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Fani Willis talked her way into Liability for Ethical/IRS/& Criminal violations (quite likely resulting in formal charges that will be resolved elsewhere) Perhaps she should have taken the 5th – Judge Joe Brown

Fani Willis talked her way into Liability for Ethical/IRS/& Criminal violations (quite likely resulting in formal charges that will be resolved elsewhere)  Perhaps she should have taken the 5th – Judge Joe Brown

Ms Fani Willis behaved in an embarrassingly unprofessional manner & acted a complete ass

Let us consider various points touching on what has transpired

This occurs in the very large context of the uniqueness of the events in American history

Never before has a former U.S. President been subject to such proceedings

Few times in U.S. history have there been such passions involved

This concerns matters that have garnered unprecedented national attention

She talked her way into Liability for Ethical/IRS/& Criminal violations (quite likely resulting in formal charges that will be resolved elsewhere)

Perhaps she should have taken the 5th

(It is strange that no one seems to have noticed the 5th Amendment concerns—especially as this touches the circumstances of a Chief Prosecutor)

Willis isn’t on trial—yet

To begin with

She should not have selected Wade in the 1st place

& Once objections had been broached it might have been wise to have conceded

Unfortunately politics has proven irreconcilable with rationality of late

Wade was appointed as a Special Prosecutor due to Willis’s evident bias against Mr Trump et al

He was appointed to insure objectivity & independence from the control of the Fulton Co office held by Ms Willis

The issue the Judge is considering is essentially this:

Should—one or both—the Fulton Co DA’s office & Wade be removed from the case

The heretofore concealed romantic relationship between Wade & Willis is a key element in the analysis

Other matters came to light in the process of proving an inappropriate personal relationship between Wade & Willis (that she had an ethical duty to disclose in any event)

An overriding concern that might not be apparent to laymen is something known as ‘The Appearance of Impropriety’

i.e. Even if nothing improper was done, it is extremely important to avoid any appearance that something wrong was done

This is a fundamental point of both Attorney & Judicial conduct

The Code of Ethics fundamentally precludes Wade’s appointment under the circumstances that have come to light

Those circumstances have revealed very troubling & suspect peripheral matters that might result in:

—Bar sanctions against Ms Willis for Ethical Violations

—IRS becoming very concerned with the nature of the unreported (& very taxable) cash transactions revealed by testimony—especially hers—& the record

—Various Criminal Agencies getting involved to investigate Criminal Activity gratuitously suggested by her testimony & statements

A great deal of what has developed would ordinarily border on irrelevant

In context with the circumstances of this situation these otherwise marginal matters have become quite material to issues of credibility/intent/propriety/etc

The arrogance demonstrated by Ms Willis has astonishingly led to the spectacle of the Chief Prosecutorial Officer for a major city incriminating herself in serious felony activity

Many are embroiled in debates over whether she is lying or telling the truth

Quite frankly it would be better for her personal prospects—relative to potential criminal liability & prosecution—if she were in fact lying

That would limit her exposure to various & sundry liabilities for perjury

(This is in light of the things her actions, testimony & the record as a whole have revealed)

You have to seriously question her continued suitability for service as an Officer of the Courts—let alone her fitness as Chief Prosecutorial Authority

Our society is very well acquainted with how Sexual misadventure has become the downfall of many …

This may be another addition to that long list

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