Georgia District Judge Blocks Three Georgia Counties From Erasing or Altering Data On Voting Machines

 Prominent Attorneys Lin Wood and Sidney Powell were fighting multiple emergency court sessions on Sunday after they were told that the Dominion voting machines – used in the highly contested Georgia election – would be wiped cleaned today, Monday, November 30th.

Judge Batten Sr. ordered to block the counties of Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee from erasing or altering the data available on the Dominion voting machines used in the 2020 election.

The Plaintiffs in the civil action were Coreco Ja’Qan Pearson, Vikki Townsend Consiglio; James Kenneth Carroll; Carolyn Hall Fisher; Cathleen Alston Latham; and Brian Jay Van Gundy.

The civil action defendants were Governor Brian Kemp; Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger; David J. Worley; Rebecca N. Sullivan; Matthew Mashburn; and Anh Le.

It is worth noting the first two names listed as defendants in the civil action were Gov. Kemp and Secretary of State Raffensperger. Why would REPUBLICAN Governor Brian Kemp and REPUBLICAN Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger fight for the state’s right to wipe the servers clean?

The Plaintiffs requested the ability for their “expert(s) to inspect the Dominion voting machines in Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee Counties.” The Defence “counsel argued that allowing such forensic inspections would pose substantial security and proprietary/trade secret risks to Defendants.”

Coming prepared to fight the notion that this is an attempt to take protected company data, the counsel representing the plaintiffs argued that it would serve both parties to have “an order from the Court allowing Defendants’ OWN expert(s) to participate in the requested inspections, which would be video-recorded, and directing the experts to provide whatever information they obtain to the Court – and no one else – for an in-camera inspection.”

Judge Batten Sr granted the request by Lin Wood and Sidney Powell. The order gives the defendants until “Wednesday, December 2, at 5:00 p.m. EST, to file a brief.” Judge Batten ordered that the brief would require any “factual bases they have against allowing the three forensic inspections.”

Not only did the judge require the defendants to produce detailed facts for not allowing the forensic inspection of the Dominion voting systems, but he also stated that it “should be accompanied and supported by affidavits or other evidence.”

Until the defendants are able to get this information into the court, they are “enjoined and restrained from altering, destroying, or erasing, or allowing the alteration, destruction, or erasure of, any software or data on any Dominion voting machine in Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee Counties.”

The order gave the plaintiffs another big win by forcing the defendants to “promptly produce to [the] Plaintiffs a copy of the contract between the State and Dominion.”

Why would someone need to erase or alter the Dominion voting systems in an election that is less than a month old and is also highly contested? There aren’t many legal reasons that come to mind for wiping the servers before the official results of the election are announced.

The AP has crowned Joe Biden as President-elect, but that is not a legal title that the company has the authority to hand out. The AP doesn’t determine any election results, much less a highly contested Presidential election such as this.

The integrity of our elections should be the highest priority for every American. We do not have the rest of our freedoms if our elections are not free and fair.

Georgia District Judge Blocks Three Georgia Counties From Erasing or Altering Data On Voting Machines Georgia District Judge Blocks Three Georgia Counties From Erasing or Altering Data On Voting Machines Reviewed by CUZZ BLUE on December 01, 2020 Rating: 5

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