Rudy Giuliani Served Indictment at 80th Birthday Party Amid Elections Case

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Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes confirmed that Rudy Giuliani, former personal attorney to President Trump, was indicted in connection with a case involving the 2020 election. This development unfolded during Giuliani’s 80th birthday celebration, marking him as the final defendant to be served among the 18 individuals charged in Arizona’s fake electors case.

Mayes emphasized the principle that “nobody is above the law,” responding to Giuliani’s now-deleted social media post, where he suggested that the indictment should be dismissed if authorities failed to locate him by the following morning.

Celebrating his milestone birthday, Giuliani took to social media to refute rumors of any disruption to his festivities. He shared images from the celebration, highlighting appearances by prominent figures such as Steve Bannon and Roger Stone.

While Giuliani’s political adviser Ted Goodman expressed confidence in their eventual vindication, the attorney general’s office confirmed that Giuliani faces charges akin to those of the other defendants, including conspiracy, fraud, and forgery.

The indictment alleges that Giuliani applied pressure on Arizona legislators and the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to manipulate the election outcome. Furthermore, he is accused of urging Republican electors in Arizona and six other states to cast their votes for Trump.

With Giuliani’s indictment, Arizona joins the list of states where individuals linked to the former president have been charged in connection with unfounded claims of voter fraud in the 2020 election.

Among the defendants are several Arizona Republicans and individuals who played significant roles in attempting to contest the election results. Notably, Trump himself was not charged, but he was mentioned as an unindicted co-conspirator in the case.

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