According to a state investigator who spoke in court on Wednesday, former President Donald Trump, his former chief of staff Mark Meadows, and Rudy Giuliani are considered unindicted co-conspirators in the Michigan attorney general’s case against the state’s “fake electors” in the 2020 election.

Last year, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel accused 16 Republicans of forgery and conspiracy to commit election forgery. They were allegedly trying to replace Michigan’s electoral votes for Joe Biden with electoral votes for Trump during the vote certification on January 6, 2021.

At the preliminary examinations for the fake electors case on Wednesday, Howard Shock, a special agent for the attorney general’s office, testified that Jenna Ellis, a former attorney for Trump, is also an unindicted co-conspirator.

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Shock’s revelation came after Duane Silverthorn, a lawyer representing Michele Lundgren, one of the individuals referred to as fake electors, asked him some questions. “Did Silverthorn ask if former President Donald Trump finally arrived?” “Yes,” Shock said in court.

Ted Goodman, a political adviser to Giuliani, said in a statement that the former mayor of New York City is “proud to support the many Americans who have expressed valid concerns about the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election.”

“He will not allow himself to be intimidated or influenced into staying quiet by strongly biased individuals,” the statement said.

In October, Nessel dropped the charges against one of the people accused of being a fake elector. This was done in exchange for their cooperation in the case. The state is still trying to charge the other 15 defendants. The defendants have all stated that they are not guilty.

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