Maricopa County 2020 election auditor seeks emergency conference over release of security information

Maricopa County 2020 election auditor seeks emergency conference over release of security information


The consulting firm hired by the GOP-led Arizona Senate to conduct an audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County claims a document about security plans never should have been released by the Maricopa County Superior Court.

Florida-based Cyber Ninjas filed on Friday for an emergency status conference with county Judge Daniel Martin, claiming the court knew there was an agreement between the defendants and the plaintiffs, Democrats who filed the lawsuit in an effort to stop the audit over concerns about adherence to state election laws and regulations, not to release the exhibit, which included a description of preparations for a possible attack by antifa.

The filing was tweeted out by Nicole Valdes, a reporter with ABC 15 Arizona.

#BREAKING: #CyberNinjas file for emergency hearing after their security plans were made public, blames court for releasing.

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“Although the court had knowledge since 11:02am that the parties agreed that Exhibit D9 should be

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