Jilted Wife of Fani Willis’ Alleged Lover Drops Bombshell in Court

Published January 20, 2024

The estranged wife of special counsel Nathan Wade submitted evidence to a Cobb County, Georgia, court that indicated that her husband had purchased plane tickets for Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis so that they could go on romantic trips together.

The Friday court filing reviewed by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution included evidence of trips to Aruba, Miami and San Francisco.

Credit card statements submitted by Joycelyn Wade in her divorce case showed that two tickets from Atlanta to San Francisco priced at $817.80 each.

Other charges, including thousands of dollars paid to cruise lines and tour companies, appeared on the statements, but could not be associated with any specific individuals.

It was also not immediately clear whether Willis reimbursed Nathan Wade for any of the charges or, in fact, whether they stayed in the same room while traveling.

The trips all occurred in 2022 and 2023 — after Willis had hired Nathan Wade to serve as special prosecutor in her racketeering case against former President Donald Trump.

“Since Plaintiff filed for divorce, he has taken trips to San Francisco and Napa Valley, to Florida and even gone on Caribbean cruises, enjoyed a trip to Belize, another to the country of Panama and even just last month took a trip to Australia,” the Friday filing said, according to NBC News.



SOURCE: www.westernjournal.com

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A Trump impeachment lawyer called on the lead prosecutor in the Georgia election fraud case against the former president to step down amid explosive allegations he was hired while in a relationship with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Norm Eisen, who served as special counsel to the House Judiciary Committee during former President Donald Trump’s first impeachment trial, told The Washington Post that controversy surrounding Nathan Wade’s hiring as special prosecutor will only continue to snowball — and the allegations of impropriety risk delaying a verdict for the former president and his 14 co-defendants.

“If he were to come to me as ethics czar … I would tell him that no matter the law discretion is the better course of valor,” Eisen told the outlet.

He went on though to call the the pair’s personal relationship “unwise,” and added that while there’s no legal basis to disqualify Wade from his role as special prosecutor under Georgia law, the pair’s alleged behavior — such as claims that Wade showered Willis with airline tickets and others gifts — could violate Fulton County’s ethics policies.

On Friday, county Commissioner Bob Ellis demanded Willis provide any information related to Wade’s appointment as special prosecutor in the Trump case.


SOURCE: www.nypost.com

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The claims involving Fani Willis and Nathan Wade, the special prosecutor she hired to manage the sprawling case in Georgia, have led to new questions about Mr. Wade’s qualifications.

Fani Willis, center, the Fulton County district attorney, and the prosecutor Nathan Wade, right, at a news conference last August. Credit…Kenny Holston/The New York Times
Published January 20, 2024

Fani T. Willis ran for district attorney in Georgia’s Fulton County in 2020 with the slogan “Integrity matters!” and frequently pummeled the incumbent, her former boss, with accusations of ethical lapses. Soon after her victory, she set up a group to interview job candidates called the Integrity Transition Hiring Committee.

One of its members was Nathan J. Wade, a lawyer and municipal court judge from the Atlanta suburbs whom she counted as a longtime friend and mentor. Indeed, it was the personal bond they shared that Ms. Willis has described as a key to her decision to hire him to lead the criminal case of a lifetime: her office’s prosecution of former President Donald J. Trump for his efforts to overturn his 2020 election loss.


SOURCE: www.nytimes.com



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