She allegedly flew from Chicago to Atlanta in an effort to get an election worker to testify about allegations of election fraud.
Kutti and other defendants allegedly "constituted a criminal organization" and engaged in a criminal business when they attempted to rig the election, which is against Georgia's Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) statute.
The indictment further asserts that she went to Ruby Freeman's Georgia home in January 2021 in an effort to persuade her to confess that Trump's false claim of widespread election fraud was true and that President Biden's campaign really had engaged in a massive scheme to defraud voters at the polls.
This is the fourth criminal prosecution against the former president, and it was launched by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis after a more than two-year investigation.
Kutti, Trump, and the other 17 people still have over two weeks to give themselves up. Willis intends to trial each of the 19 defendants together.
Kutti texted the Wall Street Journal, saying, "I believe that the charges that were filed on me are for a lack of better words baloney." I merely served as a crisis manager, I stated to the election worker, and I utterly stand by it.
The good news is that Ms. Kutti is looking for a knowledgeable attorney and intends to surrender on or before August 25. Hopefully, she does not believe the "baloney" she is trying to sell to whoever would purchase it. If not, she will be classified as a wanted person.
The defendants included in the indictment released on Monday are accused of a variety of crimes, including racketeering, disobeying a public official's oath, falsification, making false claims, and others.