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Forensic Analysis – Bombshell Proof Of Election Machine Manipulation

Forensic analysis of the drive image of Mesa County, Colorado’s Dominion Voting Systems Election Management System server

Bombshell Proof Of Election Machine Manipulation

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G1130 Mesa County
Colorado
Voting Systems
Report #3
Election Database and Data Process Analysis

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Table of Contents
Executive Summary ……………………………………………………………………………………………………3
Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..5
Definition of Terms…………………………………………………………………………………………………….7
Analysis ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….9
Discussion…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………26
Conclusions………………………………………………………………………………………………………………28
Appendix A – Batches in Original Adjudication Database…………………………………..31
Appendix B – Batches in New Adjudication Database…………………………………………38
Appendix C – EMS User Log Events in November 2020………………………………………59
Appendix D – EMS User Log Events in March 2021…………………………………………….68
Reference A – Databases and Tables…………………………………………………………………….73
Reference B – Scanner Speed………………………………………………………………………………..75
Reference C – Scanners Used by Mesa County…………………………………………………….76
Reference D – Data Movement from Batches to Votes ……………………………………….77

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
This report documents the findings of an examination of tabulated vote
databases based on forensic analysis of the drive image of Mesa County,
Colorado’s Dominion Voting Systems (DVS) Election Management System (EMS)
server. The findings in this report were prepared by the authors as consultants
to the legal team representing Tina Peters, the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder,
pursuant to her statutory duties as Mesa County’s Chief Election Official. The
findings provide evidence of unauthorized and illegal manipulation of tabulated
vote data during the 2020 General Election and 2021 Grand Junction Municipal
Election. Because of this evidence, which led to the vote totals for those elections
being impossible to verify, the results and integrity of Mesa County’s 2020
General Election and the 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Election are in question.
This analysis was performed using the forensic image of the EMS server, which
was backed up before Colorado Secretary of State and DVS overwrote the hard
drive with D-Suite version 5.13.
Findings and Implications:
1) There was an unauthorized creation of new election databases during early
voting in the 2020 General Election on October 21, 2020, followed by the
digital reloading of 20,346 ballot records into the new election databases,
making the original voter intent recorded from the ballots unknown. In
addition, 5,567 ballots in 58 batches did not have their digital records
copied to the new database, although the votes from the ballots in those
batches were recorded in the Main election database.
2) The same unauthorized creation of new election databases occurred
during the 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Election on March 30, 2021,
followed by the digital reloading of 2,974 ballot records, making the
original voter intent recorded on those ballots unknown. In addition,
4,458 ballots in 46 batches did not have their digital records copied to the

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new database, although the votes from the ballots in those batches were
recorded in the Main election database.
3) The absence of secure hash algorithm (.sha) files for each digital ballot
image makes the authenticity of each digital ballot image, and the ballotlevel record for those ballots, impossible to verify.
4) The true total vote count in Mesa County, Colorado cannot be accurately
calculated for the 2020 General Election or the 2021 Grand Junction
Municipal Election from records in the databases of the county’s voting
system.
5) There is no function or feature on the EMS server that could
be executed inadvertently or deliberately by a local election official that
would cause this combination of events to occur, especially within the time
frame that these events occurred. Given the complex sequence of data
manipulations and deletions necessary to produce the digital evidence
described in this report, this combination of events could not have been the
result of either deliberate or inadvertent actions by those officials.
6) Dominion’s installation of the Trusted Build update on the EMS in May of
2021, as ordered by the Colorado Secretary of State, destroyed all data on
the EMS hard drive, including the batch and ballot records that evidenced
the creation of new databases and reprocessing of ballot records described
in Findings 1 and 2 above. This destruction of all data by the trusted build
is described in the “Mesa County, Colorado Voting Systems Forensic
Examination and Analysis Report”.
7) The fact that such ballot record manipulation has been shown
demonstrates a critical security failure with the DVS EMS wherever it is
used. The manipulation would not be identifiable to an election official
using the voting systems, nor to an observer or judge overseeing the
election conduct, much less to citizens with no access to the voting systems;
without both cyber and database management system expertise, and

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unfettered access to database records and computer log files (many of
which were destroyed by the actions of the Secretary of State) from the
EMS server, the manipulation would be undetectable.
INTRODUCTION
The use of computerized election management systems is now nearly universal
across counties in the United States. While the use of these systems is touted as
“efficient”, potentially decreasing manpower costs and time to produce election
results, it also greatly reduces the transparency of the election process and
exposes our elections to extraordinary vulnerability from both inadvertent and
deliberate misconfiguration or misuse. Americans’ right to free and fair elections
is inalienable, but that right is infringed by lack of transparency, and by whatever
lies behind that opaque curtain.
Without free and fair elections and the transparency to see it for themselves,
without relying on the assertions of any other person or organization, Americans’
consent and the legitimacy of our government, at all levels, is in doubt. If
Americans’ votes are to be recorded and counted by machines, every aspect of
those machines’ operation, configuration, and data must be recorded,
immediately available at no cost or administrative burden to citizens and their
independent examiners and confirmed 100% accurate through that independent
verification. The absence or shortfall of any of those three imperatives (recorded,
available, and independently verified) should immediately cause the public to
distrust both the purported result from those machines, and also anyone who
insists that they accept those results.
Numerous Federal and State laws attempt to safeguard our voting rights and
the integrity of our elections. Title 52 USC provides for much of the Federal
guidance in this area, and Colorado Revised Statute (CRS) Title 1 covers most of
the Colorado state guidance.
a) 52 U.S. Code § 10307 prohibits any person acting under color of law to
“…willfully fail or refuse to tabulate, count, and report…” the vote of any
person entitled to vote.

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b) 52 U.S. Code § 10308(a) prescribes penalties for any person depriving or
attempting to deprive any person of voting rights under Federal statute.
c) 52 U.S. Code § 10308(c) prescribes penalties for conspiring to violate or
interfere with secured voting rights.
d) 52 U.S. Code § 20701 mandates the preservation of all election records for
22 months after an election for Federal offices.
1,2
e) 52 U.S. Code § 20702 prescribes penalties for theft, destruction,
concealment, mutilation, or alteration of § 20701 election records.
f) 52 U.S. Code § 21081 requires that voting systems used in elections for
Federal office meet the standards of that section, including that the voting
system shall produce a record with an audit capacity for such system, and
that “the error rate of the voting system in counting ballots…shall comply
with the error rate standards established under section 3.2.1 of…” the
Federal Election Commission 2002 Voting System Standards (VSS).
3
g) CRS §1-5-601.5 requires that voting systems and equipment in Colorado
meet 2002 VSS standards, at minimum.
h) CRS §1-7-802 requires the preservation of election records for 25 months
after elections.
i) CRS §1-13-111 prescribes penalties for destroying, removing, or delaying
delivery of election records.
Title 52 clarifies that the “every officer of election” is responsible for maintaining
the election records.
1 U.S. Department of Justice Publication “Federal Law Constraints on Post-Election ‘Audits’,” July 28, 2021, states that “The
materials covered by Section 301 extend beyond ‘papers’ to include other ‘records.’ Jurisdictions must therefore also retain and
preserve records created in digital or electronic form.”
2 The Federal Election Commission’s 2002 Voting System Standards, the standards of which are mandatory minima for certification
of voting systems under Colorado state statute § 1-5-601.5., specifies that a voting system which “…provides access to incomplete
election returns and interactive inquiries before the completion of the official count…shall: a. …be designed to provide external
access to incomplete election returns only if that access for these purposes is authorized by the statutes and regulations of the using
agency…b. Use voting system software and its security environment designed such that data accessible to interactive queries resides
in an external file, or database, that is created and maintained by the elections software under the restrictions applying to any other
output report, namely, that: 1) The output file or database has no provision for write-access back to the system. 2) Persons whose only
authorized access is to the file or database are denied write-access, both to the file or database, and to the system,” and states that the
Standards are “intended to address…risks to the integrity of a voting system…,” including “…Changing calculated vote totals;…” and
“Preventing access to vote data, including individual votes and vote totals, to unauthorized individuals;…”
3 2002 VSS, para 3.2.1 specifies “d. For central-county systems…: Consolidation of vote selection data from multiple counting
devices to generate jurisdiction-wide vote counts, including storage and reporting of the consolidated vote data…a target error rate of
no more than one in 10,000,000 ballot positions.” A ballot position is each and every choice (e.g. a “bubble” which can be marked or
filled-in) on a ballot selectable by a voter to convey their voting choices.

