Rudy Giuliani along with the other suspects in the case against former President Trump brought by DA Fani Willis have had their mugshots made public by the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department.
As the suspects surrendered this week, Fulton County made the booking photographs public. Bail bondsman Scott Hall became the first of 19 people to turn themselves in this week. He did so this week, and then Trump lawyer John Eastman did the same.
The Fulton County Sheriff's office has released four booking photos of those Georgia election interference defendants that have surrendered today (but not most recent ones like Rudy Giuliani).
Kenneth Chesebro, Ray Smith, David Shafer and Cathy Latham pic.twitter.com/qLh46DIaFb
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The Sheriff’s office is said to have said that the arrest pictures would be made public every day at 4 p.m. local time. The suspects had until this week to comply with turning themselves in to the police.
The sheriff’s office showed pictures of Giuliani, Jenna Ellis, and Sidney Powell when they were being booked.
The mugshots of Kenneth Chesebro, Ray Smith, David Shafer, and Cathy Latham were also made public.
Forbes said that most suspects have worked out bond deals with attorneys that range from $10,000 to $200,000.
A Fulton County, Georgia, grand jury issued a 98-page, 41-count charge against Trump along with 18 other people this past week. Mark Meadows, the former chief of staff of the White House, and David Shafer, the former head of the Georgia Republican Party, are two of Trump’s co-defendants.
Breitbart News reported:
“The indictment isn’t really about what happened in Georgia. Instead, it’s about what the Trump campaign said and did in a number of other states to try to throw doubt regarding the questionable 2020 presidential election.”
“The accusation says that several suspects are guilty of crimes just because they said that the election for 2020 was stolen. It says that things like having public meetings in Pennsylvania were part of a plot that was against the law.”
“Other ‘acts’ that are cited as advancing the conspiracy revolve around tweets from then-President Trump urging individuals to watch public hearings where Trump’s attorneys and witnesses were alleging vote anomalies.”
Trump said on Truth Social that he was going to turn himself in this week. He wrote, “Can you guys believe it? I’m going to have to get arrested in Atlanta, Georgia this week.”
This week, the judge in the Fulton County case decided that Trump’s bond would be $200,000.
Fulton County Sheriff Pat Labat said that Trump would get a snapshot. This is the first photo from Trump’s four criminal cases that are still going on.
Labat said, “Unless someone tells me otherwise, we’re doing things the way we always have, so no matter what your status is, we’ll have a mugshot waiting for you.”