The grand jury indictment announced by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis on Tuesday referenced 30 unindicted conspirators who took part in numerous alleged events but managed to avoid charges.
The defendants, including former President Donald Trump and 18 others – along with ‘unindicted co-conspirators Individual l to Individual 30’ – ‘constituted a criminal organization’, according to the indictment, which charges the 19 of conspiring to nullify Georgia’s election results.
Among them are people in Trump’s orbit who were advising him on election night 2020, when he said “frankly, we won this election.”
Epshteyn, a lawyer who continues to advise Trump, has been identified as Individual 3, CNN reported.
He appears in the indictment as the recipient of an email from Trump’s indicted attorney John Eastman, who is accused of joining Trump on a call pushing Vice President Mike Pence. to refuse to accept state-certified electoral votes.
“Better to act boldly and simply be challenged,” Eastman wrote to him, in an email discovered by the House committee on Jan. 6 that appears to identify him as the unindicted co-conspirator.
The longtime Trump aide was reportedly questioned by investigators for Special Counsel Jack Smith. He was arrested in 2021 for groping two women at an Arizona nightclub.
Longtime Trump adviser Bori Epshteyn was present at the Nov. 19 press conference at the Republican National Committee cited in the indictment. He has been identified as uncharged ‘Individual 3’
He was arrested in 2021 for groping two women at an Arizona nightclub, we recently learned
Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik has been identified as the unindicted co-conspirator 5.
His lawyer, Tim Parlatore, who previously represented Trump, confirmed that Kerik appears to be the person mentioned – but criticized the prosecutor for including him in a conspiracy.
“What they allege is that he watched a legislative hearing. There was a meeting he was at. There is an e-mail on which it was copied. That’s it. He’s not an accomplice,’ he told DailyMail.com.
Kerik is a longtime associate of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who was the second person named in the indictment. He was once a senior official at Giuliani Partners.
He spoke to investigators about special counsel Jack Smith, Parlatore said. But he never testified in Fulton County because Willis “never asked.”
The indictment refers to the official attending meetings with state lawmakers where Trump and his allies were pushing audits and seeking to overturn the results.
Trump pardoned Kerik in 2020. A decade earlier, Kerik had been sentenced to four years in prison for nonpayment of taxes and lying to government officials during a political nomination audit.
Kerik reportedly met with Jack Smith’s prosecutors. He was a former partner of Giuliani
Former President Donald Trump denounced the indictment as a witch hunt, but canceled a press conference scheduled for Monday to refute it
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis announced the indictment of Trump and 18 others this week. It lists 30 alleged conspirators who have not been charged
Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, has been identified as unindicted co-conspirator 1. He wrote an October 31, 2020 memo with draft language for Trump to declare victory before Election Day, and calling him of “without law” to count the votes that arrive after polling day. “Voters have spoken,” he urged Trump to say.
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, offered a draft text to a Trump aide on the declaration of victory before all votes were counted
A January 6 House committee report describes a November 25, 2020 meeting at the White House that appears to reveal Waldron’s identity as an unindicted co-conspirator 6.
The retired army colonel and bar owner was subpoenaed by the committee.
In the days following the election, he promoted various vote count conspiracies, working with Giuliani and others.
Individual 6 is identified as attending a meeting with Arizona lawmakers in Phoenix with Giuliani and Trump’s attorney Jenna Ellis.
Georgia Lieutenant Governor Burt Jones
The indictment also appears to reference a tweet from Georgia’s sitting Lt. Governor Burt Jones.
A Georgia state agency said a special prosecutor would be appointed to investigate Jones, after a judge called Willis for questioning him for donating to his Democratic opponent.
Jones was one of 16 Republican voters who served as “fake” voters, in a central part of the prosecution’s case. The former state senator also pushed a special session that could have helped undo Joe Biden’s victory in Georgia.
CNN has identified Georgia state party official Vikki Consiglio among the unindicted co-conspirators.
The Post identified former surfer Conan Hayes (l) received an email from the chief operating officer of data analytics firm SullivanStrickler,
Blue Crush: Conan Hayes is seen at the Billabong Pro on May 14, 2003 in Teahupoo, Tahiti. He allegedly received an email regarding Coffee County voting data
Coffee County Voting Machine Program and Georgia Party Officials
During this time, the Washington Post identified several people who appear to be involved in efforts to extract voting information from voting machines in Coffee County, Georgia, a key episode described in the indictment.
He cites a lawsuit in Georgia to determine that Alex Cruce was ‘individual 24’ who flew from outside Atlanta to an airport there ‘for the purpose of assisting in the unlawful tampering with election materials’ , according to the indictment.
The Post identified former professional surfer Conan Hayes, 48, as having received an email from the chief operating officer of data forensics firm Sullivan Strickler saying he would obtain data from voting machines .
Information from an email attorney Ken Chesebro sent to Georgia officials, combined with evidence from Jan. 6, appears to point to state party officials, including former first vice president Carolyn Fisher, treasurer of the party, Vikki Consiglio.