The Arizona Forensic Audit Team stated that Maricopa County was deleting subpoenaed records during their 10 day-long summary report.
Investigative Ben Cotton presented the IT results of the audit of 2020 Maricopa County Elections Results. He pointed out that the files had been deleted by election officials the day before they were due to be turned over to the auditors.
This could be considered a criminal offense.
Cotton pointed out that Cotton’s team was capable of identifying the time stamps to determine when files were removed or altered by Maricopa County officials.
Ben Cotton: “We have captured screenshots of Maricopa County people at the keyboards during those time periods.”
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At the 3:30 mark you can see Cotton’s remarks.
Maricopa County officials gave evidence before the US House Committee on Thursday.
Rep. Andy Biggs (R.AZ), grilled the corrupt Maricopa County officials on Thursday during a hearing at Capitol Hill.
Biggs asked Maricopa officials to explain why they removed 2020 election data form the Dominion electoral equipment, after it had been subpoenaed and reviewed by the Arizona State Senate.
Jack Sellers is ChairmanIt is a fact that there are limited servers available. If you plan to run an additional election, you will need more space.
Decertify now pic.twitter.com/cNtbtaYHn0
— Josh Barnett for Congress (AZ-06) (@BarnettforAZ) October 7, 2021
It doesn’t work that way, Jack.
Are these officers being investigated by the Criminal Investigations Division of the Attorney General?