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Giuliani Claims Poll Workers Never Proved They Suffered ‘Emotional Harm’

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Rudy Giuliani filed an appeal against the $148 million defamation verdict in favor of Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, two former Georgia election workers.

Giuliani had circulated false claims alleging they tampered with votes in the 2020 election, resulting in numerous racist threats against them.

In his appeal, Giuliani argued Freeman and Moss played a “shell game” with the statute of limitations and “strategically cherry-picked” statements about emotional harm.

He also claimed they never proved at trial that they suffered emotional distress, undercutting the expert witness testimony about the impact on their reputations.

Giuliani is seeking a new trial or damages reassessment, and remains indebted to Hunter Biden and unpaid lawyers from past cases as well.

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