Atlanta prosecutors have reportedly reached out to firms that consulted with the Trump campaign as part of their ongoing investigation. The New York Times reports that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has sent letters to several consultants asking them to preserve documents related to their work for the campaign.
The investigation into former President Donald Trump and his associates has been ongoing for months and is said to be looking into several possible charges, including racketeering. MSNBC notes that a RICO case, which involves the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, can be difficult to prove but would be a serious blow to anyone convicted.
The investigation has also reportedly broadened beyond Georgia, with The Washington Post noting that investigators are looking into activities in other states as well. According to The Daily Beast, Willis is eyeing a multi-state RICO case against Trump.
Signs are pointing to racketeering charges in the Georgia Trump probe, according to Rolling Stone. While Trump and his associates have denied any wrongdoing, the ongoing investigation could have serious implications for the former president and anyone connected to him.
Full coverage of the investigation can be found on USNN.