Day 2 of Disqualification: Fulton County Attacks


We continue our reporting on the ongoing saga in Fulton County to disqualify District Attorney Fani Wade and Special Prosecutor Nathan Wade.

Yesterday morning, on the first day of evidence, the State desperately tried to prevent Special Prosecutor Wade’s divorce lawyer, Terrence Bradley, from testifying. The State failed. Mr. Bradley briefly testified yesterday and returned to the stand today, where he shielded Wade from scrutiny by repeatedly asserting the attorney-client privilege concerning his knowledge of Wade’s affair with DA Willis.

The official position of the Fulton County District Attorney is that the “romantic relationship” between Willis and Wade began in early 2022. Bradley refused to disclose any facts that were contrary to the 2022 start date, stating he could not divulge anything he knew about the relationship because he learned it during his representation of Wade.

Mr. Bradley did everything in his power to shelter Nathan Wade. And in return, the State tried to torch Mr. Bradley’s reputation.

Las Vegas News Magazine

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