Fani Willis Hit With Misconduct Charges?

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( – One of the defendants in the Georgia election interference case has argued that the indictment was “fatally defective” as Fani Willis, the District Attorney of Fulton County, and one of the case’s top prosecutors were romantically involved. 

Philadelphia-based political operative Mike Roman who had served as Trump’s director of Election Day operations during the 2020 election, and is facing seven criminal charges in the Georgia case, failed to provide any evidence of the “improper” relationship between Willis and the prosecutor. Ashleigh Merchant, Roman’s lawyer, noted in the court papers that according to sources close to Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade the two were involved in an “ongoing, personal and romantic relationship.” 

Merchants pointed out that they had carefully considered and investigated these accusations before filing the court papers. 

Roman, who is a co-defendant of the former President in this case, claimed that Willis and Wade had taken several vacations together in several destinations such as Napa Valley and the Caribbean, and that they had been seen together around the Atlanta area. However, despite these allegations, the filing did not include any proof of these alleged vacations that the pair had taken. 

The filing further alleges that a source close to the pair had confirmed the ongoing relationship between the two which had allegedly started before the election interference case. Wade had previously worked in private practice before being enlisted to assist in the election interference case. 

The Georgia election interference case led to the indictment of 19 individuals, including former President Donald Trump last August.

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