New Delhi: Former US President Donald Trump on Thursday was arrested on Thursday in a Georgia case in which he was indicted of fraud and conspiracy. However, the former US President was released on bail on a bond of $200,000.
Trump was placed under arrest at the Fulton County Jail in connection with an indictment accusing him of trying to overturn and manipulation of the results of Georgia election 2020.
On social media, Trump said, “This is yet another sad day in America.”
Under the terms of Trump’s bail agreement, he agreed to refrain from any form of ‘express or implied threats’ against any accomplices, witnesses or non-indicted individuals who may be involved to the conspiracy.
The ban extends to updating or sharing on social media. In addition, he has committed to communicating only with potential witnesses involved in the case through legal representation.
Out Of Jail Within 20 Minutes
Within 20 minutes, he completed the procedure, following the usual practice of providing officials with his physical characteristics: 6ft 3 inches tall, weighs 215 pounds and has athletic strawberry blonde hair. Trump has been identified as inmate No. 1. P01135809, according to Fulton County Jail records.
This is the fourth time the former US president has presented himself to the government. But his visit to Atlanta was markedly different from the previous three surrenders. And unlike other cities that do not require him to take an ID photo, a preset photo of him was taken.
“What’s happening here is a travesty of justice,” he told reporters. “I did nothing wrong and everyone knows that.”
The arrest marks Trump’s fourth criminal indictment since April, setting the stage for an extraordinary year of legal proceedings as he faces multiple courts along with another potential campaign. at the White House.
The US President was officially arrested on 13 counts in the southern state of Georgia. These charges relate to his accusations of manipulating the outcome of the 2020 election, an election he failed to win, ultimately yielding to Democrat Joe Biden.