Jodie Rosser, who on Tuesday faces Gwinnett Commissioner Kevin Kenerly in a runoff, will meet this morning with Gwinnett District Attorney Danny Porter to discuss “alleged improprieties,” according to the Gwinnett Post.
Jodie Rosser did not return repeated phone calls. “We believe this is politically motivated,” Marcus Rosser said.
Porter said he would comment on Rosser and possibly other operatives today.
He would not confirm or deny if the grand jury, which met Wednesday, considered any wrongdoing by politicians. He said reporters could not see the indictments. Indictments are public documents, but Porter explained, in general, that indictments can be sealed to complete an investigation.