Fani Willis Accused Of Hiring Lover As Special Prosecutor In Trump Case

( – In a shocking twist to the story of Fani Willis, the Fulton County District Attorney behind the election interference case against former President Donald Trump in Georgia, she allegedly had an affair with a private attorney who was later hired to lead the prosecution.

According to a 127-page motion filed in Fulton County’s Superior Court on Monday, Jan. 8, Willis became involved in an “improper” and “clandestine personal relationship” with a married man, whom she eventually brought onboard to spearhead the federal prosecution of Trump in Georgia for alleged election interference. The private attorney named in the motion is Nathan Wade, who is also now in the middle of divorce proceedings. The motion was filed on behalf of a former campaign official for Trump, Michael Roman, one of the former president’s 18 co-defendants in the electron interference case.

In addition to claiming the district attorney is ethically compromised, the filing also claims that Willis may have committed a federal crime by violating the federal statute on racketeering, which is a prosecutable offense.

The filing aims for the charges brought against their client by Willis to be “dismissed in their entirety,” claiming “the entire prosecution” to be “invalid and unconstitutional” because Willis “never had legal authority” to choose which special prosecutor would oversee it. They claim that “both indictments” brought against Roman “contain structural errors and irreparable defects.” The motion also aims to disqualify the district attorney, the special prosecutor, and the entire DA’s office from prosecuting the case for violating “laws regulating” public funding use, “conflicts of interest,” and violating “their oaths of office” according to the state’s Rules of Professional Conduct.

Wade, who played a key role in Trump’s Georgia prosecution, used to work in Cobb County as a prosecutor yet has no experience with felony cases, according to the court filing. He also ran for a judge position in the county’s superior court, all of which were unsuccessful attempts. The motion alleges that Willis hired him as a special prosecutor without the approval of the Board of Commissioners for Fulton County, which is legally required.

The filing also notes that Wade filed for divorce from his wife the day after his contract began.

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