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Mesa County, Colorado, uses software and hardware provided by DVS and for the
2020 General Election and the 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Election,
specifically used “D-Suite 5.11-CO.” The primary voting system EMS server, which
contains the raw tabulated vote information used to produce official election
reports, makes use of Microsoft SQL Server 2016 databases running on the
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 operating system. The forensic image used for
the analysis, created on May 23, 2021, has been validated as authentic (see
“Report #2, Forensic Examination and Analysis Report” by D. Gould for the
methods used to validate the forensic image).
DEFINITION OF TERMS
“Ballot”: Mesa County used two-sided paper ballots in the November 2020
General Election and the 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Election. A ballot is a
device used to cast votes in an election. In Colorado, ballots are pieces of paper
defining races and issues, and reflecting the choices of individual voters from
among the options available for each race and issue. A digital image of each
paper ballot is created by the DVS D-Suite voting system during the processing
of ballots, as described below, and that ballot image is stored on the designated
“NAS (Network Attached Storage device)” of the D-Suite voting system.
“Adjudication”: A term used to describe the process of determining voter intent
from a voter’s ballot marks, where ballot markings are ambiguous. According to
Dominion’s Democracy Suite Use Procedure Manual, adjudication is “the process
of examining voted ballots to determine, and, in the judicial sense, adjudicate
voter intent”. In the DVS D-Suite, adjudication refers to the operation and use of
a software component called “EMS Adjudication,” and the process of using that
software component to manually or automatically interpret voter intent from
scanned ballot images, and then to record that interpretation as the record of
the vote choices for the affected ballots, in both “result files” and ballot images.
Depending on software configuration choices, individual ballot images/result
files, entire batches of ballot images/result files, or all ballot images/result files
can be subjected to automatic or manual adjudication on the basis of
“exceptions” or “outstack conditions” (e.g., “overvotes”, where too many choices

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are marked for a race or issue; or “marginal marks” when ballot choice ovals are
not adequately filled in), or by the arbitrary decision of EMS administrators.
“Manual Adjudication”: Either all ballot images, or individual ballot images, or
those from particular batches or tabulators, in which voter intent for any race or
issue is flagged by the EMS Adjudication software module as not being
determinable (or as having “exceptions”), are, in theory, sent to “Manual
Adjudication” stations where officials called “Adjudicators” view the digital
images of the ballots and decide the voter’s intent. In this Report we sometimes
use the terms “manual adjudication” and “machine adjudication” to clearly
distinguish the process of human judging of voter intent from the process of the
DVS EMS Adjudication software’s determining of voter intent.
“Adjudication database”: The DVS D-Suite version used in Mesa County during
the November 2020 and April 2021 elections maintains a separate SQL Server
database, called an “AdjudicableBallotStore,” created by DVS software, for each
election which contains records of all batches and ballots scanned into the voting
system through ImageCast scanning workstations, and any batch and ballot
records manually entered. The database maintains critical information about
each batch and ballot, most importantly the ballot Adjudication status and the
file location of the ballot image. A batch can have any of the following
adjudication statuses in the adjudication system: In-Progress, Read Error,
Review, Pending Submission, Submitted, or Submission Error.
4 Throughout,
“Adjudication database.”
“Main election database”: The DVS D-Suite version used in Mesa County during
the November 2020 and April 2021 elections maintains a database for each
election, called an “ElectionStore” by DVS, which contains information defining
an election, including contest, candidate, and ballot definitions as well as
aggregated vote information which is used to produce all election reports
generated by County officials. Throughout, “Main database.”
4 In-Progress batches have been acquired by the system (e.g. through scanning at an ICC) and have ballots being served to clients
(Adjudication); Read Error batches are those which encounter errors while being loaded into the system; Review are batches with all
ballot adjudication complete, including batches with no adjudication required; Pending Submission are batches submitted to tally, but
which have not yet completed that transmission to the tally process; Submitted are batches which have completed the transmission to
the tally process; Submission Error are batches that were submitted to the tally process, but which were unsuccessfully submitted.

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“Tabulation database”: The DVS D-Suite version used in Mesa County during the
November 2020 and April 2021 elections maintains a database for each election,
called a “TabulationStore” by DVS, which contains the timestamps and ballot
counts for each batch of ballots, which duplicates that information contained in
the Adjudication database. It contains other tables which are not used by Mesa
County’s elections. Throughout, “Tabulation database.”
“Reprocessed”: For the purposes of this Report, the term “reprocessed” means
that one or more data records which had already been created, presumably by
scanning of paper ballots through an ImageCast Central (ICC) workstation,
though also technically possible through manual entry of records, within the
databases associated with an election, were loaded into the system
again to a
different database, and that this re-loading was not performed in connection
within any documented, authorized election-related operations procedure or
function. A comparison with the log files of the respective ICC workstations might
reveal whether the reprocessed paper ballots were, in fact, rescanned at the ICC,
but many of those log files have been destroyed by the Secretary of State’s
“Trusted Build.”
ANALYSIS
I. Evidence of ballot record data manipulation – November 2020 General
Election
Our analysis shows manipulation, which was neither initiated nor authorized by
Mesa County election clerks, of the batches and ballots processed during the
first three days of ballot processing in the November 2020 General Election.
The following timeline of events, beginning October 19, 2020, when Mesa County
began processing ballots in the General Election, demonstrates this
manipulation of ballots.
October 19, 2020 – October 21, 2020, 2:14 PM
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On these first three days of ballot counting in Mesa County, up until 2:14 PM on
October 21, 2020, 267 batches, consisting of 25,913 ballots, were physically
processed (physically scanned on DVS ICC scanners with voters’ choices, in the
form of marks on the ballots, scanned and interpreted by software) through
three tabulators, internally identified in the Main database as tabulator IDs 4, 7,
and 10. Mesa County election clerks reported no unusual activity or errors
encountered during the processing of these 267 batches. The Adjudication
database used at this time contains records of all batches with a sequential “load
order” of 1 to 267, and other tables within it record the information about each
ballot, for instance the time it was entered into the database, the tabulator used,
and the adjudication status. Those which were selected for Adjudication have the
proper status records indicating that the normal adjudication steps occurred.
The initial 10 batches processed through tabulator 10, containing a total of 941
ballots, had timestamps indicating that they were all entered into the database
within 47 seconds (total – not 47 seconds per batch, but 47 seconds for 10
batches). (See Appendix A for a list of the batches and their timestamps in the
original Adjudication database.) The Canon DR-G1130, which according to
purchasing documents and Colorado Secretary of State voting equipment
inventories is the model of scanners used by Mesa County (see Reference C and
the Colorado Secretary of State website
5), operates at approximately 100 pages
per minute (ppm), duplex, meaning that scanning both sides of each ballot would
take no less than 0.01 minutes, which is 0.6 seconds, per ballot. 941 ballots at
0.6 seconds per ballot should have taken a minimum of 564 seconds, or slightly
under 9 and a half minutes, a significantly longer interval than 47 seconds, which
is physically impossible. Mesa County election clerks were unaware of these
batch timestamps, or any issue which could explain them.
October 21, 2020 – 2:14 PM
According to the data contained in the EMS SQL Server Database, new Tabulation
and Adjudication databases were created on the EMS server at 12:18:50 PM
October 01, 2020. These databases initially contained no data records.
5 CO SecState Voting Equipment Inventory at: https://archive.ph/RQS91
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Figure 1. “Before” Screenshot of Databases on the Mesa EMS Server

