Georgia this week is set to release portions of a special grand jury’s final report on its investigation into possible criminal interference in the state’s 2020 general election, including by former President Donald Trump and his allies.
Three sections of the report — the introduction and conclusion, as well as a section discussing concerns about whether any witnesses lied under oath — “are ripe for publication,” Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney ruled Monday morning.
Those portions will be made public Thursday, giving the parties involved in the matter time to discuss possible redactions, McBurney wrote in his order.
Disclosure of the rest of the report “at this time is not proper,” McBurney wrote, citing due process concerns.
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