Fani Willis' relationship with Nathan Wade could affect Trump case

 January 21, 2024

Not long ago, there was a time when many legal experts believed that the highest chances of former President Donald Trump being convicted in his numerous indictments would be the one out of Georgia. 

While Trump's lawyers have worked overtime to protect their client using all available legal avenues, they might have caught a massive break thanks to Fulton County DA Fani Willis' recent bombshell news.

Willis has been accused of having a romantic relationship with Nathan Wade, a prosecutor in charge of the Georgia Trump case.

Not only that, she's been accused of paying him significantly above his pay grade, among other possible corrupt acts.

Questions raised

The revelation of Willis' alleged relationship with Wade came about after one of the 19 co-defendants in Trump's indictment, Michael Roman, made the allegation in court filings.

Since then, so many questions have been raised regarding the relationship between the two and how egregiously out of bounds it is -- and how it might affect the case against Trump.

BBC noted:

In early January, Mr Roman filed a motion accusing Ms Willis of engaging in an "improper, clandestine personal relationship" with Mr Wade.

He claimed this had resulted in "the special prosecutor, and, in turn, the district attorney, profiting significantly from this prosecution at the expense of the taxpayers".

Willis has already played the race card -- a sign to many that she's desperate. She believes Wade -- and herself -- were targeted because of their skin color.

But recent divorce filings have seemed to indicate that Wade was getting paid. A lot. For experience he didn't have. And it funded all types of vacations and lavish living.

This week, the situation took a turn for the worse for Willis and Wade, thanks to Wade's estranged Wife Jocelyn Wade.

Documents filed

Jocelyn Wade procured documents and receipts showing Nathan's new way of living.

BBC noted:

On Friday, documents filed in the divorce case of her alleged lover, Nathan Wade, suggested he also paid for lavish trips on Ms Willis' behalf while the case was underway.

Receipts provided by his ex-wife, Joycelyn Wade, appear to show that he paid for her to travel to Miami and San Francisco. It is unclear whether he was reimbursed for the payments.

While Trump has long said that Willis should be dismissed and the case trashed, he and his lawyers now have serious ammo to possibly make that happen.

Only time will tell if Trump has anything to worry about in Georgia, but with the daily developments regarding Willis and Wade, he might already be able to see the light at the end of that tunnel.

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