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Reactions Pour In Over Latest Bombshell On Fani Willis

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Newly revealed cell phone location data contradicts testimony provided by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade regarding their romantic relationship and meetings prior to Wade being hired to work on the case against Donald Trump.

The data shows Wade visited Willis’ home over 30 times before being retained, contrary to their claims that their affair only began after he was hired.

“Stunning that Team Trump got their hands on this in the #FaniWillis case,” journalist Megyn Kelly said. “More evidence that these two prosecutors lied, under oath. They’re looking at perjury charges and worse. Discipline from the Bar. And there is zero chance they can stay on this case. It’s DONE.”

Legal experts argue this suggests Willis and Wade may have committed perjury and that it damages the integrity of the case against Trump.

“It’s not how many times Wade ‘visited’ #FaniWillis, it’s that they both testified he ‘never spent the night[.]’ ‘his phone left the East Cobb area just after midnight and arrived [at] the Dogwood address at 12:43 A.M on November 30, 2021. The phone remained there until 4:55am,’” legal analyst Phil Holloway said.

“Is this wordplay and semantics? Or is this perjury? At worst it’s perjury, at best the testimony is misleading,” he said.

“Either way the judge would be justified to find this to be part of a fraud on the court. This is very dangerous legal territory for these two,” he added. “They just keep digging.”

They maintain the judge would be justified in disqualifying Willis and Wade from the case due to an appearance of impropriety and possible conflicts of interest.

“We are still awaiting a response from Willis so this is only one side. However, it could put Willis’s combative testimony into sharp relief as she declared ‘It’s a lie. It’s a lie‘ on the stand,” legal expert Jonathan Turley said.

“If the court believes that Willis and Wade lied on the stand, he could refer the matter for possible prosecution…by some other office. He could also consider a referral to the bar. Once again, the insistence on Willis and Wade that they remain in the case is troubling,” he said.

“There is clearly a growing appearance of impropriety and possible conflicts of interest,” Turley added. “It is clear that they continuation in the matter is undermining not just the integrity of the case but that of their office. While many praised Willis for her combative testimony, it only magnified the concerns for many about the underlying personal motivations and interests in the hiring of Nathan Wade.”

A hearing is scheduled later this month for the judge to consider potential disqualification.

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