Michigan Police Seize Voting Machines

Police officers in Michigan took custody of a voting machine as the state expands its investigation into what it’s described as possible unauthorized access to election equipment.

by Zachary Stieber, The Epoch Times, May 7, 2022

Michigan State Police and officials with Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office seized an Irving Township voting tabulator on April 29, township supervisor Jamie Knight told The Epoch Times in an email.

The seizure was done pursuant to a search warrant, she said.

“The Township intends to fully cooperate with law enforcement, and the Township attorneys have been in contact with the Michigan State Police regarding this matter. The Township has no further comment at this time,” Knight added.

An investigation was launched earlier this year at the request of Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, who said her office received reports that an unnamed third party “was allowed to access vote tabulator components and technology in Roscommon County.”

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“Michigan law is clear about the security threats that emerge when anyone gains unauthorized access to our election machines or technology, and I will have no tolerance for those who seek to illegally tamper with our voting equipment,” Benson, a Democrat, said at the time.

Michigan State Police Lieutenant Derrick Carroll confirmed that the probe has expanded beyond Roscommon County.

“As we found out more information we’ve expanded our area to see if any other places were compromised,” Carroll told Reuters. “We have gone to other regions.”

The Michigan State Police did not respond to a request for comment, nor did Nessel’s office.
Carroll told news outlets that the probe will continue “until we have exhausted all leads,” adding that the possible unauthorized access “did not, in any way, affect the 2020 election.”

As part of a court case, a third party conducted a forensic audit of voting machines in Antrim County after the 2020 election and concluded the machines generated a number of errors. The conclusions were disputed by Dominion Voting Systems, which makes the machines, and Benson’s office.

The case, brought after thousands of votes originally reported as going for Joe Biden were switched to Donald Trump, was later dismissed.

Matthew DePerno, the attorney who brought the case, is the Republican nominee challenging Nessel, a Democrat, in the upcoming election.

In her announcement of the probe, Benson referenced the Antrim County situation, noting that another submission in the case included an image alleged to be from an Elections System and Software tabulator. Elections System makes the tabulators that Roscommon County uses.

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