The Republican attorney general of Arizona said his investigators found just one dead voter after investigating results from a partisan review of the 2020 election.
Cyber Ninjas, the controversial company that carried out an audit of Arizona votes in the 2020 presidential election, has shut down.
Former Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan refuses to turn over public records in the controversial audit of the 2020 Maricopa County vote.
QAnon conspiracy theorist Doug Logan is demanding a "clear" ruling on the records that he aims to appeal.
Cyber Ninjas has shut its doors, but court is still demanding hidden public records in "fraudit" over Donald Trump's election loss.
Judge had just announced daily $50,000 fines against the Ninjas until records are released to The Arizona Republic.
The election auditors missed 16,000 votes in a single sample, according to experts analyzing their work — who added that the undertaking was "laughable."
Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan says a memo circulating in right-wing media isn't from him.
“They’re in it for the money,” said Republican Grant Woods.
The draft also reportedly found that Biden won Maricopa County by a larger margin than official election results showed.