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Timing of affair in Fani Willis case in doubt after key witness testimony

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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is accused of having an improper romantic relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade that financially benefited her.

Former law firm partner and divorce attorney Terrance Bradley testified about what he knew of the Willis-Wade relationship, but claimed he couldn’t recall many details from conversations with Wade.

Bradley said he may have been “speculating” in text messages where he indicated the relationship began before Willis hired Wade in 2021 to assist with prosecuting former President Trump for election interference.

Attorney Richard Rice asked, “Do you tell lies about your friends? About a case of national importance?”

Bradley replied, “I could have had, I don’t know.”

The defense is trying to prove Willis and Wade lied about when their relationship began to show Willis has a conflict of interest in the Trump case and should be disqualified.

Willis claims she reimbursed Wade for luxury trips in cash as her father taught her, but there are no receipts.

The judge will consider final arguments before deciding if disqualification is warranted due to an actual or apparent conflict of interest.

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