State Investigators Intensify Pressure on Trump Attorney Kenneth Chesebro Following Guilty Plea in Georgia RICO Case

Indicted Trump lawyer Kenneth Chesebro is currently in discussions with investigators in Wisconsin and Michigan in an effort to prevent any further charges in connection with the investigation into Trump 2020 alternate electors. According to a leak to CNN, state investigators in both Wisconsin and Michigan are intensifying their efforts to gather information from Chesebro.

Chesebro is reportedly cooperating with investigators in at least four states. There are reports that his cooperation in Wisconsin is related to an investigation into the state’s alternate Trump electors. In Michigan, Democrat Attorney General Dana Nessel criminally charged 16 dueling ‘Trump electors’ in the state’s 2020 election back in July.

Kenneth Chesebro, who was the third Trump co-defendant and the second attorney to plead guilty in the Georgia RICO case, has been the subject of legal trouble for some time. This August, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis brought RICO and conspiracy charges against President Trump and 18 others for challenging the 2020 election results. A grand jury in Fulton County returned a 41-count indictment, including RICO and conspiracy charges against Trump.

Chesebro himself faced charges including RICO, conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer, conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree, conspiracy to commit false statements and writings, conspiracy to commit filing false documents, conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree, and conspiracy to commit false statements and writings. He was set to stand trial, but ultimately accepted a plea agreement in October as jury selection was underway. This agreement requires him to pay a $5,000 fine, serve 5 years probation, and perform 100 hours of community service to avoid prison. Additionally, he penned an apology letter and has been mandated to testify.

Chesebro was also compelled to testify before a grand jury in Nevada. Just this month, Nevada’s Democrat Attorney General announced charges against 6 Trump 2020 alternate electors. It appears that the legal troubles stemming from the 2020 election are far from over for individuals connected to the Trump camp. The ongoing investigations in multiple states, along with Chesebro’s cooperation with authorities, indicate that scrutiny of the events surrounding the election remains a focal point for law enforcement.


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