BREAKING: Fulton County Shares, Removes Content Detailing 4th Trump Indictment

Georgia District Attorney's Spokesperson: 'The Reuters Report That Those Charges Were Filed Is Inaccurate’

Fulton County Georgia’s website briefly shared a document detailing 13 charges against former president Donald Trump regarding his contesting of the 2020 Presidential Election.

Among 13 counts, the former president is reportedly charged with allegedly violating the Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), solicitation of violation of Oath by Public Officer, and conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer, according to the now-removed document dated Aug. 14. Trump is also charged with conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree, conspiracy to commit false statements and writings, and filing false documents on several dates between 2020 and 2021.

The Fulton County District Attorney’s office said in a statement that no charges had been filed against Trump, per Reuters.

“The Reuters report that those charges were filed is inaccurate. Beyond that we cannot comment,” a spokesperson for the District Attorney’s office told the outlet.

Trump has been indicted three times this year regarding his alleged involvement in the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, allegedly taking classified documents from the White House, along with an alleged “hush-money” payment to adult actress Stormy Daniels in 2016.

The fourth indictment, according to the now-removed document, appears to regard Trump’s efforts to pressure Georgia governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to overturn election results and use alternative electors following complications in the 2020 presidential election.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is made available.


The former President’s legal team responded to the retracted document released by Reuters Monday afternoon.

“The Fulton County District Attorney’s Office has once again shown that they have no respect for the integrity of the grand jury process,” the statement from attorneys Drew Findling and Jennifer Little reads, suggesting confusion surrounding the document wasn’t a “simple administrative mistake.”

“A proposed indictment should only be in the hands of the District Attorney’s Office, yet it somehow made its way to the clerk’s office and was assigned a case number and a judge before the grand jury even deliberated,” the statement continued. “This is emblematic of the pervasive and glaring constitutional violations which have plagued this case from its very inception.”

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this article did not include a statement from Trump’s legal team. 

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