Rudy Giuliani Surrenders for Election Interference Charges: Latest Updates

Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani expected to surrender on election interference charges Wednesday – WSB-TV Channel 2 – Atlanta

Rudy Giuliani surrendered in Atlanta for booking as part of an investigation into his role in attempting to overturn the 2020 Georgia election. The former New York City mayor, known for spreading baseless claims about the election being stolen from Donald Trump, now faces 13 felony counts as part of a recently revealed racketeering indictment. Ironically, Giuliani, who previously utilized the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization law as a prosecutor, now finds himself as a defendant in a RICO case.

Giuliani’s response to the indictment has been to call it “an affront to American Democracy.” He expressed confidence in defending himself and claimed that he is protecting the rights of all Americans, as he did during his time as a United States attorney.

Notably, Giuliani had previously made false statements about Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, who were involved in Fulton County’s 2020 election. In a turn of events, he conceded in a court filing that his accusations against them were false. Consequently, Freeman and Moss have filed a defamation lawsuit against Giuliani. Additional defendants have also surrendered to Fulton County authorities in connection with this case. Furthermore, former President Donald Trump is expected to be booked in Atlanta as well.

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