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Giuliani Told to Immediately Pay $148 Million to GA Election Workers

A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Rudolph W. Giuliani to immediately pay the $148 million he owes to Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, two former Georgia election workers, who he'd falsely accused of manipulating ballots after the 2020 election.

The decision by Judge Beryl A. Howell, who cited concerns that Giuliani might “conceal his assets” if he were allowed to wait, was the latest legal defeat for Giuliani stemming from his efforts three years ago to keep the defeated former President Donald J. Trump in office after the election. But it's unclear whether Giuliani has anywhere near the amount he owes, the New York Times reports. Freeman and Moss, who are mother and daughter, had asked Howell to waive the typical 30-day period given by court, because Giuliani had already failed to obey other legal orders in the case related to money owed and that he was being hounded by creditors and saddled by “significant debts threatening his personal solvency.”


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