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FANI IN FLAMES

HOLD THE PHONE: Cell Data Contradicts Key Element Of Fani Willis’ Testimony; Report

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.23.24

According to a Daily Caller report, cellphone data showing special prosecutor Nathan Wade visiting Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ neighborhood at least 35 times in 2021 seemingly contradicts key elements of Willis’ testimony on their relationship.

From The Daily Caller:

Former president Donald Trump’s attorney obtained cell phone records including voice and text history, as well as location data, for Wade’s phone, according to a new court filing. An analysis found “a minimum of 35 occasions when Mr. Wade’s phone connected for an extended period to either one of those towers in closest proximity” to Willis’ home address in Hapeville, Georgia, according to the affidavit of a criminal defense investigator who reviewed the records.

The data appears to contradict Willis’ denial that Wade ever spent the night at her place, and calls into question the timeline of when the relationship between Willis and Wade began. Both maintained the relationship began in 2022, but the phone records show Wade visiting Willis’ property multiple times in 2021.

It also appears to contradict Wade’s claim that he did not visit her condo more than 10 times.

Trump co-defendant Michael Roman accused Willis of improperly benefiting from appointing her romantic partner, Wade, through vacations he paid to take her on in a motion to dismiss her from the case in January. Judge Scott McAfee oversaw a hearing last week where defendants sought to prove she financially benefited.

This story is developing…

More over at The Daily Caller:

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