BREAKING: Fani Willis moves to REVOKE bond for Trump co-defendant Harison Floyd over social media posts

Floyd is the Director of Black Voices for Trump.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
On Wednesday, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis issued a court filing seeking to revoke the bond of co-defendant Harison Floyd in connection with the Trump Georgia election case.

Floyd is the Director of Black Voices for Trump and was previously held in Fulton County Jail without bond before they granted him release. Now, Fulton County is requesting Floyd to remain behind bars until his trial, according to The Hill.

In the court filing, Willis's office stated that Floyd violated the bond agreement he signed as a condition of release when he issued posts on social media posts that were an alleged effort to "intimidate codefendants and witnesses, to communicate directly and indirectly with codefendants and witnesses and to otherwise obstruct the administration of justice."

"Since his release from custody, the Defendant has engaged in numerous intentional and flagrant violations of the conditions of release ordered by the Court," the motion states.

The motion will be decided by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee, the outlet reports.

In the Georgia indictment, Floyd has been accused along with Stephen Lee of communicating with Ruby Freeman, a 2020 election worker in Georgia, about alleged "false statements and writings." Floyd was allegedly solicited by Lee to talk to Freeman because she would not talk to Lee as he was a "white man." 

The Georgia indictment alleges that Floyd "knowingly and unlawfully engaged in misleading conduct toward Ruby Freeman, a Fulton County, Georgia, election worker, by stating that she needed protection and by purporting to offer her help."

This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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