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February 25, 2024

Recent Evidence In Fani Willis Disqualification Controversy Could Land Her In Jail

Fani Willis, the Fulton County, Georgia, district attorney who has confessed to sleeping with her subordinate, lead prosecutor Nathan Wade, just received DEVASTATING news.

According to cell phone records, it looks like both she and Wade LIED under oath about the details of their affair.

The claim made under oath was originally that Wade visited Willis at her condo less than ten times during the period before they said their romance began.

Unfortunately, phone records indicated otherwise.

Data shows that Wade visited Willis’ neighborhood for extended amounts of times “a minimum of 35 occasions" back in 2021.

In other words, Wade and Willis bent the truth, big time.

They did not think they would get caught, but they were proven wrong.

Now, a defense attorney from Atlanta, Georgia, Andrew Fleischman has weighed in on what he believes may happen next.

“The judge may find that the State was not truthful in its testimony and that its conduct in defending against disqualification is an independent basis to remove them,” said Fleishman.

Not only could Wade and Willis both be removed, but they could also be facing charges.

Lying under oath is a CRIME.

In fact, according to FindLaw.com, lying under oath can land you up to five years in prison.

In a nutshell, both Willis and Wade are facing far greater consequences than getting kicked off the trial of former President Donald Trump.

Willis and Wade could end up behind bars.

Another defense attorney from Atlanta, Philip Holloway, said that “if their testimony about the starting date of the affair is a lie, then the judge is well within his rights to disbelieve all of their testimony.”

“And if that’s the case, then the evidence is that Fani Willis was personally enriched by virtue of hiring her boyfriend and paying him with taxpayer dollars,” Holloway continued.

Willis and Wade just keep digging themselves into a deeper hole every lie that they tell.

Do you think either of them will serve jail time if they are found guilty of lying?

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