The Arizona Republic reports:
Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan is trying to keep secret more than 1,600 texts he exchanged with a Michigan lawyer who was indicted on charges of illegally accessing voting machines as part of a plot to overturn 2020 election results.
Logan sent and received nearly 2,400 texts with Stefanie Lambert, more than any other person he messaged while leading the Arizona Senate’s “audit” of 2020 ballots cast in Maricopa County, records show.
And now Logan and Lambert appear to have coordinated efforts to redact and conceal most of their messages — including ones directly related to the ballot review — despite multiple court orders to turn them over in response to a public records lawsuit filed by The Arizona Republic.
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Here’s what Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan wants to make sure you never see: 1,600 texts with a Michigan lawyer indicted on charges of tampering with election equipment. Story @azcentral https://t.co/QaweUyqsug
— Robert Anglen (@robertanglen) August 7, 2023