New images confirm fake Trump voter spent hours on day Georgia electoral office breached

The video first reveals what happened at the Coffee County election office on January 7, 2021, the same day the voting systems are known to have been compromised. Among those seen in the footage is Cathy Latham, a former Coffee County GOP chairman who is under criminal investigation for posing as a fake voter in 2020.

CNN previously reported that Latham escorted agents working with former Trump attorney Sidney Powell through the front door of the election office on Jan. 7, 2021. The new footage appears to undermine Latham’s previous claims that she was not “personally involved” in the breach.

The new video, obtained as part of a years-long civil lawsuit in Georgia regarding the security of voting systems there, shows Latham staying in the office for hours while those same agents installed computers near election equipment and appeared to be accessing voting data.

The footage also shows the two men who escorted Latham into the building earlier that day, Scott Hall and Paul Maggio, who both acknowledged being part of a team that was given access to Coffee County’s voting systems.

Maggio did not respond to CNN’s request for comment. The data company he works for, SullivanStrickler, who court documents show he was hired by Powell, previously said in a statement to CNN that it was “instructed by attorneys to contact county election officials to access certain data.” in Georgia and also “directed by lawyers to distribute that data to certain individuals.”

In an email dated August 29, 2022, a SullivanStrickler attorney acknowledged that Latham was the “primary point of contact” in coordinating the team’s visit to Coffee County.

The company said it had no reason to believe these lawyers would ask or instruct it to “do anything inappropriate or illegal.”

An attorney representing Latham challenged the claim that she was the primary point of contact for the SullivanStrickler team, telling CNN that the phone calls she can see in the video footage are not with anyone from the company.

Newly Acquired Surveillance Video Shows Fake Trump Voter Escorts Agents To Georgia County Election Office Before Breaking Voting Machine

“There is no evidence that we know of that Ms. Latham spoke to Ms. Powell or anyone at SullivanStrickler on or before January 6, 2021. And indeed there is no evidence that we know of Ms. Latham speaking to Ms. Powell or anyone at SullivanStrickler on or before January 6, 2021,” the attorney added.

A second attorney representing Latham, Bob Cheeley, previously told CNN, “Cathy Latham has devoted considerable time and effort over many years to protecting the integrity of the Coffee County, Georgia election.”

Hall, an Atlanta guarantor and Republican pollster in Fulton County, did not respond to repeated requests for comment from CNN.

The new video also shows a third employee, Jeffery Lenberg, entering the restricted server space within the Coffee County polling station more than two weeks later, on Jan. 26. Lenberg is under criminal investigation by the Michigan Attorney General in connection with a series of voting system violations there.

Also, Doug Logan, CEO of Cyber ​​Ninjas, who gained access to the Coffee County polling station in late January 2021, oversaw the partisan election audit in Maricopa County, Arizona, and is also a target of the Michigan criminal investigation.

According to court documents, Logan and Maggio are part of a team that gained access to voting systems in Antrim County, Michigan in late 2020, ultimately leading to a since-debunked report on vulnerabilities in the Dominion voting system, which remains at the center of baseless claims about widespread voter fraud pushed by Trump and his allies.

Surveillance video of the building’s exterior shows Logan visiting the Coffee County polling station more than once in January 2021, about two weeks after the break-in occurred. CNN has reached out to lawyers for Logan.

Lenburg has not denied visiting the Coffee County polling station, but claimed on an internet show last week that he and Logan only helped “lead” the “testing” of voting systems there.

“We didn’t do the tests. We just helped direct it. We didn’t actually touch the equipment. Doug Logan and I,” he said, adding that they have just given instructions to two Coffee County election officials who are equipment have dealt on their direction.

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