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Re: Judge orders evidence hearing over misconduct by fat pig Fani Willis

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Politics and pigs

Jan 19, 2024, 9:57:30 PMJan 19
Molly Bolt <> posted some

> The whore committed worse crimes than Trump ever thought about. She
> should be stood up against a wall and shot.

AGeorgia judge on Thursday scheduled an "evidentiary hearing" regarding
allegations of misconduct against Fulton County District Attorney Fani
Willis, per a court filing.

The big picture: Willis, who is overseeing the case involving former
President Trump and several co-defendants over alleged Georgia election
interference, was recently accused of partaking in an "improper,
clandestine personal relationship" with the case's lead prosecutor
Nathan Wade.

Details: Judge Scott McAfee, of Fulton County Superior Court, scheduled
the hearing for Feb. 15 and set a deadline of Feb. 2 for the District
Attorney's office to respond to the motion.

Catch up quick: Michael Roman, one of the co-defendants in the Georgia
election interference case, brought forth the allegations earlier this
month. Roman asked the court to dismiss the indictment against him and
"disqualify Willis, Wade and their respective offices and firms from any
further involvement in the prosecution of this matter," per a Jan. 8
court filing. Roman claimed that the alleged personal relationship
between Willis and Wade has "resulted in the special prosecutor, and, in
turn, the district attorney, profiting significantly from this
prosecution at the expense of the taxpayers." The Georgia co-defendant
also claims that "instead of handling this case within her office, as
she could have done given the influx of Covid money, she chose to hire a
private special prosecutor to preside over the case."

Roman faces seven charges, including conspiracy to commit forgery in the
first degree, violating Georgia's RICO Act and conspiracy to commit
filing false documents. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges against
him. Zoom out: After a years-long investigation, Trump and 18 others
were charged in August with criminal racketeering over their alleged
efforts to subvert the 2020 election results in Georgia.

Since August, four of the co-defendants have accepted plea deals in the
case. A spokesperson for Willis did not immediately respond to Axios'
request for comment Thursday.

Go deeper: Fani Willis predicts Georgia election case could go into
early 2025

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