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Jury Hammers Rudy Giuliani with $150 Million Judgment in Defamation Case

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Washington D.C.’s hopelessly biased federal jury strikes again.

On Friday afternoon the jury in a defamation trial brought against Rudy Giuliani by two Georgia election workers, Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, returned a verdict ordering him to pay the mother/daughter duo nearly $150 million.

Ruby Freeman received a settlement of approximately $16,171,000 in damages for defamation, and a further $20 million in damages for emotional distress. Shaye Moss received about $16,998,000 in defamation damages and $20,000,000 for emotional distress. Both plaintiffs were also awarded punitive damages of $75 million by the jury.

Giuliani, who had not responded to certain parts of Freeman and Moss’ lawsuit, was found liable for defamation this summer. In their lawsuit, the mother and daughter claimed that Giuliani had singled out them when he falsely accused Georgia of tampering with ballots. They also said their safety was in danger.

The jury determined that Giuliani made false statements, but this does not necessarily mean they were untrue. According to Fox News legal expert John Yoo, the punitive damages are many times higher than what the Plaintiffs asked for. However, they may be reduced on appeal.

Giuliani, who was involved in the release of Hunter Biden’s computer and its contents, has likely been targeted by the government for harassment and lawfare more than any other Donald Trump associate since Joe Biden took office in January 2021.

Giuliani, who was visibly emotional, spoke to reporters in front of the courthouse. He said he has no regrets about his actions and vowed to appeal.

Freeman and Moss gave emotional testimony over two days about the harassment and threats they received when Giuliani and others including former president Donald Trump began to attack them. The jury heard how the lies affected their professional and personal lives, including the loss of jobs, communities, and their identities.

Moss said in a testimony on Tuesday, “I feel trapped under the boot of someone else’s power. I feel helpless and I can’t do anything. The only thing around me are lies.”

Freeman, who testified a day after the incident, appeared visibly shaken when various threats were shown to jurors. She tried to keep back tears while reading some of them aloud.

“Pack your s–t. They are coming for you. I’m not far behind. I’m coming for you also. Trash will be taken to the street in bags,” one of the messages read.

It’s a shame that Giuliani has to pay for the unhinged rantings by keyboard warriors, who thought it was cool to send the messages to the pair.

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