“Prison Photo” Is Here – Police Photo Public: Trump Presenting Himself To Authorities


It is the fourth indictment against former US President Donald Trump – this time with an explosive detail. On Thursday, he turned himself in to authorities at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, Georgia, where an official police photo of him was taken – it will be used in the event of a manhunt.

Trump made it clear in advance via his social network Truth Social that he would be “proudly” arrested as part of the indictment. He and the other co-defendants had until Friday afternoon (local time) to appear in jail in Georgia.

As the “Guardian” reports, Trump’s choice of time has to be calculated — he appeared on the spot on prime TV time.

Trump is changing lawyers
Trump also switched from his previous lawyer just before the nomination. Attorney Steve Sadow will replace Drew Findling, the broadcaster “CNN” and the newspaper “The Atlanta Journal-Constitution” reported Thursday. “I have been appointed to represent President Trump in the Fulton County, Georgia case,” Sadow said in a statement.

CNN, citing unnamed sources, wrote that this had nothing to do with Findling’s past performance. Sadow is the best defender in Georgia. Trump has already exchanged lawyers in the short term in connection with charges against him in the past.

Trump will not be spared from proceedings
In any case, the Republican presidential candidate in Atlanta must undergo the formal process following an indictment. Typically, suspects in the state are searched, undergo a medical checkup, give their fingerprints and have a mugshot taken. Trump can then leave town again. The fact that – unlike previous charges – he does not have to appear in court, but in prison, has a new quality, at least visually.

The process is intended to clarify the possible influence on the election
Trump has been charged with 18 other defendants over his efforts to influence the outcome of Georgia’s 2020 presidential election. Prosecutors had given the Republican and the other defendants until Friday to voluntarily appear before authorities in Atlanta.

The first suspects showed up at the Atlanta County Jail on Tuesday and left after being registered. Other defendants there reported to authorities on Wednesday, including Trump’s former attorney Rudy Giuliani.

Source: Krone


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