January 6 Initial Findings Report Highlighting Fani Willis’ Deleted Communications with The J6 Committee Raise Legal Questions in Trump’s Fulton County Case

Monday’s release of the January 6 Initial Findings Report from the House Administration’s Subcommittee on Oversight revealed Liz Cheney selectively edited video played at the J6 Committee hearings. Cheney and the J6 Committee also shared videos with Fulton County DA Fani Willis. The J6 Committee deleted their communications with Fani Willis. Loomer Unleashed has repeatedly asked J6 Committee Member Jamie Raskin about the J6 Committee’s deletion of files and communications with Willis. Raskin has given snarky responses to our questions. Ironically, Raskin once implied to us that Liz Cheney could back him up on the fact that the J6 Committee did not delete their files and communications.  This leads to a more significant issue at hand. How can President Trump receive a fair trial in Fulton County without his defense team accessing Willis and the J6 Committee’s communications?

The January 6 Initial Findings Report reveals Liz Cheney was worried the J6 Committee’s witness transcripts would not convince the American people of their narrative that “Trump is an insurrectionist.” So, Liz Cheney decided to edit witness videos for the J6 Committee’s public hearings. The J6 Initial Findings report reads, “According to Representative Cheney, these video recordings were indispensable in the Select Committee’s efforts to convey their narrative.”

Liz Cheney, Jamie Raskin, and the J6 Committee deleted the original transcripts and video. The January 6 Initial Findings Report highlights the significant issues with this, “Without the full videos of these transcribed interviews and depositions, neither the Subcommittee nor the American public are able to review and understand the full context of video clips shown during the Select Committee’s hearings. A printed transcript does not convey emotion, movements, or voice inflections. If the Select Committee and Representative Liz Cheney thought the videos were so important, why did they refuse to archive them with the House Clerk?”

Cheney, Raskin, and the J6 Committee shared information with Fani Willis. On December 17, 2021, Willis requested that the J6 Committee send “recordings and transcripts of witness interviews and depositions, electronic and print records of communications, and records of travel.”

The J6 Committee gladly provided Willis with her requests, even meeting with her office multiple times. However, the J6 Committee deleted all their communications with Willis. On December 5, the House Judiciary Committee wrote a letter to Fani Willis asking for “documents relating to the investigative coordination between your office and the partisan January 6 Select Committee.” Willis has yet to provide the required information. 

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