February 27, 2024 – Terrence Bradley testifies again about text messages and conversations he had re the Willis/Wade affair

In Email/Dossier/Govt Corruption Investigations by Katie Weddington

Terrence Bradley testifies a second time on February 27, 2024. (Credit: Rumble clipping)

Terrence Bradley, Nathan Wade’s former law partner and divorce lawyer, allegedly told Trump co-defendant Michael Roman’s attorney outside of court that Fani Willis and Nathan Wade had sex at the law office she was renting before she was Fulton County District Attorney.

(…) Attorney Ashleigh Merchant made this bombshell revelation during her examination of Bradley in the third hearing on a Motion to Disqualify Fani Willis from the RICO case against Trump and 18 co-defendants. Merchant asked Bradley if it’s true that Fani Willis had sex with Nathan Wade at her private law office before she was District Attorney and before Wade was hired to lead the prosecution.

Watch a replay of Bradley’s full testimony earlier here.

The Gateway Pundit reported earlier on text messages that Bradley sent to Roman’s attorney, Ashleigh Merchant, where he said that Fani Willis and Nathan Wade “absolutely” started a relationship before Willis’s office hired Wade.

He further told Merchant via text message, “They will deny it.”

Despite having text message receipts, Bradley repeatedly claimed that he did not remember any conversations he had with Wade or what messages he sent to Merchant.

Roughly 30 minutes into the hearing, Bradley agreed with Merchant that Fani Willis had a meeting at Bradley’s office before she was District Attorney, and Nathan Wade was present “in the back” at the office. Merchant then asked if Bradley remembers “telling me about them spending time together at her law office before she took the job” as DA. Bradley responded, “I don’t recall,” before Merchant asked if he knew that Fani Willis rented an office from Nathan Wade’s personal attorney in this matter, Andrew Evans.

After an objection and Bradley’s attempt to dodge the question, he admitted that he knew she “rented an office from the Evans.”

“Do you remember telling me that Mr. Wade and Ms. Willis would rendezvous at that office?” Merchant asked before the attorneys interrupted with another objection.

After another attempt to dodge the question and more objections from Bradley’s attorney, the Judge ultimately ruled that knowledge of an encounter at the office was not hearsay if the information came from Nathan Wade, himself. Bradley then admitted, “Any knowledge that I would have received would have come from my client [Nathan Wade] at the time.”

However, Bradley claimed that he did not recall what he learned from Nathan Wade and that he only had one conversation with Wade about their relationship. “I do recall knowing that they would– that he would go down to the office or had been down to the office, but I couldn’t tell you in what capacity or when or any of that,” said Bradley.

Apparently, during one of these visits to Fani Willis’s office, Nathan Wade had sex with her, according to messages received by Merchant. But Bradley repeatedly claimed that he doesn’t “remember [Wade] saying that,” while dodging the question, “It’s possible he did say that?”

Merchant then asked, “Do you recall that he had a garage door opener to either a house or a condo or something like that of Ms. Willis’s?” Bradley could not give a definitive answer as to whether or not he had knowledge of this or made it up in a conversation with Merchant. (Read more: Gateway Pundit, 2/28/2024)  (Archive)