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    Filing alleges improper relationship between Fulton DA & top Trump prosecutor

    Filing alleges ‘improper’ relationship between Fulton DA, top Trump prosecutor

    "District Attorney Fani Willis improperly hired an alleged romantic partner to prosecute Donald Trump and financially benefited from their relationship, according to a court motion filed Monday which argued the criminal charges in the case were unconstitutional.

    "The bombshell public filing alleged that special prosecutor Nathan Wade, a private attorney, paid for lavish vacations he took with Willis using the Fulton County funds his law firm received. County records show that Wade, who has played a prominent role in the election interference case, has been paid nearly $654,000 in legal fees since January 2022. The DA authorizes his compensation.

    "The motion, filed on behalf of defendant Michael Roman, a former Trump campaign official, seeks to have the charges against Roman dismissed and for Willis, Wade and the entire DA’s office to be disqualified from further prosecution of the case.

    "Pallavi Bailey, a Willis spokeswoman, said the DA’s office will respond to Roman’s allegations “through appropriate court filings.” Wade did not immediately respond to a request for comment."

    https://www.ajc.com/politics/breakin...BQH2ORAK2BKMQ/



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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    "District Attorney Fani Willis improperly hired an alleged romantic partner to prosecute Donald Trump and financially benefited from their relationship, according to a court motion filed Monday which argued the criminal charges in the case were unconstitutional.

    "The bombshell public filing alleged that special prosecutor Nathan Wade, a private attorney, paid for lavish vacations he took with Willis using the Fulton County funds his law firm received. County records show that Wade, who has played a prominent role in the election interference case, has been paid nearly $654,000 in legal fees since January 2022. The DA authorizes his compensation.

    "The motion, filed on behalf of defendant Michael Roman, a former Trump campaign official, seeks to have the charges against Roman dismissed and for Willis, Wade and the entire DA’s office to be disqualified from further prosecution of the case.

    "Pallavi Bailey, a Willis spokeswoman, said the DA’s office will respond to Roman’s allegations “through appropriate court filings.” Wade did not immediately respond to a request for comment."

    https://www.ajc.com/politics/breakin...BQH2ORAK2BKMQ/
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1746656305324941708

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    So? Prosecutorial misconduct doesn't make Trump not guilty. The case can simply be moved to another venue or another prosecutor assigned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    So? Prosecutorial misconduct doesn't make Trump not guilty.
    So? He's supposed to presumed to be "not guilty". (LOL)
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    Articles of impeachment brought against DA Fani Willis in Georgia House
    “I encourage all my colleagues in the General Assembly to join me and impeach Fani Willis.”
    https://thepostmillennial.com/articl...-georgia-house
    {Katie Daviscourt | 26 January 2024}

    The Georgia House of Representatives has brought forth articles of impeachment against Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

    Willis, who is leading the charge in the prosecution of former President Donald Trump and his allies in the 2020 Georgia election case, has found herself in a major corruption scandal involving an alleged secret affair with a prosecutor on the case.

    For this and other allegations, Georgia State Rep. Charlice Byrd (R-Woodstock) announced on Friday that she has introduced articles of impeachment against Willis.

    "With freedom on the line, bold action is necessary. It's time for the legislature to do its constitutional duty and hold corrupt Fulton DA Fani WIllis accountable, which is why I have introduced H.R. 872, articles of impeachment against Fani WIllis," said Byrd on X.

    Rep. Byrd issued a statement on the impeachment filings which claims that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis "has used her office not to pursue justice but for political gain."

    "Fani Willis has a laundry list of potential conflicts that make her unworthy and unfit to be the District Attorney in Fulton County," said Byrd. "Someone elected to that office is expected to uphold the law and not weaponize their office for political gain. Since Day One when she was elected, Fani Willis has embarrassed the criminal justice system in Fulton County and our state."

    The statement details the many allegations against Willis, such as the conflict of interest in hiring alleged secret lover, Nathan Wade, to prosecute Trump and his co-defendants in the 2020 Georgia election case.