One Adjudication database and one Tabulation database were listed, with
creation times before the counting in Mesa County began on October 19, 2020.
Figure 2. “After” Screenshot of Databases on Mesa EMS Server

Two Adjudication databases (“AdjudicableBallotStore”) and two Tabulation
databases (“TabulationStore”) are now listed, one set of which had creation times
before the date and time ballot scanning and tabulation began in Mesa County
on October 19, 2020 and the other set of which the EMS server data indicate
were created two and a half days
after ballot scanning and tabulation began.
It has been observed that a clerk giving the EMS system a command to stop and
then restart adjudication in an election again creates new Adjudication and
Tabulation databases. Mesa County clerks are very certain that they did not
initiate any such action in either the November 2020 or the April 2021 elections.
Therefore, it is likely that a procedure internal to the DVS software had to
perform a stop and restart of the adjudication services in order to perform the
batch and ballot manipulation which occurred later (see below).

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There are only a few possibilities which would explain how the database copying
process was initiated.
1. Direct action by Mesa County personnel
The client application used by election clerks does give them the ability to
stop and restart adjudication, which would create the new databases.
However, Mesa County personnel are very clear that they did nothing of the
sort and explained that they would only do such a thing in an extreme
emergency, as the process would have made the production of legally
mandated reports very difficult.
2. Triggered remotely
“Report #2, Forensic Examination and Analysis Report” by D. Gould
identifies numerous security vulnerabilities in the DVS EMS server. A
signal, or external trigger,
6 giving instructions to software inside the EMS
server could have been sent to and received through any of the open
communication ports, or through the port 80 Web Server port, which has
been demonstrated to be open on the server and accepting commands via
an application programming interface (API).
7 This signal, along with other
information, could have been received via a local network connection
(from any device connected to the EMS server’s internal network), from a
remote network connection (if the EMS server’s internal network has been
bridged to the external internet), or via an internal cellular modem (if one
was installed in any DVS system). If the EMS Server was connected to a
wireless network, it is feasible that even a cell phone outside of the
6 E.g., an “external trigger” most people are familiar with is the function whereby their smartphone’s wi-fi connection is turned on in
response to detecting the proximity of a saved, pre-approved wi-fi network. The external trigger satisfies the criteria of an internal,
saved rule for application behavior, and the application then executes the correlated command or function. We likely don’t think of
“Do Not Disturb” mode on our smartphones as being similarly controlled by an external trigger, but if our smartphones are configured
to “use network time,” meaning the time signal transmitted by the cellular carrier network, then our smartphones’ “Do Not Disturb”
mode isn’t turned on at the time we set, per se, but when our cellular carrier tells our phone that the specified time is reached.
7 An API is a specification for interaction which allows computer applications to communicate with, make requests to, and issue
commands to other computer applications. I.e., API enables machine-machine communication, coordination, and command and
control, depending on the permissions and allowable exchanges of the specific API specification.

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building, but still within the wireless signal radius, could have been used
to trigger the events.
This option is plausible but infers a degree of external, time-sensitive
control over the DVS equipment in use in Mesa County. This control might
be considered undesirable by the perpetrators responsible for
manipulating the election data, because it was a possibility that any
unauthorized network connections, whether they be via standard ethernet,
wireless network connection, or cellular modem, could have been
discovered during the election period.
3. Algorithmically Triggered
A software algorithm8 running inside the DVS computer systems in Mesa
County could have made the decision to perform the new database
creations and the selected record manipulation which followed based on
preprogrammed criteria related to the election results at the time.
Given that this method requires the least amount of external control and
monitoring, this option would seem to be the most likely. The decision to
copy the Adjudication and Tabulation databases and re-process the ballot
records would be made by software running inside the Dominion EMS (or
inside another connected machine running Dominion software) based on
unexpected voting patterns.
October 21, 2020, 2:30 PM – 2:34 PM
During this time period, 209 out of the original 267 batches (containing a total
of 20,346 ballots) were digitally – not physically – loaded into the new
Adjudication and Tabulation databases. Specifically, records for batches with
load order 2 through 59 were not reloaded and do not appear in the new
8 An “algorithm” is simply a set of rules for logical, sequential consideration of inputs (e.g. a contingent variable state, like “the switch
is off” or “the switch is on,” or the value of field/memory location “X” is “1” or is “Not 1”) to produce a consistent, expected output.
In this case, a simple, hypothetical algorithm might have been something like “IF (‘numberofbatches’>50) AND
(“ElectionProjectActive”=TRUE) AND (“EMSAdminUserLoggedIn”=FALSE) AND
(VOTETOTAL,“InternalMachineID:01”>VOTETOTAL,“InternalMachineID:02”) AND (SYSTIME>20201019) AND
(SYSTIME<20201103) THEN COPY:BATCHID030010:BATCHID030059 AND INSERTINTO “adjudicableballotstore,” etc.

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Adjudication database in any form. The timestamps of the 209 batch records
(load order 1 and load orders 60 through 267) show an impossibly short
processing time (approximately 4 seconds each) for these batches to have been
physically processed into the newly created Adjudication and Tabulation
databases. As described above, because of the minimum scanning time of one
minute per batch for the Canon DR-G1130 scanner-based tabulator, it is not
possible for these 20,346 ballots to have been physically rescanned (i.e., the
paper ballots were not reloaded into the scanning hardware), but rather the
digital batch and ballot records were directly added to the new Adjudication
database. This indicates that the batches could only have been loaded into the
newly created Adjudication and Tabulation databases by using software code or
a script running within the EMS server. See Appendix B for a list of all batches
and their timestamps in the new Adjudication database. See Appendix C for a list
of all commands executed prior to and after the database copy, which provides
a precise timeline of the effects of those commands on the database copy.
It is important to note that this unauthorized procedure only copied the records
of selected batches of ballots, indicating that this was an intentional act.
Below is a screenshot of the beginning of the list of batches recorded in the
original Adjudication database, sorted by the order that they were loaded:
Figure 3. List of Batches Recorded in the Original Adjudication Database, Sorted by Load Order

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Note that there is a sequential order with all load order numbers represented.
Below is a screenshot of the same table in the newly created Adjudication
database:
Figure 4. List of Batches in Newly Created Adjudication database


While the record of the batch with load order 1 was copied, there is a gap of 58
batches before the second line, which is a record of the batch with load order

