The DC Grand Jury recently indicted former President Donald J. Trump on four counts related to the January 6th investigation into the Capitol insurrection.
These charges include Conspiracy to Defraud the United States, Conspiracy to Obstruct an Official Proceeding, Obstruction of and Attempt to Obstruct an Official Proceeding, and Conspiracy Against Rights.
Notably, three of these four counts involve conspiracy-related charges which require both intent and at least one co-conspirator in order for them to stand.
This means that if Mr. Trump is convicted on any of these three counts, he will need a co-defendant(s) in order for it to be a valid conviction.
To date, there are six unnamed co-conspirators who have yet to be identified by prosecutors or named by law enforcement officials.
It begs the question: Who are these unnamed co-defendants?
Thus far, no official statement has been made as to who they may be — though speculation abounds as rumors swirl about potential suspects being interviewed by investigators and subpoenas being issued left and right in connection with this high-profile case.
Here is the full 45 page indictment that was dropped today on President Trump.
Trump will appear in court on Thursday.
President Trump summoned to appear before Magistrate Judge Moxila A. Upadhyaya at a courthouse in Washington, D.C., on Thursday at 4 p.m.