DOJ Urged To Investigate Election Software Plot

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports:

Election security advocates called for federal investigations Tuesday of a “coordinated plot” by former President Donald Trump’s supporters to copy election software in Georgia, Michigan and Nevada after the 2020 election.

The request urged Jack Smith, the U.S. Department of Justice’s special counsel investigating Trump, to pursue the multistate data-copying effort as part of his probe into the former president’s attempts to stay in power after losing the election.

“Specifically, we are writing regarding the multi-state plan, directed and funded by attorneys for Donald Trump—including Sidney Powell, Lin Wood, and Jesse Binnall—to access voting systems and obtain and distribute copies of voting system software unlawfully,” the letter said.

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