Maricopa County Judge Fining Cyber Ninjas $50,000 Per Day, Says He Wants to Put the Firm ‘On Notice’

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from Western Journal,

Ever since it conducted an audit of the 2020 election results in Arizona, Cyber Ninjas has been one of the most widely covered firms in the country. Now, an Arizona judge has handed down a hefty fine…

“It is lucidly clear on this record that Cyber Ninjas has disregarded that order,” Maricopa Superior Court Judge John Hannah said, according to The Hill. “I don’t think I have to find Cyber Ninjas is not acting in good faith. All I have to do is find they are not complying, and their noncompliance is not based on good faith and reasonable interpretation of the order.”

“I think the variety of creative positions Cyber Ninjas has taken to avoid compliance with this order speaks for itself,” he said.

In a separate article, The Hill reported the Maricopa County Elections Department released a report Wednesday that said Cyber Ninjas’ audit contained “faulty analysis” and “inaccurate claims.”

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