Trump May Have A Big Jack Smith Problem In Georgia
The expected indictment of Trump and his associates on violations of Georgia election law could be compounded Jack Smith.
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Jack Smith Requested Surveillance Footage In Georgia
Here is a different wrinkle on Trump’s legal problems. Federal prosecutors requested the surveillance footage from the State Farm Arena where ballots were sent to be counted in Georgia after the 2020 election.
Federal prosecutors examining former President Donald Trump’s attempt to hold onto power following the 2020 election requested surveillance and other security footage recorded at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena, according to a subpoena obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
In a grand jury subpoena dated May 31, the Georgia Secretary of State’s office was directed to hand over “any and all security video or security footage, or any other video of any kind, depicting or taken at or near” State Farm and “any associated data.”
The subpoena, which was obtained by The AJC through an open records request and had not been previously reported, shows the widening interest in Georgia from Justice Department special counsel Jack Smith, who sent a so-called “target” letter to Trump on Sunday.
Why is Jack Smith so interested in Georgia? There are many possible answers, but we will explore a few below.
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