    Byrd said she was particularly upset about Willis pursuing a high-profile indictment against Trump and the 18 other defendants who were exercising their free speech rights in questioning the results of the election, something that she said Democrats have done in the past but have not received the same treatment.

    "The First Amendment is still the bedrock of this country and Fani Willis can't overturn it because she has Trump Derangement Syndrome," Byrd said. "It's time our state lawmakers draw a line in the sand and put an end to her refusal to uphold the Constitution."

    Furthermore, Byrd said Willis violated state law when she was sworn into office while still owing money to the Georgia Elections Commission. Georgia law states that it is unlawful for someone to take office if they owe money to the state.

    "The people demand we do our job as public officials. When the rights of Americans are grossly violated and we stand by, doing nothing, we set precedent that public officials need not concern themselves with the rights of the citizenry," Byrd said. "This is not a precedent I can live with setting. The time to act is now and I encourage all my colleagues in the General Assembly to join me and impeach Fani Willis."

    A judge has set a hearing to go over the conflict-of-interest allegations pertaining to Willis's hiring of Nathan Wade, which will occur on February 15. Critics claim Wade was hired by Willis to secure a prosecution against the former President and his allies.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    So? Prosecutorial misconduct doesn't make Trump not guilty. The case can simply be moved to another venue or another prosecutor assigned.
    Such misconduct--so far that it materially affects the case or alters the outcome--can make a case fall to pieces, result in a dismissal or a new trial as it calls into question procedural ethics that may prejudice the defense; this however, goes so far beyond mere courtroom misconduct--it's a conspiracy of malicious prosecution.
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    They are only ousting Fanni because she is a Black Woman!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weston White View Post
    Such misconduct--so far that it materially affects the case or alters the outcome--can make a case fall to pieces, result in a dismissal or a new trial as it calls into question procedural ethics that may prejudice the defense; this however, goes so far beyond mere courtroom misconduct--it's a conspiracy of malicious prosecution.
    The prosecutor was banging the DA. This makes Trump not guilty how?



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    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    The prosecutor was banging the DA. This makes Trump not guilty how?
    They brought the fictitious charges for corrupt purpose, personal enrichment.
    I just want objectivity on this forum and will point out flawed sources or points of view at my leisure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    So? Prosecutorial misconduct doesn't make Trump not guilty. The case can simply be moved to another venue or another prosecutor assigned.
    I don't know if there's a more liberal venue in Georgia, though. That's the problem. There are blue areas all over the state, but they lack the corruption that Fulton County has.

    If they move the case to another area of the state, Trump might end up getting somewhat of a fair trial. That would be really bad, so I'm told.
    Quote Originally Posted by timosman View Post
    This is getting silly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    It started silly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    The prosecutor was banging the DA. This makes Trump not guilty how?
    No, a finding of guilt makes Trump guilty under the law, regardless of his innocence.

    Moreover, this is no longer just a simple matter of determining the defendant's level of guilt--if any--but one of a corruption of process and official misconduct; a taint upon the court.

    This is a massive political conspiracy spanning multiple states and agencies at the state and federal level, it is all coordinated at a RICO level and timed to interfered with our national election; one that is utterly unprecedented!

    These awful, racist, horrible, despicable, conniving, unintelligent people met in secret with Biden staff in the White House prior to seeking these indictments against Trump and then billed their expenses to local taxpayers.

    They've been paying themselves massive sums of money that goes beyond the (so-called) public services they rendered.

    They engaged in a love affair or "love triangle" with one another.

    They spend monies that was extorted from hard working taxpayers--including public funds that they misappropriated--on extravagant indulgences and to the furtherance of their skeevy affair.

    They campaigned on promises of bringing Trump down and taking him out via lawfare--this was well-prior to their having access to privileged information and evidence--a blatant bias and admission of politicalizing public offices.

