Shocking Twist in Trump’s Racketeering Case! Top Trump Advisor Boris Epshteyn to Testify!

In a stunning development, Georgia prosecutors have revealed their intention to call on Boris Epshteyn, a prominent lawyer and advisor to former President Donald Trump, as a key witness in the upcoming trial of Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell. These two individuals are among the 19 co-defendants facing charges in a sprawling racketeering case linked to Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

Epshteyn is just one of six witnesses residing outside of Georgia that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is seeking to summon for the trial set for October 23rd. However, this move is not without its challenges, especially given Epshteyn’s attorney-client relationship with Trump.

But that’s not all! Other witnesses include three Republican activists who played a role in the Trump campaign’s attempts to send false elector slates to Washington. Their testimonies could shed light on the legality of Chesebro’s proposals to submit “contingent” slates and sign documents claiming to be legitimate electors, despite Joe Biden’s victory in their respective states.

Willis’ request offers a glimpse into her trial strategy, revealing that Epshteyn may testify about his interactions with Powell regarding a November 2020 press conference where Powell alleged that Dominion Voting Systems’ algorithms could flip votes from Trump to Biden. Additionally, Epshteyn had connections with key lawyers involved in Trump’s final attempts to retain power.

But the plot thickens! Willis also aims to secure testimony from Lin Wood, an attorney aligned with Powell’s efforts to claim Dominion machines were manipulated to favor Biden. It was at Wood’s South Carolina estate where Powell drafted a plan to seize Dominion voting machines. Aaron Vick, another witness linked to this meeting, is also on Willis’ list.

Notably, Powell faces charges related to an alleged attempt to illegally access voting equipment in Coffee County, Georgia, as part of the larger plan. However, Powell argues that she had no role in orchestrating the effort.

Chesebro and Powell opted for speedy trials, requiring them to face a jury by early November under Georgia law. Prosecutors intend to present their full arsenal of evidence against all 19 defendants, including Trump, which could extend the trial for months.

To bring out-of-state witnesses to the trial, Willis must secure court orders from their home districts, a process similar to her previous efforts during the investigation. While some witnesses resisted her authority to compel testimony, courts at various levels, including the U.S. Supreme Court, have largely supported her efforts.

This trial promises to be a riveting showdown, with the potential to uncover explosive revelations about the events surrounding the 2020 election and Trump’s role in them. Stay tuned for the latest updates on this high-stakes legal battle!

Also read: Supreme Court Upholds Findings Linking John Eastman to Trump’s Election Challenge Efforts

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