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60. Batch load order numbers 2 through 59 were not copied, and never existed
in the new Adjudication database.
The data records describing the batches and the ballots contained within them
in the new Adjudication database, specifically the time stamps shown in
Appendix B as well as statements by Mesa County election officials, indicate that
the paper ballots and batches were not physically re-scanned. Therefore, it
appears the process of scanning these ballots was simulated, and the records of
the batches and the ballots contained within them were electronically
transferred from the original Adjudication database into the new Adjudication
database.
For example, below is the sequence of events detailing the processing of batch
4024 (whose ballots and records were
not copied to the new Adjudication
database) and batch 4025 (whose ballots and records were copied to the new
Adjudication database). This will illustrate the contrast between copied and
uncopied batch and ballot records.
Batch 4024 is recorded in the original Adjudication database as being created
at 4:09:34 PM on October 19. It contained 100 ballots and was scanned by
tabulator 10. Ten of these ballots from batch 4024 were subsequently
manually adjudicated. The ballot numbers in the batch which were manually
adjudicated were 4, 8, 13, 14, 30, 48, 63, 87, 88, and 90. Then, the votes
contained on all 100 ballots were recorded in the appropriate tables in the
Main database (see Reference A for a list of these tables). When the new
Adjudication database was created, no records from Batch 4024 were copied
to it, and thus there was no reprocessing or physical rescanning of the ballots.
Adjudication history for the 10 ballots which were manually adjudicated was
no longer available to the Mesa County clerks, and the original voter intent of
these ballots is unknown.
In contrast, Batch 4025 is recorded in the original Adjudication database as
being processed at 4:12:23 PM on October 19. This batch contained 99 ballots
and was also scanned by tabulator 10. Fourteen of these ballots were

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subsequently manually adjudicated. The ballot numbers in the batch which
were manually adjudicated were 3, 10, 13, 21, 22, 23, 34, 40, 49, 59, 66, 79,
97, and 99. Then, the votes contained on all 99 ballots were recorded in the
appropriate tables in the Main database.
After the new Adjudication database was created, a record of Batch 4025
appeared in its tables at 2:20:26 PM on October 21. It is still listed as having
99 ballots and from tabulator 10. In the new Adjudication database, however,
only 6 of the batch 4025 ballots (8 less than the first time these batches were
entered into the original Adjudication database), were
again manually
adjudicated. The individual ballot numbers were 3, 21, 22, 40, 59, and 66. At
this point, the vote records from at least those 6 ballots and possibly all 99
would have been recorded in the appropriate tables in the Main database,
replacing the votes which were already in that database from those ballots.
Adjudication history for the 14 ballots which were manually adjudicated was
no longer available to the Mesa County clerks, and the original voter intent of
these ballots is unknown.
The selected batches in the new Adjudication database (batch 1 and batches 60
through 267) appeared in the same serial order that they were loaded into the
original Adjudication database, with the same batch numbers, ballot counts, and
load order numbers (compare Appendix A and Appendix B).
October 21, 2020, shortly after 2:34 PM
At this point, as reported by Mesa County election officials, some Mesa County
adjudication officials began noticing that they were being asked to look at ballots
that they had already adjudicated. This is consistent with these ballots and
batches being reprocessed in the new Adjudication database. When the new
Adjudication database was created, and the selected records described above
were copied and reprocessed, there were outstanding ballots from the last set
of batches scanned before the event. As some of these ballots were sent to
manual adjudication again after the batches were reprocessed, this caused a
situation where the same ballot was in the manual adjudication process twice.

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This caused confusion among the election staff who were assigned the duty of
manual adjudication, since when a ballot was adjudicated the second time the
master count of adjudicated ballots, which is displayed by the Dominion system
and is used by the election clerks to track the overall adjudication process, did
not change. This caused the Adjudication officials to assume that there had been
an error and, in some cases, to attempt additional manual adjudications of the
same ballot with the same unsatisfactory result.
According to several Mesa County election officials, DVS support was contacted
at approximately 4PM on the 21
st of October, and while the support
representative claimed to not have a solution for the issue Mesa County was
seeing, that issue ceased soon afterwards. This indicates that DVS may have
performed or caused to be performed an operation unknown to Mesa County
election officials (and outside of their control) to address this problem which
manifested after the unauthorized database manipulation.
Of the 209 batches which were processed twice (batches 1 and 60 through 267),
the ballot counts match between the old and new Adjudication database.
However, DVS software marked 2,166 ballots for manual adjudication the first
time they were processed in the original Adjudication database, but when
reprocessed in the new Adjudication database the software marked only 965
ballots for manual adjudication.
The same ballots run through the same hardware and evaluated by the same
software should have had the same resulting ballots marked for adjudication,
but they did not. This leads to the logical critical conclusion that not all the
ballots in the batches processed after the database copy were the same and had
the same votes as the ballots in the same batches processed before the database
copy. There is no record remaining of the votes originally recorded from the
ballots, and therefore there can be no certainty that the votes now recorded are
the same. In essence, the chain of custody has been broken for these votes in
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The 58 batches which were not duplicated in the new Adjudication database
must also be seen as suspect, as their chain of custody has also been broken via
the fact that no record of them or their adjudication exists in the Adjudication
database in use at the end of the election. A clerk wishing to view the
adjudication status of a ballot in any of the 58 batches would be unable to do
so, as no information about those batches exists in the new Adjudication
database.
Thus, all 25,931 ballot records processed before 2:14 PM on October 21, 2020,
comprising over 25% of the County’s total over the entire election, cannot be
verified and should not have been counted.

II. Evidence of Ballot Manipulation – April 2021 Grand Junction Municipal
Election

Our analysis shows a nearly identical manipulation of the batches and ballots
processed during the first six days of ballot processing in the April 2021
Municipal Election in Grand Junction, Colorado.
The timeline of events beginning March 24, 2021, when Mesa County Election
clerks began processing ballots in the 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Election,
follows.
March 24, 2021 – March 30, 2021, 2:43 PM
On these first seven days of counting, up until 2:43 PM on March 30, 2021, 88
batches of ballots, consisting of 8,540 ballots, were processed. County Election
clerks report no unusual activity or errors encountered
at any time during the
election counting process. The Adjudication database used at this time contains

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records of all batches with a sequential load order of 1 to 88, and other tables
within it record each ballot. Those which were selected for Manual Adjudication
(339 in total) have the proper status records indicating the normal adjudication
steps occurred.
March 30, 2021, 2:58 PM
According to the data contained in the EMS server, new Adjudication and
Tabulation databases were created and registered within the DVS system as the
associated databases for the election. As in the circumstance previously
described in the early voting period for the November 2020 election, these two
databases initially contained no data.
See Appendix D for a list of all commands executed prior to and after the
database creation in the April 2021 Municipal Election, which provides a precise
timeline of the effects of creating the new databases and copying the batch and
ballot records.
It is important to note that this unauthorized procedure copied the records of
only selected batches of ballots, indicating that this was an intentional act.
Below is a screenshot of the beginning of the list of batches recorded in the
original Adjudication database, sorted by the order that they were loaded:

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Figure 5. List of Batches Recorded in the Original Adjudication Database, Sorted by Load Order

Below is a screenshot of the same table in the newly created Adjudication
database, sorted by creation time:

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Figure 6. List of Batches in the Newly Created Adjudication Database, Sorted by Creation Time

March 30, 2021, 3:00 PM – 3:03 PM
During this three-minute time period, records of 42 batches and the 4,082 ballots
contained within them, previously processed into the original Adjudication
database, were copied into the new Adjudication database. According to the time
stamps, the records of the batches appeared in the new Adjudication database
in intervals of a fraction of a second between them, much too quickly for the
ballots contained in the batches to have been physically scanned (per the
maximum scanning speeds discussed above). Mesa County election clerks state
that they did not take any action to reprocess or re-scan any batches on that
day, nor did they at any time stop and restart the Adjudication software process.
Only 39 ballots in these 42 batches went through manual adjudication after
being copied to the new database, and database records indicate that the
adjudication process was completed successfully on those 39 ballots.