    In, comparison, if a police office is found to have planted evidence or a forensics lab breeches evidence handling protocols on a conviction case, all their prior convictions are called into question; and so for when the chain of custody of evidence processing is broken, a defendant's rights are violated during police interrogations, and the like--this is all part and parcel to our guarantee of due process rights.
    Last edited by Weston White; 01-27-2024 at 01:33 PM.
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    Georgia DA Fani Willis Is A Corrupt Hypocrite!
    https://rumble.com/v4avj7c-georgia-d...hypocrite.html
    {The Jimmy Dore Show | 02 February 2024}

    Fulton County DA Fani Willis, who is currently prosecuting Donald Trump for allegedly attempting to overturn the results of the 2020 election, is proving to be quite the exemplar of government corruption herself. She is accused not only of engaging in an improper relationship with a prosecutor she hired but also of firing a whistleblower, among other allegations

    Guest host Russell Dobular is joined by Due Dissidence’s Keaton Weiss to discuss how Donald Trump is so lucky with the antagonists the universe throws in his path.


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    https://twitter.com/michaelmalice/st...48350359392342

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    Wow, she's dumb AF.

    Aren't people generally discouraged from volunteering information?



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    https://twitter.com/dbenner83/status...82398297420062

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    Fani Willis DESTROYS Herself
    https://odysee.com/@actualjusticewar...roys-herself:0
    {Actual Justice Warrior | 19 February 2024}

    In this video I discuss the scandal Involving Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis & how it could destroy the RICO case she is building against former president Donald J. Trump.


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    Fani Willis Disqualification Hearing | Always In Cash & Never On The Phone.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3s0CBiuQwQE
    {Nate The Lawyer | 21 February 2024}


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    Cellphone Data Contradicts Fani Willis and Nathan Wade's Testimony.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjsIxfu7o9E
    {Nate The Lawyer | 23 February 2024}

    Cellphone data obtained by Donald Trump's legal team appears to contradict Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' testimony about an alleged improper relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade. Willis faces allegations that the alleged affair with Wade and his appointment to the Georgia election interference case financially benefited her.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Cellphone Data Contradicts Fani Willis and Nathan Wade's Testimony.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjsIxfu7o9E
    {Nate The Lawyer | 23 February 2024}

    Cellphone data obtained by Donald Trump's legal team appears to contradict Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' testimony about an alleged improper relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade. Willis faces allegations that the alleged affair with Wade and his appointment to the Georgia election interference case financially benefited her.

    Funny thing is today this new evidence is celebrated. Years ago I remember being warned that the collection of private phone records and texts was illegal and would be used against you whenever they wanted to pull the trigger.
    Furthermore, with the corruption in our judicial system, I would think that in the future, any records of phone interaction that the powers that be do not want made known to the public will mysteriously not be found.
    Last edited by GlennwaldSnowdenAssanged; 02-24-2024 at 08:39 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlennwaldSnowdenAssanged View Post
    Furthermore, with the corruption in our judicial system, I would think that in the future, any records of phone interaction that the powers that be do not want made known to the public will mysteriously not be found.
    I would think that's the case today. In which case this is all theater, designed to set us up for something.

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    So let's say this effort by Trump's lawyers works, because I think it may. The prosecutor and DA are removed from the case. How does that help Trump? A new prosecutor would be assigned or the case would be moved to a different court. It seems pointless, but a lot of what Trump does is pointless I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    So let's say this effort by Trump's lawyers works, because I think it may. The prosecutor and DA are removed from the case. How does that help Trump? A new prosecutor would be assigned or the case would be moved to a different court. It seems pointless, but a lot of what Trump does is pointless I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    They can just switch venues.
    It took a corrupt and ardently anti-Trump DA in the "blue"-est county in Georgia using a novel application of RICO just to bring this case at all. If the Fulton county DA's office is forced to recuse itself because of Fani Willis' shenanigans (which appears to be possible, and perhaps even likely), what other DA in "red" (or even "purple") Georgia do you imagine is going to want to take up the case?



