Skip to main content
WeLoveTrump.com may receive compensation from affiliate partners for some links on the site. Read our full Disclosure here.

What Did The Feds Seize During The Giuliani Raid?

A total of 18 electronic devices were taken by federal agents during the raid on the pro-Trump attorney's Manhattan apartment.


5,311 views

The Giuliani raid really upset a lot of people.

I am definitely one of them. True the man may have his faults, but in my opinion The F.B.I.raid on Rudy Giuliani’s home is nothing more than cheap political intimidation posing as an investigation.

Many point out that they spent A LOT of time on Giuliani and are now trying to investigate him for dealings in The Ukraine, but no such mention is ever made of Hunter Biden.

Now reports claim that 18 electronic devices were seized from Giuliani’s home, and I wonder what exactly are they looking for?

Take a look:

Daily Mail reported: 

The FBI seized 18 electronic devices when they raided Rudy Giuliani's New York City home and office last month, a newly unsealed court document reveals.

The devices that were seized from his Upper East Side home belonged to both Giuliani and those who worked for him, according to Manhattan Federal Court filing made public on Thursday.

It is not clear how many employees had devices seized.  

The unredacted version of the filing sheds new light on the FBI's investigative steps.

It detailed how agents had already obtained a secret search warrant back in 2019 for Giuliani's iCloud account.

Given that warrant, agents had already viewed some emails and text messages recovered from Giuliani's devices prior to the raid, according to the filing.

Agents seized both cell phones and computers during the April 28 early morning raid as part of an investigation into whether Giuliani's interactions with Ukraine violated US laws on lobbying for foreign powers.

Leftist CNN had this: 

The Justice Department acknowledges the overlap in the newly unredacted portion of the letter.

"Based on the Government's investigation to date, given the overlap in date range and because certain materials, including certain emails and text messages, were backed up to the iCloud accounts that were searched pursuant to these prior warrants, the Government expects that some, but not all, of the materials present on the electronic devices seized pursuant to the Warrants could be duplicative of the materials seized and reviewed pursuant to the prior warrants," it said.

DOJ is soon expected to file a reply to the Giuliani objections.
As part of the same investigation, agents last month also executed a search warrant at the home of Victoria Toensing, a lawyer and Giuliani ally.

Prosecutors said in the letter Giuliani and Toensing's status as lawyers shouldn't make them "above the law or immune to criminal investigation," and said search warrants executed on them late last month "were the result of an ongoing, multi-year grand jury investigation into conduct involving Giuliani, Toensing, and others."



We Love Trump
Thanks for sharing!
Send this to a friend