ trial is set to begin Oct. 23, The Associated Press reported. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Judge Scott McAfee rules that severing the remaining 17 Fulton defendants from Ken Chesebro and Sidney Powell, who demanded speedy trials and are going to court on Oct. 23, is “simply a procedural and logistical inevitability” pic.twitter.com/hXFd26QjuP— Tamar Hallerman (@TamarHallerman) September 14, 2023