The Guardian reports:
The Fulton county district attorney investigating Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia has evidence to charge multiple allies of the former president involved in breaching voting machines in the state, according to two people briefed on the matter.
The potential charges at issue are computer trespass felonies, the people said, though the final list of defendants and whether they will be brought as part of a racketeering case when prosecutors are expected to present evidence to the grand jury next week remain unclear.
In a series of particularly notable incidents, forensics experts hired by Trump allies copied data from virtually every part of the voting system, which is used statewide in Georgia, before uploading them to a password-protected website that could be accessed by 2020 election deniers.
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NEW: Fulton County DA Fani Willis has evidence to charge multiple Trump allies involved in the breach of voting machines in Coffee County with computer trespass felonies, per ppl familiar. @guardian exclusive + explainer https://t.co/APPck5113z
— Hugo Lowell (@hugolowell) August 11, 2023