Fulton County Ethics Board Will No Longer Hear Complaints Against Fani Willis Over Her Romance With Wade

by Gee NY

A scheduled ethics hearing regarding complaints against Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has been canceled.

The latest turn of events signals a twist in the ongoing saga surrounding her relationship with Nathan Wade, a special prosecutor involved in the election interference case linked to former President Trump.

Initially slated for Thursday, March 7, the Fulton County Board of Ethics was set to address two complaints against Willis, stemming from her romantic involvement with Nathan Wade.

Concerns were raised about a potential conflict of interest given the nature of their relationship.

However, an updated meeting agenda revealed that the board has determined it lacks jurisdiction over Willis, who holds a state constitutional office.

This decision comes amidst heightened scrutiny over allegations of improper conduct and misuse of taxpayer funds.

One of the complaints was filed by Fulton County resident Steven Kramer, citing concerns over the financial burden on taxpayers to address what he deemed an “improper relationship” between Willis and Wade. Another complaint, lodged by internet talk show host Gregory Mantell, alleged multiple violations of the Fulton County Ethics Code.

The cancellation of the ethics hearing comes amid broader investigations into Willis’s conduct, including a probe by a Republican-led state Senate committee.

As the controversy unfolds, the judge overseeing the election interference case is expected to rule soon on whether Willis and her office should be disqualified, potentially leading to significant implications for the prosecution’s future.

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