A co-defendant of former President Donald Trump could head to jail Tuesday if a judge decides to revoke his bond over social media posts.
District Attorney Fani Willis, a Democrat, is urging Judge Scott McAfee to revoke Mr. Floyd’s bond over posts on the X platform and comments in interviews. One post refers to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and top aide Gabe Sterling as “pieces of [poop emoji].”
Both state officials are potential witnesses in the case, so Ms. Willis believes Mr. Floyd’s actions violate the terms of his bond.
“The defendant has engaged in a pattern of intimidation toward known codefendants and witnesses, direct and indirect communication about the facts of this case to know codefendants and witnesses, and obstruction of the administration of justice in direct violation of this judge’s order,” Ms. Willis wrote in her formal request last week.
Mr. Floyd is scheduled to appear in Judge McAfee’s courtroom in Atlanta in the early afternoon.
Prosecutors allege Mr. Floyd told Ms. Freeman she “needed protection” and urged her to say false things about election fraud.
Mr. Floyd’s attorney says the move to revoke his client’s bond is nonsense and that Ms. Willis is “not going to get it granted,” according to wire reports.
Mr. Trump says the Georgia case against him and his allies is part of a broad attempt to thwart his 2024 presidential campaign.
Four co-defendants, including key lawyers involved in efforts to overturn the 2020 results, have pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors.
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