The New York Times reports:
The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday that it was investigating online threats against the grand jurors who voted this week to indict former President Donald J. Trump and 18 others, accusing them of conspiring to overturn Georgia’s 2020 election results.
Soon after the indictment was released late Monday, some on social media began scrutinizing the jurors’ identities and revealing their personal details.
On Truth Social, the social media platform founded by Mr. Trump — who has himself lashed out at prosecutors, judges and private citizens who have sued him — many users reposted the names. In one response to a list of several jurors, a user urged others to make them “infamous” and to “make sure they can’t walk down the street.”
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We’ve seen death threats to judges, prosecutors, and now to grand jurors. This is outrageous. Donald Trump is a menace to society. It’s time for the judicial system to hold him accountable and lock him up until he complies with the law.https://t.co/UZGPrVw3Qx
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) August 17, 2023