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BREAKING: Former Democrat Lawmaker Sues Fani Willis!

It looks like corrupt DA Fani Willis had landed herself in even more legal trouble.

This time, she’s begin sued by a former Democrat lawmaker, Georgia Rep. Mesha Mainor.

Check out the breaking news:

Mesha Mainor, originally a Democrat, is a Georgia House representative for the Democrat stronghold of Atlanta.

She made waves back in July when she switched parties to Republican.

Per Newsweek:

Mainor, who in 2020 was elected by a large margin by constituents of House District 56 in the Democratic stronghold of Atlanta, made headlines last July when she switched parties and officially became a Republican—saying at the time that she was no longer morally comfortable in complying with Democrats‘ “left-wing radicalism, lawlessness, and putting the interests of illegal aliens over the interest of Americans.”

Back in 2019, Rep. Mainor became a victim in a years-long criminal stalking case. Now, she alleges that Fani Willis failed in her duties to protect her from her former associate-turned-stalker.

She says that Willis, as DA, mishandled the stalking case and is suing for both financial and emotional damages.

Fox 5 Atlanta has more details:

The lawsuit alleges that Commissioner Arrington, a close associate of Monson, wielded undue influence within the District Attorney’s Office, circumventing policies and negotiating plea deals, compromising the legal process.

Arrington’s alleged actions favored Monson, allowing him to plead guilty to a misdemeanor instead of a felony and conspiring to have the judge removed from the case.

After recorded phone calls between Arrington and Monson surfaced, Arrington resigned as Monson’s attorney in December 2020, leaving Willis responsible for adjudication.

According to the lawsuit, DA Willis failed to properly investigate Monson’s charges and offered lenient plea deals inconsistent with policies and victim rights laws.

Mainor accuses Willis of intentionally dismissing legitimate claims against Monson, showing deference to Arrington, neglecting to prosecute Monson’s probation violations, and ignoring Arrington’s biased relationship with Superior Court judges.

Mainor filed complaints against Arrington with the State Bar of Georgia and the Fulton County Ethics Board, citing numerous ethics violations. However, the Board reportedly dismissed the complaint without holding Arrington accountable.

Mainor is seeking justice for the emotional and financial damages caused by the alleged misconduct.


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