Georgia court clerk admits ‘mishap’ behind ‘fictitious’ Trump indictment: ‘I am human’

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The Fulton County (Georgia) Clerk of Courts Office is now admitting it messed up when it posted an indictment against former President Donald Trump on Monday before a grand jury voted to hand up one with official charges against him and 18 others.

Speaking with local outlet WSB-TV on Wednesday, Fulton County Clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts Ché Alexander said she made the mistake while under pressure to ensure the process surrounding the indictments went smoothly.

On Monday afternoon, the Fulton County Court’s website posted a document that listed the same charges included in the indictment released late Monday night, which included charges of violating the Georgia RICO Act (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act), solicitation of violation of oath by a public officer, conspiracy to commit filing false documents and more.

Reuters first reported on the document before the Fulton County Court removed it from the website and released a statement, blasting the document as “fictitious” and warning the media “that documents that do not bear an official case number, filing date, and the name of The Clerk of Courts, in concert, are not considered official filings and should not be treated as such.”

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