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Unlike what was found in the November 2020 General Election records described
above, the records for these 42 batches which were copied to the new database
do not appear in the new Adjudication database in exactly the same order as
they had originally been loaded; 12 batch records are out of order when the
records in the original Adjudication database and the new Adjudication database
are compared.
No further anomalies are shown in the Adjudication database records during the
Election counting process, nor did Mesa County election clerks encounter any
unexpected issues.
Of the 42 batches which were processed twice (batches 45 through 49 and 51
through 88), the ballot counts (total number of ballots) match between the old
and new Adjudication databases. However, DVS software sent 339 ballots to
manual adjudication the first time they were processed in the original
Adjudication database, but when reprocessed in the new Adjudication database
the software sent just 39 ballots to manual adjudication.
The same ballots run through the same hardware and evaluated by the same
software should have had the same resulting ballots marked for adjudication,
but they did not. This leads to the logical critical conclusion that not all the
ballots in the batches processed after the database copy were the same and had
the same votes as the ballots in the same batches processed before the database
copy. There is no record remaining of the votes originally recorded from the
ballots, and therefore there can be no certainty that the votes now recorded are
the same. In essence, the chain of custody has been broken for these votes in
the database.
The 46 batches which were
not duplicated in the new Adjudication database
must also be seen as suspect, as their chain of custody has also been broken via
the fact that no record of them or their adjudication exists in the Adjudication
database in use at the end of the election. A clerk wishing to view the
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so, as no information about these batches exists in the new Adjudication
database.
Thus, all 8,540 ballots processed before 2:58 PM on March 30, 2021, comprising
over 49% of the total votes in the entire 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Election,
cannot be verified and should not have been counted. These 8,540 ballots
represent more than twice the winning margin in any of the four City Council
races that occurred in this election.
III. Comparison of the November 2020 General Election Findings and the
April 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Election Findings
Comparing the above findings for the two elections shows numerous similarities
and also critical differences.
Similarities:
In both elections, a software process running within the DVS system
performed an unauthorized creation of new Adjudication and Tabulation
databases.
In both elections, database records of selected batches and of the ballots
within those batches were copied into the new databases and were
reprocessed.
In both elections, selected batches were not copied to the new Adjudication
and Tabulation databases, making adjudication information invisible to the
Mesa County election clerks.
Differences:
In the November 2020 General Election, records of a sequential series of
batches and the ballots contained within them were copied from the original
Adjudication and Tabulation databases to the new Adjudication and
Tabulation databases, and the batches were copied in the same order as in
the original databases. In the April 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Election,
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them were copied, and they appear in the new Adjudication database in a
different order than in the original database.
In the April 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Election, the EMS User Logs
(which show events and commands which were executed) show reference to
a batch 89. As there were 88 batches in the original Adjudication database,
this would have logically been the next batch received from the scanners.
However, no record of a batch with the load order ‘89’ exists in either
Adjudication database, and there are missing load orders between 88 and 114
as well.
The similarities lead to the conclusion that the same method was used to alter
the database records in both elections.
The differences lead to the conclusion that there is a degree of control in the
method used to alter the database records which used parameters unique to
each election.
IV. Summary Impact of Above Findings
This manipulation of batch and ballot records described above is significant for
three reasons.
First, when the ballots were reprocessed as described above, including readjudication, it is logical to conclude that whatever votes had been initially
recorded could well have been replaced by the reprocessed votes in the Main
election database. The differences in the Manual Adjudication numbers certainly
supports this possible conclusion. Thus, this procedure could change votes in the
Main database without leaving any evidence to indicate changes had been made,
or any way to determine the nature of the changes or what the original vote data
was.
Second, the adjudication status (including the timestamps of adjudication
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adjudication) of any ballots in the batches not copied to the new Adjudication
database would not be viewable through the DVS client software applications.
Third, an examination of the EMS server which was less rigorous than ours would
not likely have caught the fact that the Adjudication and Tabulation databases
used at the end of the elections were not the same, nor did they contain the
same records, as the databases used at the beginning of the elections. This leads
to the possible conclusion that some batches and ballots were excluded from the
new databases so as to inhibit the possibility of their being audited or examined.
V. Lack of Referential Integrity in DVS Database Tables
Most modern database designs include a concept called “referential integrity.”
For example, if you have one table of data that has information about “people,”
and another table that has information about “colleges,” you might have a field
in an individual record in the “people’s” table that can contain an id, or pointer,
to the college he or she attended. Referential integrity, in this case, would mean
that if “John Smith’s” record had a pointer to the “University of Pittsburgh”, the
system should give an error if you try to remove the item “University of
Pittsburgh” from the “colleges” table. It would not allow you to do this action
because a field in “John Smith’s” record refers to the college “University of
Pittsburgh” and deleting that entry in the “colleges” table makes “John Smith’s”
record invalid.
However, some of the DVS Election Management System data structures have no
such referential integrity built into them. Therefore, batch records in one
database could be deleted without any consequence to records that point to that
batch in another database, and without any detection of the error. This lack of
referential integrity means that vote or ballot information could easily be added
or removed from one part of the database without any warnings or errors
occurring in other parts of the various databases.
It is, for example, possible to change the fields with vote counts in one table of
the Main election database without having that change affect any other tables

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or cause a referential integrity violation. This is a fundamental and critical breach
of sound database design, particularly considering the importance of chain-ofcustody and audit trail evidence for the provenance of ballot record and
tabulated vote information in a voting system.
Please see Reference D for an example of how the batch and ballot data moves
through the various databases and tables in the Dominion EMS.
VI. Digital Ballot Images are Obfuscated and Unverifiable
An attempt was made to investigate the conditions of the digital ballot images
to corroborate the findings above. This avenue of research is greatly hindered
because the ballot IDs or sequence numbers in the batches are not relatable to
their images, not even within the DVS databases themselves. This is an additional
example of a lack of referential integrity within the system.
Additionally, the digital ballot images do not have the accompanying “.sha” files
which are meant to prove the authenticity of the ballots. Therefore, any findings,
including the integrity and authenticity of ballot images, related to the digital
ballot images cannot be absolutely validated because there is no proof that the
images are the ones created at the time the ballots were first processed.
Finally, code running within the EMS server that has the system access rights to
create and alter SQL Server database records could be used to alter the stored
digital ballot images themselves. The EMS Adjudication module software already
has the capability of altering scanned images and legitimately does so for each
manually adjudicated ballot.
DISCUSSION
The events described above show a significant manipulation of a large number
of batch, ballot, and vote records in the DVS EMS Database in Mesa County, and
there are only a few possible explanations for the manipulation.

