A bankruptcy judge gave Rudy Giuliani the green light to seek a new trial to challenge the $148 million defamation verdict won by two Georgia election workers after Rudy got railroaded by an Obama judge and was unable to present any evidence at trial.
Last month Rudy Giuliani filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection one day after Obama-appointed Judge Beryl Howell ordered immediate enforcement of Georgia election workers Ruby Freeman and Wandrea “Shaye” Moss’s $148 million judgment against him.
Judge Beryl Howell
According to Bloomberg, Giuliani listed $500 million in debts and between $1 million and $10 million in assets.
The bankruptcy filing put the litigation on hold and now the judge is allowing Giuliani to seek a new trial to challenge the outrageous $148 million judgment.
“He’s currently suspended from the practice of law, so he can’t earn income right now as a lawyer,” Giuliani’s lawyer Gary Fischoff said, according to Reuters. “There’s no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, and the debtor is going to give full disclosure.”
Excerpt from Reuters:
A U.S. bankruptcy judge on Friday gave Rudy Giuliani limited
Source: The Gateway Pundit