L.A. County D.A.’s Office Drops Charges Against Konnech
I blogged about the charges on Oct. 6 (“Sometimes the Conspiracy Theorists Might Have Something of a Point: The Konnech Controversy“), but on Nov. 9 the D.A.’s office dropped the charges:
In an abrupt reversal, Los Angeles County has dismissed charges against the chief executive of an election software company, marking the end of a case that prominent election deniers cited as evidence of foul play in American elections.
Eugene Yu, CEO of the Michigan-based firm Konnech, was charged in mid October with illegally storing the personal information of poll workers on Chinese servers, a violation of its contract with LA County. Konnech has provided its PollChief software to cities and counties across the country, including a $2.9 million contract with Los Angeles County….
“We are concerned about both the pace of the investigatio
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