Rudy Giuliani Served Indictment in Arizona ‘Fake Electors’ Case – EVOL

‘The final defendant was served moments ago,’ Arizona AG Kris Mayes said.

Arizona officials have served former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani with a notice of his indictment related to an alleged “fake electors” scheme to overturn the 2020 presidential election, according to Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes.

Mr. Giuliani is among 18 individuals indicted in Arizona’s ongoing investigation into an alleged scheme to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential election, though his name remains redacted in the indictment that charged them with various crimes, including fraud, forgery, and conspiracy.

Prosecutors had unsuccessfully tried for weeks to serve Mr. Giuliani with the indictment notice before finally catching up with the former mayor at his 80th birthday bash in Florida, according to Ms. Mayes.

“The final defendant was served moments ago,” the Arizona AG wrote in a post on X. “Nobody is above the law.”Ms. Mayes shared a screengrab of a since-deleted post from Mr. Giuliani taunting officials, stating that if they can’t find him by tomorrow morning, “they must dismiss the indictment” and “they must concede they can’t count votes.”Mr. Giuliani livestreamed footage from his 80th birthday bash on social media, in which he reiterated his conviction that the 2020 presidential election



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