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Fulton County District Attorney Attempts To Justify Potential Trump Prosecution: ‘Everyone In Society Is The Same’

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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis stated that former President Donald Trump would not receive special treatment if convicted of racketeering in Georgia.

Willis emphasized that the judicial process takes time and that everyone in society is treated equally, with appropriate sentences recommended based on the charges.

She made it clear that no one gets special treatment because of their status. (Trending: Prominent LGBTQ Activist Arrested Over Disturbing Charges)

“I know that in the media, and even in the world, we like instant gratification,” Willis said.

“The judicial process is a long process, and so we’ll be here with that case for a while.”

“When I get asked that I’m covering the story, many people say, you know, the former president is already gone to jail. Will he see prison time? What do you think about that?” CNN’s Nick Valencia asked.

“I think that everyone in society is the same, and I don’t know why that’s such a difficult concept for people,” Willis said.

“You can look at the charges, and based on those charges, we’ll be recommending appropriate sentences.”

“No one gets a special break because of their status.”

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