CDMedia has learned the security alarm which yesterday exposed the Fulton County ballot storage facility open and unguarded was discovered by a private security firm hired to ensure ballot integrity for the upcoming ballot scan ordered by Judge Amero in Henry County. The objective of the ballot inspection is to look for counterfeit ballots that were alleged in six affidavits filed in court last year by whistleblowers. The election integrity case was moved out of Fulton to Henry County due to procedural issues.
Fulton County officials were ordered by the court to secure the facility but did not do so.
The ballots are not believed to have been tampered with as they were secured by an inner locked door.
Even if they were tampered with, auditors will most likely be able to discern this reality as ballot images at 200 dpi have already been provided by the county to attorneys who originally filed the case.
The upcoming ballot scan will be done at 600 dpi, enough to detect fraud.
Fulton Count shockingly hired high-profile criminal defense attorneys last week who filed a motion to delay the scan set to start on May 28th.
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