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1. Human Error
Extensive questioning of Mesa County election clerks has ruled out human
error as the reason for the unauthorized creation of election databases on
October 21, 2020, followed by reprocessing of 20,346 ballots. These
personnel have a strong recollection of the events of October 21, 2020, and
because of the timelines established both by their recollection and
corresponding database time stamps, it is evident that any and all unusual
actions they might have taken on that day were in response to the new
database’s creation having already occurred, and batch records being
copied into the new database, which affected their ability to complete
adjudication on some in-process ballots. Similarly, Mesa County election
officials have a strong recollection of the events of March 30, 2021. They
state that they did not take any steps that would have given rise to the
unauthorized creation of new election databases during the 2021 Grand
Junction Municipal Election on that day, followed by the reprocessing of
2,974 ballots,.
2. Software Failure
While an error or failure in the DVS EMS server is a possibility, it strains
credulity that any error could cause the numerous specific events which are
documented above. In particular, the non-sequential reloading of the
batches during the 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Election, when
compared with the sequential reloading in the November 2020 General
Election, makes it inherently impossible for the same error to have caused
both chains of events.
However, as noted in the section above labelled “Algorithmically Triggered”,
the DVS EMS server (or another connected machine running Dominion
software) could have been preprogrammed to perform the unauthorized
new database creations and the selected record manipulation which
followed based on preprogrammed criteria related to the election results
at the time. This would be the result of advance planning in the deliberate

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design of the software to alter outcomes when unexpected voting patterns
were detected.
3. Network Breach or Pre-Installation of Manipulating Software or
Algorithm
A device external to the DVS D-Suite network could have connected to the
DVS D-Suite and to the EMS server, using the open SQL Server port 1433,
open Web Services port 80, or through any other open port directly into the
DVS Software. As outlined in “Report #2, Forensic Examination and Analysis
Report” by D. Gould, there are numerous flaws in the security of the server,
many of which could provide an outside entity with direct access to the SQL
Server Database or the Application itself. The DVS D-Suite makes use of
“SOAP” messaging protocol API calls through its web server, so malicious
procedures could be triggered by simple port 80 access.
All Windows log files which would show these network accesses are
configured, as specified by DVS manuals published by the Colorado
Secretary of State as mandatory technical procedures for County election
officials, to keep only a small amount of log entries before they are
overwritten. Therefore, no record of external access to the DVS D-Suite is
available in Windows logs.
Regardless of whether the voting system was connected to an external
network or device, even momentarily, or whether a pre-installed software
or algorithm was triggered by an external command or complex set of
variable conditions, the execution of manipulating software or algorithm
could plausibly be responsible for the results described in our findings.

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CONCLUSIONS
1. Unauthorized creation of new Tabulation and Adjudication databases
occurred during the counting of the November 2020 General Election, along
with the selective copying of batch and ballot records from the original
databases to the new ones. This manipulation places all 25,913 initial
ballots counted into a state where they cannot be validated – some because
it is possible that their vote information was changed, and unverifiable that
it was not, and the rest because their “chain of evidence” has been
intentionally obfuscated. Even if the count and content of ballot images
match the numbers and counts reported by the database, there is no
method to validate those ballot images due to missing “.sha” files, which
are intended to provide such validation.
2. Unauthorized creation of new Tabulation and Adjudication databases
occurred during the 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Election, along with
the selective copying of batch and ballot records from the original
databases to the new ones. This places all 8,540 initial ballots counted into
a state where they cannot be validated – some because it is possible that
their vote information was changed and unverifiable that it was not, and
some because their “chain of evidence” has been intentionally obfuscated.
3. As we have found evidence that thousands of ballot records have had their
validity placed in serious question, none of the election results from the
2020 General or 2021 Grand Junction Municipal Elections in Mesa County
can be considered trustworthy. If Mesa County has preserved the respective
paper ballots, as they are required to do by law, and those ballots were
forensically authenticated with confirmed chain-of-custody from eligible
electors to sworn county election officials (not possible retrospectively, nor
under current election procedures in Colorado), then a hand-count of paper
ballots might support a verifiable, trustworthy conclusion about the countylevel results of these two elections.
4. Because the unauthorized methods used to alter batch and ballot-level
information described above are available within the DVS EMS server, this

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system cannot be considered reliable for use in any election. An
investigation, involving all physical and cyber evidence, including a source
code audit of the exact, verifiable version of all DVS-supplied executable
and library files, is necessary to identify the exact software methods used
to produce the manipulation and to determine other potential unauthorized
actions that the code is able to cause or enable.
5. The Dominion Voting System’s database structure stores actual vote
information in only one table, in aggregated form, so alterations made to
vote counts or candidates in just that table, create a single point of attack
or failure for the entire vote reporting process (see Reference D).

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APPENDIX A – BATCHES – ORIGINAL ADJUDICATION DATABASE
(WITH TIME BETWEEN BATCHES) – NOVEMBER 2020 ELECTION
TabulatorId BatchId LoadOrder Creation Date

Creation Time
12:07:41 PM
12:07:44 PM
12:07:48 PM
12:07:51 PM
12:07:54 PM
12:08:12 PM
12:08:16 PM
12:08:20 PM
12:08:24 PM
12:08:28 PM
12:23:35 PM
12:30:26 PM
12:32:30 PM
12:36:20 PM
12:43:25 PM
1:50:29 PM
1:54:19 PM
1:58:24 PM
2:03:29 PM
2:06:33 PM
2:10:23 PM
2:14:28 PM
2:18:33 PM
2:22:23 PM
2:26:27 PM
2:30:32 PM
2:34:23 PM
2:36:27 PM
2:40:30 PM
2:44:20 PM
2:48:25 PM
2:51:29 PM
2:57:21 PM
2:59:26 PM
3:05:31 PM
3:06:20 PM
3:09:24 PM
3:10:28 PM
3:12:33 PM
Prior
0:00:04
0:00:04
0:00:03
0:00:03
0:00:18
0:00:04
0:00:04
0:00:04
0:00:04
0:15:07
0:06:50
0:02:04
0:03:50
0:07:05
1:07:03
0:03:50
0:04:05
0:05:05
0:03:05
0:03:50
0:04:05
0:04:05
0:03:50
0:04:05
0:04:05
0:03:51
0:02:04
0:04:03
0:03:51
0:04:05
0:03:04
0:05:52
0:02:04
0:06:05
0:00:49
0:03:05
0:01:04
0:02:04

Difference from
Ballots
10 4001 1 10/19/2020 100
10 4002 2 10/19/2020 42
10 4003 3 10/19/2020 100
10 4004 4 10/19/2020 100
10 4005 5 10/19/2020 100
10 4006 6 10/19/2020 100
10 4007 7 10/19/2020 100
10 4008 8 10/19/2020 99
10 4009 9 10/19/2020 100
10 4010 10 10/19/2020 100
4 2001 11 10/19/2020 98
4 2002 12 10/19/2020 100
4 2003 13 10/19/2020 100
4 2004 14 10/19/2020 100
4 2005 15 10/19/2020 100
4 2006 16 10/19/2020 100
4 2007 17 10/19/2020 100
4 2008 18 10/19/2020 100
4 2009 19 10/19/2020 100
4 2010 20 10/19/2020 100
4 2011 21 10/19/2020 99
4 2012 22 10/19/2020 100
4 2013 23 10/19/2020 100
4 2014 24 10/19/2020 100
4 2015 25 10/19/2020 100
4 2016 26 10/19/2020 100
4 2017 27 10/19/2020 100
4 2018 28 10/19/2020 33
4 2019 29 10/19/2020 100
4 2020 30 10/19/2020 100
4 2021 31 10/19/2020 99
4 2022 32 10/19/2020 100
4 2023 33 10/19/2020 99
4 2024 34 10/19/2020 100
10 4011 35 10/19/2020 100
4 2025 36 10/19/2020 100
10 4012 37 10/19/2020 100
4 2026 38 10/19/2020 99
10 4013 39 10/19/2020 100

