TheVoiceOfJoyce Trump faces Racketeering Charges in Georgia. Indictment scheduled for end of July beginning of August. Trump asked Georgia Secretary of State to find 11,780 votes. It is unlawful to change the People’s vote. Next, Trump attorney, Sidney Powell, working on his behalf, accessed Dominion Voting Systems and made their data available to a citizen group working for the Trump campaign. This indictment was delayed because many Republicans involved, sought immunity and provided evidence of Trumps crimes.

The specific evidence was not clear, though the charge regarding influencing witnesses could include Trump’s conversations with Georgia’s secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, in which he asked Raffensperger to “find” 11,780 votes, the people said – and thereby implicate Trump.

For the computer trespass charge, where prosecutors would have to show that defendants used a computer or network without authority to interfere with a program or data, that would include the breach of voting machines in Coffee county, the two people said.

The breach of voting machines involved a group of Trump operatives – paid by the then Trump lawyer Sidney Powell – accessing the voting machines at the county’s election office and copying sensitive voting system data.

The copied data from the Dominion Voting Systems machines, which are used statewide in Georgia, was then uploaded to a password-protected site from where election deniers could download the materials as part of a misguided effort to prove the 2020 election had been rigged.

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