Ken Chesebro “needs” to meet with lawyers in other states

Scott McAfee, Kenneth Chesebro

Left: Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee (Erik S. Lesser/Pool Photo via AP). Right: Kenneth Chesebro (Fulton County (Ga.) Sheriff’s Office)

A pro-Trump lawyer who has already pleaded guilty to conspiring to file false documents, a felony, in the ongoing election crime case in Georgia has asked the judge to change the conditions of his probation to allow him to travel to three other jurisdictions. Why? Because there are active fake election investigations in these jurisdictions and Ken Chesebro “needs to meet with legal counsel,” his motion states.

Olly Dawes

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