Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan has twice been pulled in for questioning by investigators with Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s Election Integrity Unit.
The full forensic audit of Maricopa County, completed in part by Cyber Ninjas and Doug Logan, discovered evidence of over 700,000 ballot discrepancies in Maricopa County alone.
Another recent investigation found an additional 740,000 ballots lacked chain of custody documentation in Maricopa County.
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For months, Attorney General Brnovich has been executing a criminal investigation into the fraudulent 2020 election. He has received mountains of evidence, including video footage of elections workers caught red-handed deleting files from the elections server before the audit began.
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Auditor, Doug Logan gave The Gateway Pundit a huge update on the Attorney General’s investigation.
Doug Logan: The attorney general appears to be doing a thorough investigation. I’ve talked with them twice, and I’m aware of quite a few other people they’ve reached out to and have interviewed. Last time I spoke with them they indicated that they were starting to wrap up the investigation, and we should have the results relatively soon.
Logan told us that his last meeting with investigators was on January 28th. He spoke with Special Agent Roger Geisler and multiple other special agents.
The results could not come sooner. Arizona State Representative and American Hero Mark Finchem recently introduced a resolution to set aside and decertify three 2020 county elections in Arizona. In response, House Speaker Rusty Bowers said this was unconstitutional, and he is now trying to stop it.
Republican Arizona Legislators Call For Decertification of False Election Results (VIDEO)
Contact Arizona State Legislators and urge them to support the decertification of Arizona’s fraudulent 2020 election.