Prosecutors May Indict TFG on Obstruction and Espionage Act Charges as Early as Thursday; Mark Meadows Pleads to Lesser Charges; Will Testify

According to Andrew Feinberg from The Independent, prosecutors are prepared to ask grand jurors to vote Thursday to approve an indictment against TFG for violating a portion of the US criminal code known as Section 793, which prohibits “gathering, transmitting or losing” any “information respecting the national defence”.

It is understood that prosecutors intend to ask grand jurors to vote on the indictment on Thursday, but that vote could be delayed as much as a week until the next meeting of the grand jury to allow for a complete presentation of evidence, or to allow investigators to gather more evidence for presentation of necessary.

Mr Meadows has already given evidence before the grand jury and is said to be cooperating with the investigations into his former boss. It is understood that the former North Carolina congressman testified as part of a deal for which he has already received limited immunity in exchange for his testimony.

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