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Dominion Voting Systems releases statement: not release passwords to Maricopa
Dominion Voting Systems released a statement on Thursday, in response to the Arizona Senate’s demand for passwords to ballot tabulators.
America’s Audit Director Ken Bennett told OAN earlier in the week that Dominion was refusing to comply with the subpoena to turn over the passwords.
In a statement published today Dominion attacked the forensic auditing team performing the audit. Dominion defended the controversial EAC group that rubber-stamped the previous counting of ballots.
Dominion then said they will not release the passwords to the Maricopa County voting machines.
NEW “No company should be compelled to participate in such an irresponsible act”: Dominion Voting Systems responds to Arizona Senate Republicans’ demand for passwords to ballot tabulators. pic.twitter.com/wjKI8ztwIj— Brahm Resnik (@brahmresnik) May 13, 2021
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