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Turley ‘Astonished’ By Fani Willis’ Behavior, Prompts Audible ‘Wow’ From Fox News Host Bill Hemmer

FOX News legal analyst Jonathan Turley explains why he was “surprised” by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' actions, prompting an audible “wow” from Fox News host Bill Hemmer. Ta.

New court filings on Monday reveal that Nathan Wade's former law partner, Terrence Bradley, made statements on the stand that directly contradicted “numerous” conversations he had in private. became. Mr. Turley told Mr. Hemmer that he was surprised that Mr. Willis had not yet actively recused himself from prosecuting former President Donald Trump.

“Well, it was painful to watch,” Turley said after watching Bradley's testimony. “It had the look of a hostage tape where he just said, 'I don't know anything.' I couldn't hear anything. If I said anything, I didn't mean it. It’s not like I did it.”

“The problem is, it's getting worse every day. So this new filing has another attorney, a court official, saying, 'Look, I heard that testimony. But I was shocked to hear something quite clearly that was the exact opposite of what was said in court.''Then the situation arises for the judge where there is an ambiguous email. He's been very clear that this relationship started before Wade was hired, and now you have this other lawyer saying, “Oh, that was the same clarity I was hearing.'' That's what I'm saying. So how will the courts deal with this? asked Tarly.

New witness Cindy Lee Yeager said in conversations between August 2023 and January 2024 that Bradley and Willis began a relationship when they met in District Court continuation court in 2019. Mr. Wade claimed he was speaking. Educational conference. Mr. Yeager said Mr. Wade's former law partner testified that the couple's relationship was “in its final stages” by the time Mr. Willis ran for district attorney, according to submitted testimony. (Related article: Jonathan Turley criticizes modern journalism, says he has identified the main cause of the problem)

“What is abundantly clear is that the continued service of Mr. Wade and Mr. Willis is undermining their case, undermining their office, and that they are putting their own interests ahead of those of the public. That's the point,” Turley continued. “I'm very surprised they haven't stepped back. They have an independent professional duty to their office, rightly to the citizens of the county. The Court. Regardless of what they have done or will do, I do not believe they are responsible for it.”

“Wow,” Hemmer said. “We'll find out soon whether Cindy Lee Yeager will be tried in that court. Do you think that will happen or not? Will the judge allow it?”

“I'm just not sure. I wouldn't bet on that,” Turley replied. “I think this judge is ready to make a decision and this drip, drip, drip is going to have to stop. But it's on the record, so he might have to write it down. not.”

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