BREAKING: Cyber Ninjas Releases Response to Maricopa County’s Audit Analysis — Liz Harrington Points Out Damning Findings

Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan

Cyber Ninjas has issued a new report to Maricopa County in response to the County’s audit “analysis”.

Cyber Ninjas: Maricopa County continues to purposely mislead Arizonans and the American public about the nature of audit findings, and the impact they had on the 2020 General Election. Their response renames and redefines audit findings so the claim can be made that the findings are false, includes logical sounding arguments that simply don’t add up, and is completely devoid of any supporting evidence. The following response to their review continues to refute their baseless claims with evidence and citations.

Maricopa County has relied on the bogus fact checks on their website and by the fake news media to “debunk” many but not all claims by the Arizona Senate auditors.

The Gateway Pundit reported on an encounter with one of the propagandist fact-checkers, attempting to slander our work and the work of auditors.

BREAKING: Over 284,000 Ballots, or 1 Out of Every 10th Maricopa County Ballot, Lacked Evidence That It Was the Original Ballot Received



One of the major questions that remain unanswered is, why was a script with over 37,000 log-in queries anonymously executed to delete security logs from election day, on March 3rd?

Maricopa County continues to dodge this question but the Senate auditors have acquired photographic evidence of this activity and the user who did it.

AZ Audit Member Ben Cotton Reveals Significant Internet Activity by Dominion Software Including Several Entries to FOX News in January 2020 (VIDEO)

Cyber Ninjas reports,


The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors stated the following in response to the Audit report concerning the County’s failure to preserve the operating logs on the EMS server “The system automatically logs all actions taken on the equipment. These logs are configured according to factory settings and have a storage limit of 20 megabytes.” This statement ignores the crux of the finding. FAILURE TO PROPERLY RETAIN LOGGED DATA

Maricopa county had full administrative authorities over the configuration and maintenance of the logging functions and the log retention duration operations. To claim that the reason the log data was not retained because the log size default setting was only 20MB is disingenuous at best when the county had the full control to properly modify this setting to ensure that the logged data was properly retained. The retention period for these log artifacts should have been for twenty-two (22) months but wasn’t. INTENTIONAL EXECUTION OF SCRIPTS TO DELIBERATELY ENSURE THAT LOG ENTRIES WERE NOT RETAINED

The response by Maricopa County does not address the fact that a user leveraging the emsadmin account deliberately and purposely executed a script that checked the accounts for duplicate passwords 38,478 times. This deliberate execution of the script occurred over three days, specifically on 2/11/2021 there were 462 log entries overwritten, on 3/3/2021 there were 37,686 log entries overwritten, and on 4/12/2021 there were 330 log entries overwritten. Given that the Maricopa County knew that the setting on the log retention was limited to 20MB, the act of executing these scripts had the effect of deliberated ensuring that the Windows security logs covering the dates of the general election would not be available for review.

All evidence has been turned over to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and it now lies on him to investigate these crimes and save our Republic.

Contact Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich HERE, and demand a full criminal investigation with immediate arrests.

Contact AG Mark Brnovich

Read the full response by Cyber Ninjas below.


Cyber Ninjas Response – Mar… by Jordan Conradson

Liz Harrington outlined many key points on her Twitter thread.

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Jordan Conradson, formerly TGP’s Arizona correspondent, is currently on assignment in Washington DC. Jordan has played a critical role in exposing fraud and corruption in Arizona's elections and elected officials. His reporting on election crimes in Maricopa County led to the resignation of one election official, and he was later banned from the Maricopa County press room for his courage in pursuit of the truth. TGP and Jordan finally gained access after suing Maricopa County, America's fourth largest county, and winning at the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Conradson looks forward to bringing his aggressive style of journalism to the Swamp.

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