PRESS RELEASE :
Angie Wong former president of Legacy PAC , former Veterans for Trump media rep and former L-Strategies consulting firm partner sent email to maliciously interfere with business activities.
On 7/5/2023 12:44:18 PM Eastern Standard Time Angie Wong sent an email to PR.com acting as a representative of L-Strategies consulting firm (Screen Shot above). A firm which Wong was removed from on May 30th 2023 and is being sued for embezzlement by.
PR. Com is a major mainstream press service whose distributions are picked up by the Associated Press and other major outlets.
Angie Wong, former president of Legacy PAC and former consulting firm partner, in what appears to have been an attempt to prevent verified press pertaining to her own legal troubles from being published maliciously interfered with the business activities of both the PR media firm and L-Strategies.
Wong Apparently was unaware the partners would automatically receive her email via forwarding from the L-Strategies website.
Under Georgia Law OCGA 16-7-23 A.A person commits the offense of criminal trespass when he or she intentionally damages any property of another without consent of that other person and the damage there to is $500.00 or less. (The cost of the release was $500) “Property of another” refers to either personal property or real property. Interference with business activities can likewise be considered trespass. B.A person commits the offense of criminal trespass when he or she knowingly and maliciously interferes with the possession or use of the property of another person without consent of that person.
Jones v. State, 291 Ga. App. 296, 661 S.E.2d 651 (2008). Intent alone is enough for arrest.
AP Release Wong attempted to interfere with :
Investigator Patrick Collis will be submitting this report to the Coweta County District Attorney. Attorney Jared Craig will be adding these proofs to the Georgia litigation and forthcoming Tennessee litigation.