Judge To Make Career-Ending Move Against DA Fani Willis: Turley

By Victor Winston, updated on February 25, 2024

In a legal twist that reads like a plot from a legal drama, allegations have surfaced involving two prominent legal professionals amid a high-stakes investigation. Jonathan Turley, a well-respected constitutional expert, has brought forward serious allegations implicating Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade in possibly misleading the court about the timeline of their romantic involvement amidst legal proceedings against former President Donald Trump and others over alleged RICO violations connected to the 2020 election in Georgia.

Jonathan Turley discussed these troubling claims during an appearance on Fox News, igniting conversations about the integrity of legal processes. This situation becomes particularly concerning as both Willis and Wade are accused of falsifying statements to the court about the inception of their relationship, a matter of integrity that lies at the heart of the judiciary's ethos.

The core of the allegations came to light when attorneys for co-defendant Michael Roman brought forth claims, suggesting they possessed testimonies that would debunk the timeline Fani Willis provided concerning her relationship with Nathan Wade. In a legal document responding to a motion aiming for her disqualification, Willis admitted to the relationship with Wade, but the exact timeline remains contentious.

A Complex Web of Assertions and Evidence Emerges

Highlighting the complexity of these allegations, a report by a private investigator, hired by Trump's legal team, uncovers extensive communication between Willis and Wade. This includes over 2,000 phone calls and nearly 12,000 text messages in the year 2021 alone, accompanied by a visually compelling heat map emphasizing their frequent evening communications, Conservative Brief reported.

In a filing from February 9, 2024, brought forward by Mike Roman, new allegations against Willis and Wade emerged, alleging misrepresentation regarding their relationship's timeline. The intricate narrative of this case sees further complications with testimony from a friend of Wade, Terrence Bradley, who purportedly possesses knowledge that contradicts Willis and Wade’s statements about when their romance began.

Adding to the convoluted narrative, evidence pointed to personal trips taken by Willis and Wade to the Bahamas and Belize, in December 2022 and March 2023 respectively. These trips, documented during the ongoing investigation, raise questions regarding the nature of their relationship during critical phases of the legal proceedings.

The Ripple Effects of the Allegations

The implications of these allegations extend beyond personal integrity, hinting at a potential conflict of interest and the safeguarding of a fair legal process. Turley’s commentary sheds light on the gravity of the situation, emphasizing the unusual nature of two prosecutors potentially engaging in the same misconduct they prosecute defendants for in this high-profile case.

Jonathan Turley remarked, "The astonishing thing about this is that you have two prosecutors who stand accused of filing false statements in court. 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."

Robin Yeartie’s testimonial that witnesses Willis and Wade romantically involved as far back as 2019, before Wade was officially brought into the Trump case, adds another layer to the already tangled network of allegations.


The investigation's timeline, beginning with Fani Willis's inauguration as the district attorney for Fulton County in January 2021 and spanning through various critical milestones, illustrates the complexity and extended nature of this controversy. With legal arguments and motions continuously filed through early 2024, the legal community closely watches each development.

The allegations against Fani Willis and Nathan Wade pose serious questions regarding the sanctity of the legal process and the ethical responsibilities of those at its helm.

With claims of false statements, extensive undisclosed communications, and conflicting testimonies regarding their relationship, the narrative unfolding around this case challenges trust in the legal proceedings at a fundamental level. As more details emerge, the legal community and the public alike wait with bated breath to see how these accusations will influence the broader case against Donald Trump and others regarding the 2020 election in Georgia.

About Victor Winston

Victor is a freelance writer and researcher who focuses on national politics, geopolitics, and economics.

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