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4 2027 40 10/19/2020 3:15:22 PM 0:02:49 100
10 4014 41 10/19/2020 3:16:26 PM 0:01:04 100
4 2028 42 10/19/2020 3:17:33 PM 0:01:07 100
4 2029 43 10/19/2020 3:19:22 PM 0:01:49 25
4 2030 44 10/19/2020 3:22:24 PM 0:03:02 100
10 4015 45 10/19/2020 3:24:29 PM 0:02:04 99
4 2031 46 10/19/2020 3:29:34 PM 0:05:05 100
10 4016 47 10/19/2020 3:30:23 PM 0:00:49 100
4 2032 48 10/19/2020 3:34:28 PM 0:04:05 99
10 4017 49 10/19/2020 3:34:32 PM 0:00:04 100
10 4018 50 10/19/2020 3:40:22 PM 0:05:50 100
10 4019 51 10/19/2020 3:44:26 PM 0:04:05 100
10 4020 52 10/19/2020 3:48:31 PM 0:04:05 99
4 2033 53 10/19/2020 4:00:24 PM 0:11:53 100
10 4021 54 10/19/2020 4:00:43 PM 0:00:19 99
4 2034 55 10/19/2020 4:03:33 PM 0:02:49 100
10 4022 56 10/19/2020 4:03:37 PM 0:00:04 100
10 4023 57 10/19/2020 4:05:26 PM 0:01:49 78
4 2035 58 10/19/2020 4:09:30 PM 0:04:04 100
10 4024 59 10/19/2020 4:09:34 PM 0:00:04 100
10 4025 60 10/19/2020 4:12:24 PM 0:02:50 99
4 2036 61 10/19/2020 4:13:28 PM 0:01:04 100
10 4026 62 10/19/2020 4:15:33 PM 0:02:04 100
4 2037 63 10/19/2020 4:16:22 PM 0:00:49 99
10 4027 64 10/19/2020 4:19:26 PM 0:03:04 100
10 4028 65 10/19/2020 4:22:31 PM 0:03:05 100
4 2038 66 10/19/2020 4:24:20 PM 0:01:50 100
4 2039 67 10/19/2020 4:28:25 PM 0:04:05 100
4 2040 68 10/19/2020 4:32:30 PM 0:04:05 100
4 2041 69 10/19/2020 4:35:22 PM 0:02:52 100
10 4029 70 10/19/2020 4:37:26 PM 0:02:04 100
4 2042 71 10/19/2020 4:41:31 PM 0:04:05 99
10 4030 72 10/19/2020 4:41:35 PM 0:00:04 99
4 2043 73 10/19/2020 4:46:25 PM 0:04:50 100
10 4031 74 10/19/2020 4:49:29 PM 0:03:05 97
10 4032 75 10/19/2020 4:53:34 PM 0:04:05 99
10 4033 76 10/19/2020 4:55:23 PM 0:01:49 100
4 2044 77 10/19/2020 4:57:27 PM 0:02:04 100
10 4034 78 10/19/2020 4:58:32 PM 0:01:04 100
4 2045 79 10/19/2020 5:00:22 PM 0:01:51 99
10 4035 80 10/19/2020 5:03:27 PM 0:03:05 100
10 4036 81 10/19/2020 5:06:31 PM 0:03:05 100
4 2046 82 10/19/2020 5:16:22 PM 0:09:51 99
4 2047 83 10/19/2020 5:18:28 PM 0:02:06 100
10 4037 84 10/19/2020 5:18:32 PM 0:00:04 100

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4 2048 85 10/19/2020 5:22:22 PM 0:03:51 99
4 2049 86 10/20/2020 10:05:36 AM 16:43:13 100
4 2050 87 10/20/2020 10:07:25 AM 0:01:49 100
4 2051 88 10/20/2020 10:10:30 AM 0:03:05 99
4 2052 89 10/20/2020 10:13:35 AM 0:03:05 100
4 2053 90 10/20/2020 10:17:26 AM 0:03:51 100
4 2054 91 10/20/2020 10:29:33 AM 0:12:06 100
4 2055 92 10/20/2020 10:32:37 AM 0:03:05 100
4 2056 93 10/20/2020 10:40:29 AM 0:07:51 100
4 2057 94 10/20/2020 10:43:33 AM 0:03:05 100
4 2058 95 10/20/2020 10:50:38 AM 0:07:05 99
4 2059 96 10/20/2020 10:53:28 AM 0:02:49 100
4 2060 97 10/20/2020 10:56:32 AM 0:03:05 100
4 2061 98 10/20/2020 10:59:37 AM 0:03:04 100
4 2062 99 10/20/2020 11:02:27 AM 0:02:50 98
4 2063 100 10/20/2020 11:05:31 AM 0:03:04 100
4 2064 101 10/20/2020 11:08:36 AM 0:03:05 100
4 2065 102 10/20/2020 11:11:26 AM 0:02:50 100
4 2066 103 10/20/2020 11:16:31 AM 0:05:05 100
4 2067 104 10/20/2020 11:19:35 AM 0:03:05 100
4 2068 105 10/20/2020 11:22:40 AM 0:03:05 100
4 2069 106 10/20/2020 11:26:29 AM 0:03:50 99
4 2070 107 10/20/2020 11:30:34 AM 0:04:05 94
4 2071 108 10/20/2020 11:33:38 AM 0:03:04 100
4 2072 109 10/20/2020 11:38:28 AM 0:04:50 100
4 2073 110 10/20/2020 11:43:33 AM 0:05:05 100
10 4038 111 10/20/2020 11:43:37 AM 0:00:04 99
10 4039 112 10/20/2020 11:48:28 AM 0:04:50 100
10 4040 113 10/20/2020 11:50:32 AM 0:02:04 99
4 2074 114 10/20/2020 11:52:36 AM 0:02:04 99
10 4041 115 10/20/2020 11:55:28 AM 0:02:51 100
4 2075 116 10/20/2020 11:56:32 AM 0:01:04 99
10 4042 117 10/20/2020 11:58:36 AM 0:02:04 100
10 4043 118 10/20/2020 12:02:26 PM 0:03:50 100
10 4044 119 10/20/2020 12:05:31 PM 0:03:05 100
4 2076 120 10/20/2020 12:07:35 PM 0:02:04 100
4 2077 121 10/20/2020 12:13:40 PM 0:06:05 100
10 4045 122 10/20/2020 12:13:44 PM 0:00:04 100
4 2078 123 10/20/2020 12:16:34 PM 0:02:50 99
10 4046 124 10/20/2020 12:16:38 PM 0:00:04 100
4 2079 125 10/20/2020 12:19:28 PM 0:02:50 99
10 4047 126 10/20/2020 12:19:46 PM 0:00:19 99
4 2080 127 10/20/2020 12:22:36 PM 0:02:49 99
10 4048 128 10/20/2020 12:22:40 PM 0:00:04 100
4 2081 129 10/20/2020 12:25:30 PM 0:02:50 100