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    At around 13:05 in this video you see why it might not be so easy to just move this case if Fani is disqualified. (interview coming from the former D.A. of Fulton County, which starts at the 9 minute mark)

    The best chance she has to see the outcome she wants, is to recuse herself, and let her office take over the case while she does her best to stay out of it. Then again, if she committed perjury, this case may suddenly end up being the last thing on her mind.

    I really think it's a very slim chance that any other county in Georgia will touch this case. Maybe DeKalb. But that would be moving the case from the most corrupt county in this state, to the second-most-corrupt. I guess we could find out who's been sleeping with who there, as well.

    Former Democrat Governor of GA Roy Barnes was called to the stand and asked why he turned down Fani's request to be made special prosecutor, and his reply was basically that his law practice would be ruined in this state if he took on Trump. (Roy Barnes is the guy who had the guts to remove the confederate battle emblem from the old GA flag, and even *he* doesn't want to touch this with a 10-foot pole). This isn't New York.

    Last edited by nobody's_hero; 02-24-2024 at 06:08 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by timosman View Post
    This is getting silly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    It started silly.
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    Judge rules Nathan Wade's attorney must take the stand again in Trump election case
    https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/judg...y?id=107565428
    {Will Steakin & John Santucci | 27 February 2024}

    A Fulton County judge has ruled that special prosecutor Nathan Wade's former law partner and divorce attorney, Terrence Bradley, must retake the stand in former President Donald Trump's Georgia election interference case to testify on topics not covered by attorney-client privilege, sources familiar with the matter confirmed to ABC News.

    Following a meeting with Bradley on Monday, Judge Scott McAfee notified attorneys in the case via email that some communications between Wade and Bradley do not fall under attorney-client confidentiality, the sources said.

    Michael Roman and several other co-defendants in Trump's election case are seeking Willis' disqualification from the case on the grounds that she benefited financially from a "personal, romantic relationship" with Wade, who she hired for the case.

    Willis and Wade have admitted to the relationship but said it "does not amount to a disqualifying conflict of interest" and that the relationship "has never involved direct or indirect financial benefit to District Attorney Willis."

    The defense contends that Bradley has evidence that Wade and Willis' relationship began before Wade was hired, which would contradict what Willis and Wade told the court. Bradley largely declined to answer questions from the defense during a Feb. 15 hearing on the matter, citing attorney-client privilege.

    His return to the stand could potentially lead to significant revelations as the defense continues its effort to disqualify Willis from the election case and have the charges dismissed.

    Bradley could be required to testify as early as Tuesday.

    Trump and 18 others pleaded not guilty in August to all charges in a sweeping racketeering indictment for alleged efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in the state of Georgia. Four defendants subsequently took plea deals in exchange for agreeing to testify against other defendants.

    The former president has blasted the district attorney's investigation as being politically motivated.


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    Fani Willis CAUGHT Committing Perjury
    https://odysee.com/@actualjusticewar...ting-perjury:a
    {Actual Justice Warrior | 27 February 2024}

    In this video I discuss the latest devastating developments in the Fani Willis Nathan Wade disqualification case & how it could ruin the broader case against Trump.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Judge rules Nathan Wade's attorney must take the stand again in Trump election case
    https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/judg...y?id=107565428
    {Will Steakin & John Santucci | 27 February 2024}

    [...]
    Nate the Lawyer's live steam commentary:

    Judge Says Star Witness Must Testify About Fani Willis' Relationship.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5bNF5URol0
    {Nate The Lawyer | 27 February 2024}

    0:00:00 Intro
    0:25:00 Better Sound
    1:57:39 Lost Power
    2:03:01 Back On
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    ]

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    Quote Originally Posted by unknown View Post
    https://twitter.com/TheCharlesDowns/...91617695830434

    I don't know why that fool went through so much effort to negate what he told those lawyers. The cats out of the bag, he's not going to redeem himself with the cabal.
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