December 18, 2023
Rudy Giuliani, the former Mayor of New York during 9/11 and a former federal prosecutor, is the defendant in a defamation case brought by two 2020 election workers from Georgia whom he accused of ballot fraud. Giuliani was declared liable in the defamation case in August 2023 by Judge Beryl Howell after he repeatedly refused court orders to turn over evidence in the case to the plaintiffs. While a jury was used to determine damages in the case, Giuliani was denied a jury trial over the evidence. He claims that electronic evidence was seized and held by the FBI and he did not have access to it. He refused to testify on his own behalf, claiming the judge would jail him for contempt. A jury awarded $148 million to the plaintiffs, Ruby Freeman and her daughter Shaye Moss. The Sandy Hook cases against Alex Jones are similar to Giulian’s case as Jones was refused trials by jury and lost his cases by default because he failed to produce data and evidence required during the trial.
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