Fani Willis’ sham indictment against Donald Trump is on the rocks.
It’s becoming more apparent every day that Willis only brought this case for political reasons.
And Fani Willis got caught hiding this evidence that proved Trump’s innocence.
ABC News got their hands on proffer videos from Trump lawyers Jenna Ellis, Sidney Powell, and Ken Chesebro.
All three pleaded guilty to minor crimes in the RICO indictment against Trump and 18 co-defendants, none of which involved the underlying racketeering conspiracy alleged by Willis.
The videos were good news for Trump since they showed Powell telling prosecutors that he honestly believed he won the election and that Ellis had nothing but hearsay testimony to offer.
After the videos leaked, Willis sought a protective order which would allow her not to turn over any more videos to the defense.
Instead, lawyers would have to watch them in a secure location of her choosing.
Willis falsely claimed that the Trump team leaked the videos as an act of witness intimidation.
“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.
During the hearing, Jonathan Miller – attorney for defendant Mya Hanson – revealed that he was the one who leaked the videos.
“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 stated.
Miller explained that he leaked the videos because they contained evidence that exonerated his client and that he believed the public had a right to know.
“The judge, of course, naturally asked why he decided to do that. And he said that he believed that two of the defendants, two of the people actually who pleaded guilty, had to do with his client, and actually helped his client, and he basically said that he believed that the public had a right to know,” NBC News’ Blayne Alexander reported.
Willis wants to put the kibosh on any more evidence getting out into the public because she knows that the more the American people learn about her case, the more they will reject it as a political ploy to boost Joe Biden in the 2024 election.