A Georgia judge ruled Monday that parts of a Fulton County grand jury’s report into possible interference in the 2020 election by former President Donald Trump and his allies be made public this week.

In an eight-page ruling, Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney ruled that the report’s introduction and conclusion, as well as section VIII, in which jurors express concern that some witnesses may have lied under oath, can be made public. Those witnesses are not identified, he said.

The Fulton County district attorney’s office convened the special purpose grand jury for an investigation into “‘the facts and circumstances relating directly or indirectly to possible attempts to disrupt the lawful administration of the 2020 elections in the State of Georgia’ and to prepare a report on whether anyone should be prosecuted for such potential crimes.”

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