Whoa! Fani Willis claims Nathan Wade didn't become her lover until AFTER they started working together, but defense attorneys can produce witnesses who say the two were romantic before and that the two were even living together. pic.twitter.com/yYUjjUMcJ5
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In a recent legal development, Michael Roman, a co-defendant of Donald Trump, has filed a motion that could potentially impact the ongoing legal proceedings. The motion, submitted on Friday, reveals a witness who disputes the sworn testimony of Fulton County’s district attorney, Fani Willis, and a prosecutor, Nathan Wade. This revelation pertains to their alleged romantic relationship that supposedly commenced after they initiated the election case in 2022.
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According to the 122-page filing by Mr. Roman’s lawyer, a former associate of prosecutor Nathan Wade, Terrence Bradley, is set to testify against the timeline presented by Wade. While Wade and Willis acknowledged a “personal relationship” under oath, Wade claimed it began post the initiation of the election case. However, Bradley, described as having “non-privileged, personal knowledge,” is expected to assert that the relationship commenced in January 2021, preceding Willis’s swearing-in as Fulton County’s district attorney.
Adding a layer of complexity, Bradley had previously represented Wade in his divorce. Despite this, Roman’s legal team contends that attorney-client privilege should not hinder Bradley’s testimony, emphasizing that the information was acquired in a personal capacity before Wade sought legal advice.
BREAKING: Embattled District Attorney Fani Willis, whose office is prosecuting @realDonaldTrump, has just been accused of lying about when her romantic relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade began.
NOTE: In a new filing today, Mike Roman, a defendant in the 2020… pic.twitter.com/zoVmK1bDjO
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Bradley’s testimony, as outlined in the filing, extends beyond the alleged timeline discrepancy. He is expected to confirm that Wade and Willis regularly stayed together at Willis’s home until her father moved in 2020, as well as at another residence shared by Willis and a former employee of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office.
The backdrop of this legal drama involves Fani Willis hiring Nathan Wade to investigate Donald Trump and 14 others over racketeering allegations linked to their efforts to challenge the 2020 election results in Georgia. An evidentiary hearing is scheduled for Feb. 15 to address these allegations, with Roman asserting that they warrant disqualification of Willis, the prosecutors, and the entire indictment.
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Central to the accusations is the claim that Willis financially benefited from her association with Wade, who reportedly received close to $700,000 from her office. Furthermore, it is alleged that Wade spent some of these funds on vacations with Willis.
In response to the impending hearing, Willis has moved to cancel it, arguing that the subpoena she received is an inappropriate intrusion into the personal lives of the prosecution team. She contends that it would turn into a media spectacle and further invade their personal lives.
The legal team for a co-defendant in the Georgia election interference case against Donald Trump alleged that the personal relationship between Fulton County DA Fani Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade began earlier than they acknowledged. https://t.co/zH3Fxis7eN
— NBC News (@NBCNews) February 10, 2024
Roman’s legal team, however, is pushing for the hearing to proceed, accusing Willis of attempting to evade answering questions about the relationship, ethical breaches, and non-disclosures of gifts from Wade. They argue that Willis’s objections are part of a strategic effort to downplay the importance of the claims raised in the motions.
The filing emphasizes that Roman seeks to expose the conduct of the Fulton County district attorney and prosecutor and requests the court’s permission to present Bradley’s testimony during the hearing.
Dear Fani Willis & Nathan Wade,
If your personal relationship began when you said it did, please publicly refute this accusation now — literally this weekend. Do not let this narrative take hold if it isn't true.
Your friends https://t.co/olt0BtVgOL
— Anthony Coley (@AnthonyColey) February 10, 2024
In a new revelation included in the motion, it is claimed that Wade funded a minimum of five separate trips for himself and Willis. This latest information adds another layer to the ongoing legal saga, underscoring the complexity and contentious nature of the case. The witch hunt continues…
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Major Points Discussed:
- Michael Roman, a co-defendant of Donald Trump, filed a motion with a witness disputing the timeline of the alleged romantic relationship between Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and prosecutor Nathan Wade.
- Terrence Bradley, a former associate of Wade, is expected to testify that the relationship began in January 2021, contradicting Wade’s claim that it started after the 2022 election case initiation.
- Bradley’s testimony, obtained in a personal capacity before Wade sought legal advice, challenges claims of attorney-client privilege and sheds light on their living arrangements, staying together at Willis’s home and another residence.
- The legal drama involves Willis hiring Wade to investigate Trump and others over racketeering allegations related to the 2020 election results in Georgia, with an evidentiary hearing scheduled for Feb. 15.
- Allegations include financial benefits to Willis from Wade and attempts to cancel the hearing, while Roman’s legal team pushes for it to proceed, aiming to expose potential ethical breaches and non-disclosures.
Comments – Threads – Links
- If she lied in an affidavit….man, I hope that isn’t the case..Her career would be toast. – Millard Fillmore
- Expecting honesty from this one might be futile – Old School Eddie
- That case is as good as gone now. Imagine being this blatantly corrupt and it not catching up to you quickly. Bye – BASEDLAYER
- I said it about Schumer, I’ll say it about her…. Liar Liar Liar Liar Liar Liar Liar Liar – Orlando Velez
- That is why this gets thrown out Where do the lies start and end – Ash Stone