The FBI raided the homes of former New York City mayor and personal lawyer of Former President Trump this week. Many items were seized, including some electronic devices that Mr. Giuliani offered up to Feds himself. In an interview, Mr. Giuliani said the evidence was “exculpatory” of innocence for whatever crime the Biden administration is attempting to pin him with.
Police enter Rudy Giuliani's building. pic.twitter.com/D0ar34JEzS
— Pman-News (@DPoertsch) April 28, 2021
“I’ve known about this for two years. I could have destroyed the evidence, but I didn’t destroy the evidence because the evidence is exculpatory. It proves the president and I and all of us are innocent.
Among the crimes committed against him, he retains the warrant to raid his home was obtained illegally and his personal iCloud account was targeted, violating his Fourth Amendment rights.
Giuliani: They also got it from the icloud *gestures upwards* pic.twitter.com/meN4c0zG3D
— Acyn (@Acyn) April 30, 2021
The DOJ in late 2019 covertly obtained access to my iCloud and never notified me.
They invaded the attorney client relationship as we were defending against the phony impeachment.
These prosecutors violated the laws, not me.
If again, nothing is done, you could be next.
— Rudy W. Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) April 30, 2021
“The prosecutors, the Justice Department, spied on me, and if that is not taken seriously, if that doesn’t result in their being sanctioned, the case being dismissed, and it stopping, this is no longer a free country.
Meanwhile, the Former Mayor did acknowledge the “professional, apologetic, and polite” FBI agents tasked with raiding his home at the wee 6am hour. They did not act professionally, however, when they refused to take hard drives offered up by Giuliani taken from Hunter Biden’s laptop, despite their warrant to seize all of his electronic devices.
Rudy Giuliani tells Tucker Carlson that he offered FBI agents Hunter Biden's hard drives while they raided his residence, but they wouldn't take them pic.twitter.com/qxfWoM48XB
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 30, 2021
Giuliani’s legal defense of the illegality of the warrant is based on the fact they have no evidence, as required, to prove he was not willing to turn over anything they wanted.
Author: Ben Eckstein