June 11, 2024

Fani Willis prosecutor's secret meeting with judge revealed

As if Fani Willis and her office couldn't be any more sketchy than they already are, America has recently been presented evidence that indicates exactly that.

It would appear as though Fani Willis doesn't even need Donald Trump to be involved in order for her to want to break the rules.

Reports prove that Fani Willis' office and the judge overseeing the Young Slime Life trial had at least one private meeting without telling the defendants and their lawyers.

This is obviously a major situation, as prosecutors and judges shouldn't be allowed to collude in meetings together without the defense at least being given a chance to be present at the meeting as well.

The case stems from a 2022 indictment in which rapper Young Thug and 27 others were charged for alleged crimes connected to the street gang Young Slime Life.

The trial has already spanned over six months and has made headlines for many wild moments, including shouting matches between the judge and prosecutors.

Now, Brian Steel, the attorney for Young Thug, is furious that "Fulton County prosecutor Adriane Love and Judge Ural Glanville told the witness, Lil Woody, whose real name is Kenneth Copeland, that he could be held in jail for the remainder of the trial and that those conditions could be true for all 28 defendants in the case."

"If that's true, what this is is coercion, witness intimidation, ex parte communications that we have a constitutional right to be present for," Steel explained to the judge on June 10.

Steel then revealed that the "judge and DA's office met with Copeland and Copeland's counsel earlier in the day and that 'none of the defense team, to my knowledge, was aware that this was going on.'"

It turns out that Fani Willis is corrupt ALL of the time, not just when it comes to Trump.

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