Witness expected to prove Fulton County DA Fani Willis lied to court about relationship with special prosecutor she appointed to Trump election case
By Cassie B. // Feb 15, 2024

The truth about Fani Willis’s improper dealings is about to come to light as a Trump co-defendant is expected to testify about the sordid affair between the Fulton County District Attorney and the Special Prosecutor she appointed for the Trump case, Nathan Wade.

An evidentiary hearing will be held on Thursday exploring allegations that she took part in an “improper” affair with Wade, who she hired as an ally in her quest to prosecute former president Donald Trump in the election interference and racketeering case that is still underway in Georgia.

Trump co-defendant Michael Roman maintains that her conduct should disqualify her and those who work for her from the case altogether. He said that she engaged in an “improper, clandestine personal relationship" with Wade and that they “have enriched themselves off this case.” Willis and Wade are accused of funneling a considerable amount of taxpayer money to pay for their romance, which began while Wade was married.

While Willis has admitted she had a personal relationship with Wade, she insisted there is no conflict of interest and asked the court to cancel the hearing. She maintains they were not involved romantically before she appointed him. However, Terrence Bradley, at attorney who is a member of the Georgia bar, is prepared to testify that their relationship did, in fact, begin well before then.

Bradley is a business associate and friend of Wade, and he says he has personal and non-privileged knowledge obtained as a friend that their relationship began before Willis was sworn in as DA in January 2021. This would mean that Wade lied in an affidavit claiming the affair did not begin until 2022.

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Although Bradley later represented Wade in his divorce for a time, his testimony will not include anything he learned via privileged attorney-client communications. He says that he has personal knowledge that the two regularly stayed in Willis’s home together until her father moved in.

Willis and Wade went on lavish vacations

Willis and Wade took a number of lavish vacations together, which is just one way that her appointment of him may have benefited her. Among the trips the pair took together is an October 2022 Royal Caribbean cruise to the Bahamas. Wade paid for her flight and their shared cruise cabin, with the trip’s total coming in at more than $3,500. It was the second cruise they took; they also took a New Year’s cruise from December 2022 to January 2023 in the Bahamas on Norwegian Cruise Line. This trip also came in close to the $4,000 mark.

Last March, the lovers took a trip to the Phoenix Resort in Belize. In May, Wade took her on a romantic getaway to Napa Valley.

It is believed that these trips are not the only payments on Wade’s part that have financially benefited Willis. If it is true that their romantic relationship began before she took office, there are likely to be numerous other gifts and benefit he provided her.

In a hearing on Willis’s motion to cancel the hearing about misconduct allegations against her, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee said that “in studying the law that's been filed up to this point, I think it's clear that disqualification can occur if evidence is produced demonstrating an actual conflict or the appearance of one. And the filing submitted on this issue so far have presented a conflict in the evidence that can't be resolved as a matter of law."

He added that the personal relationship between the couple is no longer mere speculation because the state admitted there was a relationship; now it just needs to be determined whether there was any financial benefit. Therefore, he is allowing the evidentiary hearing to go forward.

Roman claims that Wade billed Fulton County for a full 24 hours of work in just one day shortly after his appointment as special prosecutor on the Trump case, and Willis has benefited from this taxpayer-funded salary in the form of the vacations. Wade, who was appointed despite having no experience with RICO and felony prosecutions, has billed taxpayers more than $650,000 since January 2022.

Sources for this article include:

Revolver.news

FoxNews.com



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