Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis keeps seeing her case against Donald Trump implode.
Willis is growing desperate.
And now a Judge just made Fani Willis’ dream come true.
Fani Willis continues to demonstrate that her RICO indictment against Donald Trump and 18 other co-defendants is nothing more than a thinly disguised attempt to interfere in the 2024 election and to build her name for a future statewide run for office in Georgia.
The latest piece of evidence came when Willis filed for a protective order to keep certain evidence secret from the public after ABC News obtained videos of the proffer sessions from Trump attorney Ken Chesebro, Jenna Ellis, and Sidney Powell, which were made as part of their plea deals.
“These confidential video recordings were not released by the State to any party other than the defendants charged in the indictment, pursuant to the discovery process as required by law. The release of these confidential video recordings is clearly intended to intimidate witnesses in this case, subjecting them to harassment and threats prior to trial, constitutes indirect communication about the facts of this case with co-defendants and witnesses, and obstructs the administration of justice, in violation of the conditions of release imposed on each defendant,” Willis’ motion read.
The contents of the videos completely destroyed Willis’ case, as Powell confirmed that President Trump legitimately believed he won the 2020 election and contested the results on the good faith advice of counsel.
ABC News also showed that Ellis had nothing but hearsay testimony to offer and couldn’t directly implicate Trump.
During a hearing over the protective order, Jonathan Miller, the attorney for co-defendant Misty Hanson, announced that he was the one who leaked the video because he believed it exonerated his client and that the public had a right to know that Willis lacked any evidence to bring forth in this case.
“I can go to sleep well tonight, Judge. I did release those videos to one outlet, and in all candor, I need the court to know that,” Miller declared.
Judge McAfee then granted Willis her protective order to try and help her shield from the public that her case is a farce by allowing the prosecution to keep evidence like videos of proffer sessions secret.