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GrayManNumber333 8 points ago +9 / -1

So not a forensic audit with the aim to find possible criminal acts by govt employees?

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RobezTobez 4 points ago +4 / -0

There is already video evidence of that

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PorchLightOn 3 points ago +3 / -0

VoterGA has limited what they're asking for from the start; no examination of the machines themselves, no signature matching, no canvassing. They've asked for a visual and forensic inspection of the 145,000 absentee ballots; they've asked for the ballots to be scanned at 600 dpi (uncompressed files), and for the standard Dominion election reports that Fulton county uses to run elections.

They did have an expert witness testify this morning mentioning the use of UV and infrared light to do a forensic examination of the ballots. The judge doesn't want anyone but county clerk staff to physically touch the ballots, so next meeting on Friday is to figure out the logistics of how to do this.

Garland Favarito points out that they could ask to expand the scope of discovery later, based on what they find. Also, additional lawsuits could be filed to expand the scope. I know it's a narrow audit compared to AZ, but it can lead to important discoveries regardless, and it could be just another step.