Posted by on October 14, 2021 2:01 pm
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Georgia Judge Dismisses Fulton County 2020 Ballot Review Case

A judge in Georgia on Wednesday threw out a lawsuit from an election integrity group after state investigators said there was no evidence backing allegations of falsified ballots being included in the 2020 election count in Fulton County. Henry County Chief Judge Brian Amero said petitioners, including election watchdog Garland Favorito, did not have proper standing to pursue their case. Favorito and others had obtained scanned images of ballots and had an expert testify that there were discrepancies between the ballot count and that put forth by Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s risk-limiting audit. They asked to review the actual ballots. Amero agreed to unseal the ballots but postponed the review after Fulton County filed a motion to dismiss. The judge agreed, but let the case proceed against a group of individuals. That ultimately led to the decision Wednesday, where the judge said the petitioners lacked standing to proceed against those …

Originally appeared on The Epoch Times

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