The New York Times reports:
Newly released videos show allies of former President Donald J. Trump and contractors who were working on his behalf handling sensitive voting equipment in a rural Georgia county weeks after the 2020 election.
One such incident took place on Jan. 7 of last year, the day after supporters of Mr. Trump stormed the Capitol, when a small team traveled to rural Coffee County, Ga.
The group included members of an Atlanta-based firm called SullivanStrickler, which had been hired by Sidney Powell, a lawyer advising Mr. Trump who is also a conspiracy theorist.
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Videos show allies of Donald Trump and contractors who were working on his behalf handling sensitive voting equipment in a Georgia county weeks after the 2020 election. It was not immediately clear what, if anything, was done with any data. https://t.co/AZBcY7c5JR
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 20, 2022
Video reveals for first time what happened inside Coffee County, GA elections office on Jan. 7, 2021.
Among those seen: Cathy Latham, who is under criminal investigation for posing as a fake Trump elector.https://t.co/6YXatbCTmv
— Zachary Cohen (@ZcohenCNN) September 20, 2022
On 1/18/21, Doug Logan was seen on camera entering the elections office in Coffee County, Ga., site of an alleged voting equipment breach.
A week later, the $422,750 mortgage he took out in 2017 on his Sarasota, Fla. home was paid off.
Logan has 12 kids. https://t.co/IPeFC62Dm9
— Chris Anderson (@ChrisA0213) September 9, 2022