Bombshell Witness Comes Forward

( – In an intricate web of legal maneuvers, a second witness emerged in a recent court filing and asserted that Terrence Bradley, Nathan Wade’s former law partner, made statements in private conversations that were inconsistent with his sworn testimony.

This revelation adds another layer of complexity to the legal proceedings.

According to a court document presented by Trump co-defendant Cathy Latham’s attorneys alleged that Bradley shared information about Wade’s relationship with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis in conversations with former adjunct professor Manny Arora between September and October 2023.

During his statement Bradley claimed he could “not recall,” nor did he have no memory of specific details of Wade’s relationship with Willis, which included its start.

However the filing suggested that Bradley had previously provided such details to Latham. Bradley’s response to texts from defense attorney Ashleigh Merchant confirmed the start of the relationship was met with a claim of speculation.

In the same order of ideas Bradley informed Arora that Wade initiated a relationship with Willis during her 2019-2020 campaign for district attorney. Additionally, Bradley mentioned Wade’s oversight of Willis’ transition team which involved staff hiring and firing.

The filing stated, “Mr. Bradley stated that he had personal knowledge of the relationship between Mr. Wade and district attorney Willis, including details regarding the use of Ms. Robin Yeartie’s apartment, such as Mr. Wade’s having a garage opener on the property.”

In a prior hearing on the motion to disqualify Willis, Bradley evaded questions and alluded to attorney-client privilege. However, Judge Scott McAffee later determined that certain communications between Bradley and Wade were not protected which led to Bradley to testify again.

Trump co-defendant David Shafer’s attorneys told McAfee that Cindi Lee Yeager co-chief deputy for the Cobb County District Attorney’s Office, may provide testimony to contradict Bradley’s statements during the trial.

Following closing arguments McAfee expressed his intent to rule on the motion to disqualify Willis within two weeks.

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