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‘I have nothing to do with any hotel rooms’ in tabulator probe | #computerhacking | #hacking | #hacking | #aihp


Lansing — Republican attorney general candidate Matt DePerno described allegations that he helped orchestrate a plan to access voting tabulators after the 2020 presidential election as “total garbage” in a radio interview Monday morning.

DePerno’s comments came a day after The Detroit News reported that Democratic Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office was seeking the appointment of a special prosecutor to consider potential criminal charges against nine individuals, including DePerno, state Rep. Daire Rendon, R-Lake City, and Barry County Sheriff Dar Leaf.

The group’s alleged efforts involved convincing local clerks to hand over tabulators, taking the tabulators to hotels or Airbnb rental properties in Oakland County, breaking into the machines, printing “fake ballots” and performing “tests” on the equipment, according to a Friday letter to Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson authored by Christina Grossi, the chief deputy attorney general.

During an interview on “Michigan’s Big Show” Monday, host Michael Patrick Shiels asked DePerno if he had voting machines in hotel rooms.

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