Fani Willis Terrified To Testify

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( – On Monday, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (D) stated that she would not testify in the investigation of the Republican Senate panel in Georgia. 

During an event where she received the endorsement of a number of Black religious leaders, Willis argued that the committee that was probing into her office did not have the authority to send a subpoena to her. Fox 5 reported that she had stated that she did not believe they had the right to send her a subpoena and that they needed to learn the law. 

She continued by arguing that she would not be appearing for anything illegal as she had not broken the law. She added that this is something she had said in front of the religious leaders as well and that she was sorry that everyone was getting treated equally. 

Willis is behind the election interference indictment of former President Donald Trump in Georgia. However, in recent weeks she has been making national headlines because of her personal relationship. Months after the indictment of the former President it was revealed that Willis had hired someone she was in a romantic relationship with to be a prosecutor on this case. 

In March a judge ruled that she could only stay in the case if special prosecutor Nathan Wade stepped down from this case. This led to Wade resigning. 

The state Senate is now probing into how the couple had used taxpayer dollars. As part of the investigation, they heard the testimony of County Commission Chair Robb Pitts who argued that the board did not have a lot of power over Willis’ spending.

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