Judge Prepares Career-Ending Move Against DA Fani Willis – EVOL

Jonathan Turley, a well-known expert in constitutional law and a professor at Georgetown University, emphasized in a recent interview on Fox News that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis may be facing more serious consequences than what is commonly perceived. Turley specifically discussed the allegations that Willis and Nathan Wade, a special prosecutor enlisted by Willis to assist in the case against former President Donald Trump and 18 other defendants accused of RICO violations related to the 2020 election aftermath in Georgia, may have provided inaccurate information to the court regarding the timeline of their romantic involvement.

“The astonishing thing about this is that you have two prosecutors who stand accused of filing false statements in court,” said Turley. “Mr. Wade is accused of answering interrogatories falsely. And Willis is accused of making false statements in her filings. That’s what they’re prosecuting defendants in the case for.”

“My question is, will he refer these two to the bar? There are allegations of false statements being filed. Their testimony did not help in that respect. And so will [Judge Scott McAfee] say, ‘Look, I’m going to suggest that one or both of you remove yourselves or maybe even order it,



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