AZ AUDIT: Special Master Names Computer Experts To Examine Maricopa County Routers And Splunk Logs – Questions from the Arizona State Senate to Special Master John Shadegg Released The final section of the Arizona Senate full forensic audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 election is finally beginning. The Gateway Pundit recently reported that the audit of routers and Splunk logs used in the 2020 election would begin shortly. Arizona Senate President Karen Fann told TGP that Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has spoken to numerous people for his criminal investigation. Yesterday, Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers tweeted a major update. Three IT experts were selected to conduct the audit. Special Master Names Computer Experts To Examine County Routers And Splunk Logs Former U.S. Congressman John Shadegg, serving as the Special Master in the settlement agreement relating to the subpoenas issued by the Arizona State Senate to Maricopa County, Arizona, is releasing the names of the computer experts who will examine the County’s routers and Splunk logs As agreed, by the parties, the examination of the routers and Splunk logs is for the purpose of answering questions posed by the Senate related to the November 3, 2020, General Election during the time between October 7 and November 20, 2020. The experts who will work with the Special Master to answer the questions are: Jane Ginn Principal Cyber Cybersecurity Threat Analyst Cyber Threat Intelligence Network, Inc.
Brad E. Rhodes Independent Cybersecurity Consultant & Adjunct Professor Gannon University Andrew Keck Chief Technology Officer – Owner Profile Imaging of Columbus, LLC The Arizona Senate has provided their questions to the Special Master. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/01/huge-az-audit-special-master-names-computer-experts-examine-maricopa-county-routers-splunk-logs-questions-arizona-state-senate-special-master-john-shadegg-released/