In 2023, AL Native Hanson issued a warning to Fani Willis, cautioning that things would return “ten times harder.”

In October 2023, Arthur Hanson, a native of Alabama, was indicted for leaving a threatening voicemail on a government customer service phone. The voicemail was directed at District Attorney Fani Willis, who had indicted Donald Trump on racketeering charges related to the 2020 election. The Justice Department released a statement regarding this incident.

In his voicemail, Hanson mentioned a variety of phrases.

“Watch it when you’re going to the car at night, when you’re going into your house, watch everywhere that you’re going; there’s gonna be moments when you’re gonna be vulnerable; when you charge Trump on that fourth indictment, anytime you’re alone, be looking over your shoulder; what you put out there, it comes back at you ten times harder, and don’t ever forget it.”

Ironically, one of the things Hanson predicted has now manifested: “it comes back at you ten times harder.” According to a report by The Guardian on January 19, 2024, DA Willis is facing criticism over allegations of an inappropriate relationship with Nathan Wade, a prosecutor associated with Trump.

In divorce proceedings, Wade’s wife submitted credit card statements that listed Willis as a travel companion on two different trips with him. The New York Times reported that Wade filed for divorce on November 2, 2021, which was the day after he started working with Willis and her office.

The Guardian article provided more details about one of the journeys Wade and Willis embarked on. According to the publication, “…”


The first trip, dated 4 October 2022. Wade paid for a ticket for himself and for Willis. Separately, on the same date and without any names attached, the statement shows Wade’s credit card was used to make two purchases with Royal Caribbean Cruises, for $1,284 and $1,387.

According to a recent report by Politico, Wade’s wife issued a subpoena to Willis, requesting his testimony in court on January 23, 2024, as part of her divorce proceedings with Wade. However, Willis contested the subpoena and emerged victorious.

Last week, a judge ordered Willis to respond to the allegations, and she has agreed to do so by February 2, 2024. According to CBS News, Willis has paid Wade over $650,000 over several years to work on Trump’s case.

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