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EXCLUSIVE: The district attorney investigating whether Trump interfered with Georgia’s 2020 election has hired an outside lawyer who is a national authority on racketeering to “provide help as needed,” a source told @Reuters. https://t.co/X56FDA2Ty1
The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and a newly hired high-profile litigator interviewed Donald Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, on Thursday, as part of a criminal probe of the former president’s business dealings. By @jasonszep @byPeterEisler https://t.co/lgJlEcVdBm
Exclusive: The lone Democrat on Georgia’s state election board plans to introduce a motion next month urging @Georgia_AG to open a criminal investigation into Trump’s efforts to overturn the state’s 2020 election results https://t.co/btwxAY6j5L via @LindaSoReports
“The more I read it, the more disturbing I found it.” David Worley, the lone Democrat on Georgia’s state election board, told @Reuters he was shocked by the transcript of Trump’s call to the state’s top election official. https://t.co/TLBYeC8ej1
Monday’s hearing was called following a Reuters series, Dying Inside, that cited several Georgia case studies and documented 272 inmate deaths among the state’s 13 largest jails from 2008 to 2019. Suicides and medical conditions caused most of the deaths. https://t.co/F2XQzBzOXV
In response to a @Reuters report, Georgia legislators are pushing for the state to investigate every jail death. Their goal, said one lawmaker, is 'making sure that nobody goes to jail, not convicted of a crime, and just sits there and dies' https://t.co/W7q0qMtxSP
@wordsmith1313 @LindaSoReports @Reuters Claims that Reuters did not speak with Charles Sicknick, father of Officer Brian Sicknick, are inaccurate. Mr. Sicknick spoke with Reuters voluntarily, and the accuracy of the information he provided has not been challenged. We stand by our story.
“If any good comes out of my son’s death, I just hope that it stops all the lunacy that’s been going on in this country.” The father of U.S. Capitol police officer Brian Sicknick told @Reuters he will never get over his son's death. https://t.co/RuMtTS1abL
A day after the historic security breach of the Capitol, lawmakers narrate harrowing tales of their escape from a deadly mob assault. Many told @Reuters that the police downplayed threat of violence before Capitol siege https://t.co/k0KuOFptLZ