By
G. McConway
|
January 16, 2024

Former Obama U.S. Attorney Says Fani Willis Should Resign

Former U.S. Attorney Michael Moore does not believe that Fulton County DA Fani Willis is looking at the big picture.

He believes her alleged relationship with one of the prosecutors could harm the case, in fact, it already has.

For the sake of the case, he believes that if she does not resign her position, she should at least withdraw from the case.

Unforced Errors

Moore contended that one thing generally does not take down a case such as this.

He stated that cases die from 1,000 cuts, and this is a cut, an unforced error that could really hurt her chances of winning this case.

Moore stated, "Cases are not lost because of some ‘Matlock’ moment, some moment like you see in ‘My Cousin Vinny,’ where suddenly somebody finds the evidence. Cases die by the death of 1,000 cuts. This is a cut on the case.”

He continued, "I’d tell her to get out of the case. I really think that in this type of case, with these allegations, this case is bigger than any one prosecutor.

"And I think, probably, to preserve the case and to show that what’s of most importance to her is the facts of the Trump case, as opposed to her political career."

In addition to the alleged affair, which Willis has not denied, it has also been reported that the prosecutor in question, Nathan Wade, was also paid a far higher fee than the “expert” that Willis brought in for the RICO case.

That attorney was only being paid $150 per hour, while Wade, who has very little experience in RICO cases, was paid $250 per hour, to the tune of more than $650,000 in legal fees since this case started.

Trump has since called the case and Willis “compromised,” demanding that all charges against him be dropped.

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