Officials from Mesa County, Colorado on Tuesday confirmed that local prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into the county clerk office after passwords of election equipments were published online from a recent security breach.
The Republican District Attorney of Mesa County, Dan Rubenstein and his office “obtained and executed search warrants” in order to process evidence for this investigation of how the security information was accessed. According to a report from The Washington Examiner.
A spokesman for the FBI Denver office told CNN on Tuesday that the FBI is also involved with this investigation.
Another separate ongoing investigation into this breach is by the Democrat Colorado Secretary of State, Jena Grinswold. This investigation implicated County Clerk Tina Peters and two others on Monday as responsible for the security breach.
This investigation alleges that Peters took images of the election equipment passwords from a county election server. It also alleges, two other potential suspects, Sandra Brown, an employee at Peters’ office, and Gerald Wood, who attended the county’s trusted build installation on its Dominion Voting Systems machines on May 25 despite not being unauthorized to be there.
Griswold has appointed Mesa County Treasurer Sheila Reiner to supervise the county’s elections and Peters and her staff “will take any and all lawful direction from Ms. Reiner and any other Secretary of State designee on any and all election matters,” Griswold’s office announced.
Peters has publicly asserted that it is very simple to over-tabulate votes fraudulently in favor of a preferred candidate and is also considered to be one of the whistleblowers to MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell who has filed lawsuits against Dominion and Smartmatic voting machine companies.
Lindell appeared on Steve Bannon’s War Room on Tuesday stating that Peters has “100% evidence” against Dominion Voting Systems that it deleted critical information regarding the 2020 election and is continually deleing similar information from voting machines across the country.
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