August 25 2023 ATLANTA, Georgia – all 19 defendants, including Former President Trump have now surrendered themselves to Fulton County Jail.
On August 24 2023 ATLANTA, Georgia – Donald Trump became the first current or former US president to have his mugshot. Trump was booked at an Atlanta Fulton County jail over his attempts to reverse the 2020 election results in Georgia.
Trump was arrested following his indictment on August 14th and released on a $200,000 bond. He agreed to an order limiting his ability to post on social media about witnesses or co-defendants.
Earlier in the day, Mark Meadows and Harrison Floyd turned themselves into Fulton County Jail. Mark Meadows negotiated his bond agreement and has been released, Mr. Floyd did not and, therefore, is in custody at the Fulton County Jail.
Protesters and Trump supporters gathered outside the jail since early morning on Thursday.
On August 23 2023 – FULTON COUNTY JAIL, Atlanta, Georgia: Rudy Giuliani turned himself into the Fulton County jail on Wednesday afternoon, shortly after, he came out and spoke to the press.
Black’s For Trump and other Trump supporters are currently outside the jail where protests were called for 10am.
“They killing Trump for no reason, they using black guys like this here” – Black’s for Trump speak while arguing with Sheriff’s outside Fulton County Jail, everyone told to stay off roadway. Trump expected to be arrested today. “I hate you!” he said “You are going to hell!”
Increased sheriff and security presence was seen outside Fulton County Jail where Trump expected to surrender. Gas masks and what looks like a machine gun was present.
Giuliani is charged with making false statements and soliciting false testimony, conspiring to create phony paperwork and asking state lawmakers to violate their oath of office to appoint an alternate slate of pro-Trump electors.
His SUV arrived to the jail while a lone protester held a sign that read “Clown Car Coup.”
Earlier in the day he left New York and headed for Atlanta where he met with representatives of the District Attorney and secured a $150,000 bond deal.