In communications released today, Georgia State Representative Charlice Byrd announced that she had become aware of certain funds in Fani Willis' hands that made her ineligible to take office following her election in 2020.
Rep. Byrd sent letters to both Gov. Kemp and Secretary of Atty. Gen Chris Carr advising them of her findings and insisting Kemp remove her from office and that Carr undertake an investigation and potential prosecution of the matter. (Copies below.)
Perhaps even more troubling, Willis' swore an Oath stating that she was not the holder of any monies owed the State of Georgia. Ms. Byrd has discovered that Willis has has outstanding fees/fines accruing since 2018 and yet went ahead and ran for office and upon winning the election, sworn an Oath despite the fact that she was in fact holding monies due the state.
Sources point out that Willis conduct may have violated several Georgia laws and say swearing a false Oath can have serious consequences. Should it be found that a person is guilty of "false swearing" O.C.G.A. § 16-10-71 states: "A person convicted of the offense of false swearing shall be punished by a fine of not more than $1,000.00 or by imprisonment for not less than one nor more than five years, or both."
View ore download copies of Rep. Byrd's letters below: