On Tuesday, a publicly available affidavit written by Russell James Ramsland, Jr., a management team member of Allied Security Operations Group, LLC. (ASOG), was uploaded to website courtlistener.com.
In the signed affidavit, Ramsland provided a detailed overview of the investigation his company performed concerning potential cyber security threats during the 2020 election cycle.
Advanced hardware and software setups produced by ES&S Election Management System (EMS), Dominion Voting Systems, Premier Election Management System and others may have helped to facilitate these cyber security threats.
“Over the past three decades, almost all of the states have shifted from a relatively low-technology format to a high-technology format that relies heavily on a handful of private services companies,” Ramsland stated in his 9-page written testimony. “These private companies supply the hardware and software, often handle voter registrations, hold the voter records, partially manage the elections, program counting the votes and report the outcomes. Michigan is one of those states.”
“These systems contain a large number of vulnerabilities to hacking and tampering, both at the front end where Americans cast their votes, and at the back end where the votes are stored, tabulated, and reported. These vulnerabilities are well known, and experts in the field have written extensively about them.”
Ramsland continued, pointing out the discrepancies his team discovered while investigating the results from election day:
“My colleagues and I at ASOG have studied the information that is publicly available concerning the November 3, 2020, election results. Based on the significant anomalies and red flags that we have observed, we believe there is a significant probability that election results have been manipulated within the Dominion/Premier system in Michigan. Dr. Andrew Appel, Princeton Professor of Computer Science and Election Security Expert has observed, with reference to Dominion Voting machines, ‘I figured out how to make a slightly different computer program that just before the polls were closed it switches some votes around from one candidate to another. I wrote the computer program into a memory chip and now to hack a voting machine you just need 7 minutes alone with it and a screwdriver.'”
On page 4 of the affidavit, Ramsland discussed a number of red flags that were raised in Michigan during the ballot count:
“Something occurred in Michigan that is physically impossible, indicating the results were manipulated on election night within the EMS. The event as reflected in the data are the 4 spikes totaling 384,733 ballots allegedly processed in a combined interval of only 2 hour and 38 minutes. This is physically impossible given the equipment available at the 4 reference locations (precincts/townships) we looked at for processing ballots, and cross referencing that with both the time it took at each location and the performance specifications we obtained using the serial numbers of the scanning devices used.”
Read the full affidavit below (source):gov.uscourts.gand.283580.7.1_2
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