Michigan Secretary of State, Jocelyn Benson (D), won a court ruling that ordered the redaction of critical evidence found in a forensic examination of Dominion Voting System machines and software that proves empirically that the enacted algorithm was written to flip votes.
Russell Ramsland Jr., the analyst who led the forensic audit team on Dominion Voting Systems machines and software in Michigan, said Friday that the information state officials successfully petitioned the court to order redactions in their report that hide information that the outcomes of November 3, 2020, General Election races were changed.
Lawyers for Benson’s office petitioned 13th Circuit Judge Kevin Elsenheimer last week to order the redaction of the computer logs before allowing the forensic audit report’s release.
Benson’s lawyers – essentially lawyers for the Democrat Executive Branch elected officials in that state – argued that the logs “might be source code” and publishing them could be a security issue.
“The original report had log evidence that we published in the report to show exactly what we did and exactly the findings. Now, those did ultimately get redacted. And so now, the complaint is ‘well, but there’s no real proof and Dominion says ‘no, these things can’t be done,’” Ramsland said during an interview with the media.
“But at that point, Dominion’s argument is no longer with us,” Ramsland continued to say. “Dominion’s argument is with their own user’s manual and their own logs, because the logs—had they been able to be published—show very clearly that the RCV [ranked-choice voting] algorithm was enacted. It shows very clearly that the error messages were massive. It was very clear that races were flipped.”
“It was very clearly [sic] that races were flipped.”
The #AlliedSecOpsGroup analyst who led the #ForensicAudit of #DominionVotingSystems in #Michigan said the information state officials pushed to redact shows that the outcomes of races were changed. https://t.co/fYVwS1fTkI
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) December 19, 2020
Ramsland is a former Reagan administration official with Ivy league pedigrees from Harvard and Duke Universities. He worked for NASA and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology before co-founding the Allied Security Operations Group, the firm that performed the forensic examination.
Benson’s office didn’t respond to requests for comment.