The FaniGate Plot Thickens

Published February 1, 2024

Fulton County DA Fani Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade reportedly have been slapped with subpoenas summoning them to testify about their alleged affair at an upcoming evidentiary hearing on the salacious scandal. The proceeding, formally shining a spotlight on the slew of prosecutorial misconduct claims Willis and Wade are facing, will ultimately determine if the pair is to be disqualified from prosecuting the Georgia election fraud case against former President Donald Trump and his allies.

The subpoenas, which Willis and Wade will likely seek to quash, were revealed in a lawsuit filed Tuesday by the law firm representing Trump co-defendant Michael Roman, according to a new report by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Other top staffers working for Willis were additionally served subpoenas, including Executive District Attorney Daysha Young, who’s part of the Trump prosecution team; Deputy District Attorney Sonya Allen in the anti-corruption division, who previously worked with Wade; Assistant Chief Investigators Thomas Ricks and Michael Hill; Willis’s executive assistant Tia Green; Deputy District Attorney Dexter Bond, the office’s chief operating officer; and Capers Green, the department’s chief of investigations.

Young had denied another Trump co-defendant’s public records request for copies of all communications between Fulton County prosecutors and President Joe Biden’s White House after receipts surfaced showing that Wade billed Willis’s office a total of $4,000 for two eight-hour meetings (a conference in Athens and an interview in Washington) with White House officials.



RELATED: Report: Fani Willis Fired Whistleblower Who Warned Her About Mishandling Federal Funds

Published January 31, 2024

Embattled Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (D) fired an employee who warned her about mishandling federal funds, according to a report.

The Washington Free Beacon on Wednesday reported that in 2021, less than a year into her tenure, Willis met with an employee in her office named Amanda Timpson who told her that she had been demoted after attempting to stop a top Willis campaign aide from misusing federal grant money meant for a youth gang prevention initiative.

Timpson told Willis that the aide, Michael Cuffee, who was also Tillis’s direct manager, had planned to use part of a $488,000 federal grant — which was earmarked for the creation of a Center of Youth Empowerment and Gang Prevention — to pay for “swag,” computers, and travel, according to the outlet, which also obtained an audio recording of the conversation.

Timpson reportedly told Willis in a November 19, 2021, meeting, “He wanted to do things with grants that were impossible, and I kept telling him, like, ‘We can’t do that.’”

She added, “He told everybody … ‘We’re going to get MacBooks, we’re going to get swag, we’re going to use it for travel.’ I said, ‘You cannot do that, it’s a very, very specific grant.’”

Willis reportedly responded, “I respect that is your assessment,” adding, “And I’m not saying that your assessment is wrong.” Willis apologized to Timpson, and said Cuffee had “failed” her administration, according to the report.

Yet, less than two months later, Willis “abruptly” fired Timpson and had her escorted out of the building by security, Timpson told the Free Beacon.



RELATED: More Trouble for Fani Willis As She and Nathan Wade Are Now Subpoenaed in Trump Election Case

Published January 31, 2024

Fulton County DA Fani Willis just keeps accumulating trouble like a bad penny.

As we reported earlier, the DA who is pursuing former President Donald Trump in an election case, is now facing a new report that after a whistleblower came to her about alleged possible misuse of funds, she was fired.

Yet this it the person thinking that she can pursue Trump for anything? That sounds like some big trouble for Wilis.

Now, there’s more bad news for Willis in regard to the election case.

Ashleigh Merchant, the attorney for one of the other defendants in the case, Michael Roman, has now hit Fani Willis and her alleged paramour Nathan Wade, a special prosecutor in the case, with subpoenas requiring them to testify in the case later in February. The court is having a hearing on Feb. 15 over the allegations of the relationship. Roman is seeking to have the case dismissed because of the relationship between Willis and Wade.

Merchant also filed suit against the DA’s office on Tuesday claiming that they weren’t providing the information she had requested from them as they were required to.


“It is disappointing to have to file lawsuits to obtain access to records that the public is entitled to,” Merchant told AJC Wednesday. “We believe that transparency is vital to an open and responsible government and we hope that this can be resolved quickly so that we can get the public documents we are entitled to receive.”

The DA denied that and said they had turned over some of the information and were still compiling more for her.






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