NEW: Fani Willis Gets More BAD News

Fani Willis, the district attorney for Fulton County, is presently facing another legal challenge – this time, a lawsuit filed by a state legislator in Georgia.

Mesha Mainor “alleges that Willis, Commissioner Marvin Arrington, the Fulton County Ethics Board, and the county itself were derelict in its duties to properly litigate a criminal case in which Mainor was repeatedly stalked by a former friend and political associate,” Newsweek reported.

A press conference has been scheduled for Tuesday, where a spokesperson for the state lawmaker will provide additional details regarding the lawsuit. Mainor, who won the 2020 election in House District 56 in Atlanta, made headlines last July when she switched parties and joined the Republican Party. She cited her discomfort with the Democrats’ “left-wing radicalism” and prioritization of illegal immigrants over Americans.

The lawsuit, filed on April 2 in Fulton County Superior Court, alleges that Mainor had enlisted Corwin Monson as a campaign volunteer in January 2019. However, she had to terminate him a month later due to his unruly and belligerent behavior. The lawsuit claims that Monson engaged in stalking behaviors, such as showing up uninvited to events, lingering outside her residence, making calls from different numbers, and even proposing to her in front of her children. Despite these claims, the lawsuit clarifies that Mainor and Monson never had a romantic relationship.

Mainor’s request for a Temporary Protective Order (TPO) against Monson was approved by a judge in August 2019. Monson was subsequently arrested in both September 2019 and September 2020 for violating the TPO. After the second incident, Monson was indicted by Fulton County for aggravated stalking. The second aggravated assault charge in January 2021 could result in up to 20 years of imprisonment for Monson.

Nonetheless, the lawsuit claims that Arrington, who represented Monson legally, “utilized his influence to bypass the office policies of the District Attorney’s office,” which allegedly involved including the DA in emails, directly negotiating plea deals, and requesting meetings.

Newsweek added:

“Arrington is also alleged to have told Willis “that b**** is crazy”, in reference to Mainor—claimed within the suit to have peddled his influence to in turn influence Willis. After Willis was sworn in January 2021, she became responsible for the Monson case. She reportedly dismissed one of his aggravated stalking cases. On the other charge, she offered a plea of three years with one year served in prison and the rest probation. Mainor said she was never informed of the plea deal, [which she] claimed to be a violation of the Georgia Crime Victims Bill of Rights.”

“Furthermore, due to DA Willis’ bias towards Mr. Arrington, Plaintiff Mainor has experienced disparate treatment under the law as a victim,” the suit says. “Plaintiff Mainor has been forced to advocate for herself and her safety, although that is the District Attorney’s role.”

Willis has been facing increasing difficulties in recent months, which have had an impact on her RICO case against former President Donald Trump, which is related to the election. In the previous month, Judge Scott McAfee, who is overseeing the case, issued an order for Willis to either terminate the attorney she had hired, Nathan Wade, due to their involvement in a romantic relationship, or remove herself and her entire office from the case. Later that day, Wade chose to resign.

By Trent Walker

Trent Walker has over ten years experience as an undercover reporter, focusing on politics, corruption, crime, and deep state exposés.

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