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..
The 2nd clip starts around 3:44
While we still don't know definitively who was posing as Gerald Wood during the Mesa Co. Trusted build, evidence in the forensic images and leaked private chat logs from Lindell's Cyber Symposium 'red team' suggest it was Conan Hayes
1) He was facetimed by their operative during the build 2) He suggests the operative still has video
Byrne says that Peters had doubts about the Trusted Build process and "caused [sic] a computer scientist...a white-hacker...a very high-end security guy who works for the government all the time...she got this fellow in..."
(In this snippet, Byrne refers to Conan as "weaponized autism")
So, just within the first 1.5 mins, he's confirmed that Peters surreptitiously provided Conan access to the Build and voting equipment
Anyways, at 1:50 in, Byrne talks about how the "court-certified" (??? lol) cyber guy FaceTimed him and took videos
But in reality, he's trying to say that the Trusted Build process is illegal (Spoiler: it's not)
Ron's sloppy redactions helped kick off the investigation into Peters - there are multiple details that lead back to Mesa
As an aside, I pitched up the video posted by Watkins (which had been pitched down in an attempt to obscure the voices) and it definitely sounds like Tina Peters was asking the Dominion employee questions
And I'm not a lawyer, but I wonder if he's implicating himself at all when he says "he was actually one of ours"
Byrne almost seems to understand that he should maybe stop talking in this clip, but goes ahead anyways, and re-iterates - specifically to Colorado SoS Jena Griswold - that "just so you know, your people were being filmed"
Wrapping this up: I'm completely blown away by Byrne at this point. He could have just talked about the newest Mesa "forensic report". Instead he spent 5 minutes not only discussing details related to an active investigation, but possibly also disclosing his involvement
Either he's a true believer, and he honestly thinks that they have evidence of a crime being committed (again, they don't), OR - he's done the math and realized that backtracking at this point means he loses credibility among his far-right followers and is committing to the bit
BTW, if you, like me, were wondering what government work Conan may have done, here’s a resume that was sent to Karen Fann by Russ Ramsland when ASOG was in the running for the Maricopa audit. It likely belongs to Conan and includes a mention of govt work