Cellphone Records Contradict Willis’ Testimony Of Relationship With Prosecutor

Although Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and prosecutor Nathan Wade have testified under oath that their out-of-work relationship began after the district attorney indicted former President Donald Trump for trying to “overturn” the 2020 presidential election in Georgia, recent cellphone records question the pair’s testimony.

Trump’s attorneys recently submitted a legal filing that included data “collected from Wade’s cellphone and cellphone tower transmissions.” This information suggests that Wade made “at least 35 visits to the Hapeville neighborhood where Fani Willis was living before the district attorney hired him to lead” her prosecution of the former president.

The data seems to contradict Wade’s prior claims in court that “he had visited Willis at her condo in Hapeville no more than 10 times before he was hired in November 2021.”

These cellphone records come after Willis and Wade recently testified under oath that their romantic relationship did not begin until the spring of 2022, months after the district attorney appointed Wade special prosecutor in the Trump case.

In their filings, the defendants argue that the $1 million Willis paid Wade to assist in prosecuting Trump and other Republicans constitutes a financial conflict of interest that disqualifies the prosecution, according to the Federalist.

The defendants said Wade used taxpayer funds that the district attorney paid him for lavish vacations.

Although both parties have claimed that Wade never stayed the night at Willis’ condo in Hapeville, Georgia, cellphone records showed the prosecutor arriving at the district attorney’s condo in the evening and leaving it “early the next morning in the months before [the former lovers] said their relationship became romantic.”

One such instance allegedly took place on Sept. 11, 2021. Court documents said that on that day, Wade’s phone left “the Doraville area and arriv[ing] in the vicinity of Willis’ Hapeville address at 10:45 p.m.”

Wade’s phone reportedly did not depart the area until 3:28 a.m. and later appeared at East Cobb, Georgia, “shortly before Wade sent a text to Willis.”

If these revelations were true, the recent testimony of Robin Bryant-Yeartie would have been valid.

Bryant-Yeartie is a former friend of Willis who said there was “no doubt” the district attorney and Wade had a romantic relationship that began earlier than the pair maintained.

Previous articleDem Rep. Ivey: Mayorkas Impeachment Opens US To Cyberattacks
Next articleHigh-Altitude Balloon Intercepted Flying Over Western US