Witness in Fani Willis Case Testifies that The D.A. Lied In Court Documents

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The Fulton County Judge overseeing Trump’s election interference case, which involves corrupt DA Fani Willis, will review evidence this morning regarding allegations of an inappropriate relationship between Willis and the lead prosecutor.

If proven true, it could lead to Willis being dismissed from the case and disqualified. Judge Scott McAfee stated there is a possibility of disqualifying Willis from Trump’s RICO case due to her improper relationship with top Trump prosecutor Nathan Wade.

A former Atlanta prosecutor has described District Attorney Fani Willis as “belligerent” during her testimony on Thursday, where she defended herself against allegations of an “improper” affair with special prosecutor Nathan Wade.

John Malcolm, a former assistant U.S. attorney in Atlanta, stated that Willis’ testimony was the “highlight” of the “wild” evidentiary hearing.

He noted her combative and argumentative demeanor and questioned how this would impact Judge McAfee’s assessment of her credibility.

Malcolm also expressed skepticism regarding Willis’ claim that she reimbursed Wade in cash for their joint vacations, finding it hard to believe.

Subpoenas were issued earlier this month for Willis and Wade to testify at Thursday’s evidentiary hearing, as stated in a lawsuit filed by Trump’s RICO co-defendant Michael Roman.

In a separate lawsuit filed by Ashleigh Merchant, the attorney representing Trump co-defendant Michael Roman, Fani Willis’ office was accused of intentionally withholding information.

The subpoenas have been issued to Fani Willis and Nathan Wade, demanding their sworn testimony during a televised hearing scheduled for Thursday, February 15.

This comes in response to a motion filed by Michael Roman, who seeks to dismiss the RICO charge against him and disqualify Willis due to her romantic involvement with Wade.

During the hearing on Thursday morning, witness Robin Yearti, an employee in Fani Willis’s office, testified that Willis and Wade actually began their relationship in 2019.

This revelation is significant as it contradicts the claims made by Wade and Willis themselves, who stated that their relationship started in 2022.

It is evident that both Willis and Wade provided false information to the court. As a result, Fani Willis finds herself facing serious consequences for her dishonest actions.


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