(19 tweets) Earlier today, Patrick Byrne hopped on a live stream to discuss the latest "forensic report" released by Tina Peters' camp. I'll cover the report in a few days, but for now, I'd like to focus on the new details he mentioned about how the Mesa Co. forensic images were made.. https://t.co/Ai7Uzrhv3b
(22 tweets) I have to break Twitter hiatus for this. The indictment is up: https://lede-admin.coloradosun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/15/2022/03/Indictment.pdf
(6 tweets) Your regular reminder that Doug Gould, the “cybersecurity expert” that has now released two reports on the stolen Mesa election system images has a website and it’s…special.
(7 tweets) Of course things like this happen when I decide to spend less time on Twitter during the day so I can get actual work done https://twitter.com/KyleClark/status/1491162276375973891
(11 tweets) Of course Mark Cook and Shawn Smith were involved.
(9 tweets) Ashe Epp, co-founder of USEIP - a vigilante election fraud investigation group - has a new post up where she discusses the search of Tina Peters and the recently filed lawsuit against the CO SoS.
(34 tweets) New thread: I found a link to the data that was provided to the cyber experts at Lindell's Cyber Symposium. The data includes all of the "pcaps" supplied by Dennis Montgomery...I may look at that later, but for now I'll be focusing on the "new data" that was provided. https://twitter.com/get_innocuous/status/1427854260373311494
(7 tweets) This video is incorrect. Lindell alleges Dominion "removes these modules of the 2020 election...illegally"
(5 tweets) Lots to unpack in this article, but one thing stood out: two of Tina Peters staff members that have been implicated in the Mesa leaks were present at the rally.
(11 tweets) Some updates to this: "z" is likely Ron Watkins (ht @kskoglund).
(12 tweets) I was cycling through Telegram channels tonight when I spotted this peculiar gem: Nick Moseder, who is an election truther influencer that gained a following covering the NH audit, forwarded a message purporting to be from Josh Merritt that contained a bunch of juicy screenshots. https://t.co/ADV1NzTPpI
(9 tweets) I've been reviewing the image, and I've found quite a few indications that the build was prepared on 4/27 on a Dell R640, and then on 5/25 - the same day of the update - restored to a Dell T630. This would make sense, because per https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/VotingSystems/files/2020/ColoradoVotingEquipmentbyCounty2020.pdf there are no R640s in CO.
(17 tweets) Symposium Myth: The before/after images of the Mesa County EMS indicated that Dominion deleted logs.
(5 tweets) I have a theory for why that may have seemed to be the case...per the CO Trusted Build guidelines and the Dominion manual linked below, it seems like the upgrade process involves restoring an image created with Acronis
(9 tweets) #CyberSymposium recap from someone following along @ home: