Fani Willis and Nathan Wade’s Testimony is Contradicted by Cellphone Data

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and her hand-picked Special Prosecutor Nathan Wade are now in danger of committing perjury to the court, as well as potential disbarment and disqualification from the Trump RICO case in the State of Georgia.

On Friday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported on the Trump legal team obtaining cellphone data that deal a tremendous blow to Willis’ and Wade’s narrative about when their romantic relationship began.

Nathan Wade appeared to make at least 35 visits to the Hapeville neighborhood where Fani Willis was living before the district attorney hired him to lead Fulton County’s election interference prosecution, according to cellphone data included in a court submission filed Friday.

The filing, by attorneys for Donald Trump, raises fresh questions about the relationship between the two prosecutors, which the former president and other defendants argue has tainted the case against them and should result in Willis and her office being disqualified.

Trump’s lawyers relied on data collected from Wade’s cellphone and cellphone tower transmissions to track his movements. It seems to contradict Wade’s testimony last week in which he said he had visited Willis at her condo in Hapeville no more than 10 times before he was hired in November 2021. It also indicates Wade twice arrived late at night at the condo and left early the next morning in the months before Willis and Wade said their relationship became romantic early in 2022.

Both Wade and Willis testified last week that they did not spend the night together at the Hapeville condo.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution explains why this is important context for the filing of the Trump racketeering case in the State of Georgia.

The timeline is important for two reasons. If Willis and Wade were a couple before she hired him it raises the prospect that she may have violated at least the spirit of anti-nepotism rules, though Fulton’s policy specifically focuses on family members. More importantly, both Willis and Wade have testified under oath that the relationship began in 2022. If defense attorneys can prove that they lied under oath it could constitute perjury.

As reported, earlier many legal analysts believe that Wade and Willis are now “toast.”

Megyn Kelly explained why she believes this is the final nail in their legal coffin.

“Stunning that Team Trump got their hands on this in the #FaniWillis case. More evidence that these two prosecutors lied, under oath,” she said. “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.”

Phil Holloway, a Townhall columnist, also weighed in on the Fulton County case development.

Holloway also provided a screenshot of the supporting affidavit regarding the cellphone data.

Attorney Nathan Wade was confirmed in witness testimony last Thursday to have been in a “romantic” relationship with Fani Willis prior to the Fulton County D.A. hiring him as Special Prosecutor in Georgia’s Trump racketeering case.

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Trump co-defendant Michael Roman in a Jan. 8 motion alleged that Willis improperly benefited from appointing Wade as special prosecutor when he took her on vacations using funds earned from his position.

In an affidavit attached to the state’s Feb. 2 response, Wade claimed that they “roughly divided equally” travel expenses, including a receipt showing Willis purchased a flight for him.

Nathan Wade struggled to reconcile earlier sworn statements that he did not have an affair with Fani Willis prior to his hiring as a Special Prosecutor.

By Melinda Davies
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