Georgia Judge Orders Fulton County Ballots to be Unsealed

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    GEORGIA (VINnews) Henry County, Georgia Chief Judge Brian J. Amero ordered Fulton County ballots unsealed in a hearing on Friday.

    The judge ordered the parties to appear at the ballot storage location at 10 AM on May 28th. The November 2020 ballots will be scanned at 600 dpi or higher.

    Amero allowed the petitioners in March access to scanned images of the ballots, but attorneys for the petitioners argued in court that the resolution, 200 dots per inch (DPI), was too low to perform proper analysis. The petitioners asked for images at 600 DPI or higher, and access to the ballots themselves, per the Epoch Times.

    Judge Amero granted the motion to unseal the ballots, but will only allow the Fulton County employees themselves to scan the ballots to a 600dpi uncompressed resolution, and have the VoterGA forensic experts present during the process.

    Fulton County attorneys pushed against VoterGA’s lawsuit and pushed for a sampling of the ballots instead of access to all of the ballots. They particularly objected to access to physical ballots.

    Fulton County attorneys also objected to expert witnesses testifying the number of ballot batches certified by Secretary of State Raffensperger in the previous ‘risk limiting audit’ were significantly different from the actual number of ballot image batches that were provided by state and county officials in court-ordered discovery in April.

    VoterGA’s lawsuit maintains that the results of ballot analysis in this case could show the U.S. Senate, and the presidency of the United States, were fraudulently certified.


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