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Sidney Powell Issues Statement in Georgia Election Case


Sidney Powell Offers Apology in Georgia Election Case

Sidney Powell and Kenneth Chesebro, two lawyers formerly in the employ of then-President Donald Trump who have pleaded guilty in the 2020 Georgia election case, have issued apologies for their actions

“I apologize for my actions in connection with the events in Coffee County,” Powell stated in her letter.

Kenneth Chesebro, another lawyer involved in the case, also offered an apology. He expressed remorse for his actions, saying, “I apologize to the citizens of the State of Georgia and of Fulton County for my involvement in Count 15 of the indictment.”

These apologies come as part of a series of letters written last October. These letters were published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which obtained them through a public records request.

Scott Hall, a bail bondsman who pleaded guilty in the case, wrote a third apology letter.

Although I certainly did not mean to violate any laws, I now realize that I did and have accepted responsibility for my actions,” Hall wrote in his letter.

The case centers around allegations of illegal activities during former President Donald Trump’s challenge to the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia. Prosecutors have accused 19 individuals, including former President Trump, of violating laws, such as Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.

Fani Willis, the Democratic district attorney of Fulton County, emphasized the importance of genuine remorse in the apology letters. She stated that the letters should convey “real contrition,” although they did not need to be lengthy.

Jenna Ellis, another lawyer, also submitted an apology letter. However, she read hers aloud in court while pleading guilty. Ellis acknowledged her belief in the righteousness of challenging the election on behalf of President Trump. She admitted to failing in her due diligence, saying, “What I did not do but should have done, Your Honor, was to make sure that the facts the other lawyers alleged to be true were, in fact, true.”

The guilty pleas in this case have been a subject of controversy. Steve Sadow, representing President Trump, attributed the pleas to pressure from Willis and the threat of prison time. He noted that most counts, including the racketeering charge, were dismissed for the four individuals who have entered guilty pleas.

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