Fani Willis Files Desperate Effort to Counter New Cellphone Data, but It’s a Big Dud

Published February 24, 2024

On Friday, we reported about new cellphone data that the Trump team presented regarding the relationship between Fulton Country DA Fani Willis and the special prosecutor that she appointed in the Trump election case, Nathan Wade.

The cellphone data appeared to show Wade making at least 35 visits to the Hapeville neighborhood where Fani Willis was living before the district attorney hired him, including at times in the middle of the night when he also communicated with her.

On one occasion, on Sept. 11, 2021, Wade’s phone left the Doraville area and arrived in the vicinity of Willis’ Hapeville address at 10:45 p.m. The phone remained there until 3:28 a.m. and could later be seen arriving in East Cobb at 4:05 a.m., shortly before Wade sent a text to Willis, the affidavit said.

Similarly, Wade’s phone left the East Cobb area the night of Nov. 29, 2021, after receiving an 11:32 p.m. call from Willis, the affidavit said. It arrived in Hapeville at 12:43 a.m. and remained there until 4:55 a.m., the affidavit added.

His data also showed more than 2000 calls between the two, and about 10,000 text messages, before they were supposedly romantically involved.

Many found that damning, including a former Fulton County assistant district attorney Darryl Cohen.




RELATED: Trump lawyers: Cellphone data raises questions about start of Willis-Wade relationship

DA disputes findings, says they should be excluded
The personal relationship between Fulton County DA Fani Willis, right, and special prosecutor Nathan Wade, left,has come under scrutiny during the Georgia election interference case. (Alyssa Pointer & John Bazemore/AP)
Published February 25, 2024

Nathan Wade appeared to make at least 35 visits to the Hapeville neighborhood where Fani Willis was living before the district attorney hired him to lead Fulton County’s election interference prosecution, according to cellphone data included in a court submission filed Friday.

The filing, by attorneys for Donald Trump, raises fresh questions about the relationship between the two prosecutors, which the former president and other defendants argue has tainted the case against them and should result in Willis and her office being disqualified.

Late Friday, Willis disputed the defendants’ evidence in a court motion seeking to have it excluded. She said the submission was filed in violation of court rules and “do not prove anything relevant.”

“The records do nothing more than demonstrate that Special Prosecutor Wade’s telephone was located somewhere within a densely populated multiple-mile radius where various residences, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and other businesses are located,” Willis’ motion said.

Trump’s lawyers relied on data collected from Wade’s cellphone and the “pings” it made off cellphone towers close to Willis’ condo. However, some experts interviewed by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution questioned the accuracy of the findings. Others said the technology was generally accepted in court proceedings around the nation and considered trustworthy.

If the findings are correct, they could contradict Wade’s testimony last week that he had visited Willis at her condo in Hapeville no more than 10 times before he was hired in November 2021. The data also indicates that in the months before Willis and Wade said their relationship became romantic early in 2022, Wade’s phone twice arrived in the area late at night and left early the next morning.

Both Wade and Willis testified last week that they did not spend the night together at the Hapeville condo.

The timeline of the Willis-Wade relationship is important for two reasons. If they were a couple before she hired him it raises the prospect that she may have violated at least the spirit of anti-nepotism rules, though Fulton’s policy specifically focuses on family members. More importantly, both Willis and Wade have testified under oath that the relationship began in 2022. If defense attorneys can prove that they lied under oath it could constitute perjury.



RELATED: Fulton County D.A.’s office disputes new Trump claims about Fani Willis’ relationship with her deputy Nathan Wade

Published February 24, 2024

The Fulton County District Attorney’s office filed a response Friday to an analysis filed by former President Donald Trump’s lawyers of phone records that purport to raise questions about the timeline D.A. Fani Willis gave regarding when her relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade began.

Trump’s attorneys filed an analysis Friday of cellphone data that allegedly belongs to Wade as part of their motion to disqualify D.A. Fani Willis and her office from prosecuting the Trump 2020 Georgia election interference case. The defense team seeks to use the data to show that Wade was at the condominium where Willis was living late at night and well into the early morning hours on Sept. 11 and Sept. 12, 2021, and Nov. 29 and Nov. 30 of that same year. Willis acknowledged the romantic relationship in court papers, and both Wade and Willis testified under oath last week that their romantic relationship did not begin until early 2022, after Willis hired Wade to work on the Georgia election case.

A source close to Willis said lawyers in her office are trying to challenge the interpretation of the data filed by Trump’s lawyers. If the data analysis is proven to be accurate, it might serve as powerful evidence that Wade and Willis misled the court about when their relationship began.

In Willis’ filing, the district attorney objected to the defense’s document and requested that the court exclude the data, arguing that it “contains both 2 telephone records that have not been admitted into evidence and an affidavit and other documents containing unqualified opinion evidence.” Willis said in the filing that Trump had not provided enough written notice to the court or a summary of its “purported expert’s testimony” and offered no information on the witness’ qualifications to serve as an expert witness.

Willis also asserted that the phone records themselves had not been authenticated and contended that the records “do not prove, in any way, the content of the communications between Special Prosecutor Wade and District Attorney Willis.” They don’t prove that the two “were ever in the same place during any of the times listed,” she wrote, and she also stated that “on multiple relevant dates and times, evidence clearly demonstrates that District Attorney Willis was elsewhere, including at work at the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office” and visiting “three crime scenes.”





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