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Fani Willis Offers Pathetic Response to Cellphone Data That Proved She Lied in Court


But, earlier this month, Robin Yeartie, a former "good friend" and employee of Willis, testified under oath that their relationship began in 2019. Both Willis and Wade testified to the contrary, but last week, new court filings by Donald Trump's attorneys revealed cellphone data contradicted their testimony The data showed that Wade made at least 35 visits to Willis's neighborhood before she hired him, with several of those visits appearing to be overnight stays.

Fani Willis formally responded to the allegations in a new court filing, and it's as desperate as you could have predicted.

For starters, Willis's team seeks to have the evidence excluded from the case by deeming it inadmissable.

Supplemental Exhibit 38 contains both telephone records that have not been admitted into evidence and an affidavit and other documents containing unqualified opinion evidence. For the reasons set forth below, the Court must exclude Defendant Trump's inadmissible proposed Supplemental Exhibit 38 from consideration, or, at a minimum, it must also consider the State's rebuttal evidence that demonstrates the unreliability of the unqualified opinion evidence improperly introduced by Defendant Trump. 

Are you laughing yet? Well, there's more. After pages and pages were devoted to explaining why Willis's team thought the evidence should be excluded, the filing then went on to dispute the evidence directly.

Sort of. "But even if, in spite of all of these evidentiary deficiencies, the Court determines that it can still consider Defendant Trump's proposed Supplemental Exhibit 38, the phone records simply do not prove anything relevant," the filing claims. "The records do nothing more than demonstrate that Special Prosecutor Wade's telephone was located somewhere within a densely populated multiple-mile radius where various residences, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and other businesses are located."