The Guardian reports:
At 8:58pm, a rep from Fulton County Superior Court Clerk’s office, a representative from the Fulton County District Attorney’s office and several representatives from the Fulton County Sheriff’s office walked into courtroom 8D – Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney’s courtroom.
The District Attorney’s office representative was holding a stack of papers. They were greeted by the Judge, who said ‘is it evening or night?’ when the representative from the DA’s office said ‘Good evening.’
McBurney went through every indictment – it appeared there were multiple – making sure they were all signed and the various forms were properly filled out. He asked the DA’s rep ‘Everything went as it should have in front of the grand jury?’ The DA’s rep said, “Yes your honor.”
The Judge did not read anything aloud from the indictment. McBurney then handed the indictments to the Clerk’s office representative, as he instructed her to maintain custody of the indictments. She departed the courtroom, en route to the Clerk’s office to file the indictment
Updates to follow.
— Joe Henke (@JoeHenke) August 15, 2023
CHARGED IN THE INDICTMENT:
— Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) August 15, 2023
Georgia indictments released — 41 counts.
Against #Trump and 18 other individuals. Several are conspiracy charges.
LIVE NOW on multiple news shows — 90 pages.
— Laurie Garrett (@Laurie_Garrett) August 15, 2023
Atlanta grand Jury has indicted Donald Trump with 13 (!!!) felonies, including RICO.
RICO conviction carries a mandatory minimum of 5 years in prison.
LAW AND ORDER! pic.twitter.com/eImeHgQWIx
— Republicans against Trump (@RpsAgainstTrump) August 15, 2023