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10 4049 130 10/20/2020 12:30:35 PM 0:05:05 100
4 2082 131 10/20/2020 1:08:32 PM 0:37:57 100
10 4050 132 10/20/2020 1:11:37 PM 0:03:05 100
4 2083 133 10/20/2020 1:14:29 PM 0:02:52 100
10 4051 134 10/20/2020 1:14:48 PM 0:00:19 100
4 2084 135 10/20/2020 1:16:37 PM 0:01:49 100
10 4052 136 10/20/2020 1:18:26 PM 0:01:49 100
4 2085 137 10/20/2020 1:20:30 PM 0:02:04 100
10 4053 138 10/20/2020 1:21:35 PM 0:01:04 100
4 2086 139 10/20/2020 1:22:39 PM 0:01:04 100
10 4054 140 10/20/2020 1:27:29 PM 0:04:50 100
10 4055 141 10/20/2020 1:31:34 PM 0:04:05 100
4 2087 142 10/20/2020 1:33:38 PM 0:02:04 98
4 2088 143 10/20/2020 1:37:28 PM 0:03:50 100
10 4056 144 10/20/2020 1:47:34 PM 0:10:06 97
4 2089 145 10/20/2020 1:53:39 PM 0:06:05 100
4 2090 146 10/20/2020 1:58:30 PM 0:04:51 99
10 4057 147 10/20/2020 2:02:35 PM 0:04:05 96
4 2091 148 10/20/2020 2:04:39 PM 0:02:04 100
4 2092 149 10/20/2020 2:07:29 PM 0:02:49 100
10 4058 150 10/20/2020 2:07:47 PM 0:00:18 97
4 2093 151 10/20/2020 2:10:37 PM 0:02:49 100
4 2094 152 10/20/2020 2:14:28 PM 0:03:52 100
4 2095 153 10/20/2020 2:19:33 PM 0:05:05 97
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7 3001 155 10/20/2020 2:26:28 PM 0:02:50 100
7 3002 156 10/20/2020 2:29:32 PM 0:03:05 100
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7 3005 161 10/20/2020 2:39:40 PM 0:01:04 98
4 2099 162 10/20/2020 2:42:29 PM 0:02:49 99
7 3006 163 10/20/2020 2:43:33 PM 0:01:04 100
4 2100 164 10/20/2020 2:46:38 PM 0:03:05 100
7 3007 165 10/20/2020 2:47:27 PM 0:00:49 100
4 2101 166 10/20/2020 2:49:32 PM 0:02:05 100
7 3008 167 10/20/2020 2:51:36 PM 0:02:04 100
4 2102 168 10/20/2020 2:57:29 PM 0:05:53 97
7 3009 169 10/20/2020 2:57:47 PM 0:00:18 95
4 2103 170 10/20/2020 3:00:37 PM 0:02:49 99
7 3010 171 10/20/2020 3:01:41 PM 0:01:04 99
4 2104 172 10/20/2020 3:04:33 PM 0:02:53 99
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7 3013 176 10/20/2020 3:10:36 PM 0:02:50 98
4 2106 177 10/20/2020 3:12:41 PM 0:02:04 95
7 3014 178 10/20/2020 3:13:30 PM 0:00:49 100
4 2107 179 10/20/2020 3:21:35 PM 0:08:06 95
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4 2108 181 10/20/2020 3:25:30 PM 0:01:50 100
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7 3018 185 10/20/2020 3:35:34 PM 0:05:05 97
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2 1001 187 10/20/2020 4:02:32 PM 0:02:49 75
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4 2110 193 10/20/2020 4:24:30 PM 0:01:50 98
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4 2122 212 10/21/2020 9:39:44 AM 0:03:05 100
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2 1008 217 10/21/2020 10:14:37 AM 0:17:51 14
10 4059 218 10/21/2020 10:16:39 AM 0:02:02 100
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10 4062 221 10/21/2020 98
10 4063 222 10/21/2020 100
10 4064 223 10/21/2020 100
10 4065 224 10/21/2020 100
10 4066 225 10/21/2020 100
10 4067 226 10/21/2020 99
10 4068 227 10/21/2020 100
10 4069 228 10/21/2020 100
10 4070 229 10/21/2020 100
10 4071 230 10/21/2020 99
10 4072 231 10/21/2020 100
10 4073 232 10/21/2020 100
10 4074 233 10/21/2020 100
10 4075 234 10/21/2020 97
10 4076 235 10/21/2020 100
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10 4078 237 10/21/2020 100
10 4079 238 10/21/2020 100
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10 4084 243 10/21/2020 100
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10 4086 245 10/21/2020 98
10 4087 246 10/21/2020 98
10 4088 247 10/21/2020 95
10 4089 248 10/21/2020 97
10 4090 249 10/21/2020 98
10 4091 250 10/21/2020 95
10 4092 251 10/21/2020 98
10 4093 252 10/21/2020 98
10 4094 253 10/21/2020 95
10 4095 254 10/21/2020 97
10 4096 255 10/21/2020 96
10 4097 256 10/21/2020 95
10 4098 257 10/21/2020 100
10 4099 258 10/21/2020 63
10 4100 259 10/21/2020 100
7 3029 260 10/21/2020 100
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7 3031 262 10/21/2020 100
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APPENDIX B – BATCHES – NEW ADJUDICATION DATABASE
(WITH TIME BETWEEN BATCHES) – NOVEMBER 2020 ELECTION
TabulatorId BatchId CvrBatchId LoadOrder Creation Date

Creation Time
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Prior
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Difference
from
Ballots
10 4001 1 1 10/21/2020 100
10 4025 60 60 10/21/2020 99
4 2036 61 61 10/21/2020 100
10 4026 62 62 10/21/2020 100
4 2037 63 63 10/21/2020 99
10 4027 64 64 10/21/2020 100
10 4028 65 65 10/21/2020 100
4 2038 66 66 10/21/2020 100
4 2039 67 67 10/21/2020 100
4 2040 68 68 10/21/2020 100
4 2041 69 69 10/21/2020 100
10 4029 70 70 10/21/2020 100
4 2042 71 71 10/21/2020 99
10 4030 72 72 10/21/2020 99
4 2043 73 73 10/21/2020 100
10 4031 74 74 10/21/2020 97
10 4032 75 75 10/21/2020 99
10 4033 76 76 10/21/2020 100
4 2044 77 77 10/21/2020 100
10 4034 78 78 10/21/2020 100
4 2045 79 79 10/21/2020 99
10 4035 80 80 10/21/2020 100
10 4036 81 81 10/21/2020 100
4 2046 82 82 10/21/2020 99
4 2047 83 83 10/21/2020 100
10 4037 84 84 10/21/2020 100
4 2048 85 85 10/21/2020 99
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4 2056 93 93 10/21/2020 100
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4 2062 99 99 10/21/2020 98
4 2063 100 100 10/21/2020 100
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4 2069 106 106 10/21/2020 99
4 2070 107 107 10/21/2020 94
4 2071 108 108 10/21/2020 100
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4 2073 110 110 10/21/2020 100
10 4038 111 111 10/21/2020 99
10 4039 112 112 10/21/2020 100
10 4040 113 113 10/21/2020 99
4 2074 114 114 10/21/2020 99
10 4041 115 115 10/21/2020 100
4 2075 116 116 10/21/2020 99
10 4042 117 117 10/21/2020 100
10 4043 118 118 10/21/2020 100
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4 2076 120 120 10/21/2020 100
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10 4053 138 138 10/21/2020 100
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10 4056 144 144 10/21/2020 97
4 2089 145 145 10/21/2020 100
4 2090 146 146 10/21/2020 99
10 4057 147 147 10/21/2020 96
4 2091 148 148 10/21/2020 100
4 2092 149 149 10/21/2020 100
10 4058 150 150 10/21/2020 97
4 2093 151 151 10/21/2020 100
4 2094 152 152 10/21/2020 100
4 2095 153 153 10/21/2020 97
4 2096 154 154 10/21/2020 99
7 3001 155 155 10/21/2020 100
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4 2097 157 157 10/21/2020 100
7 3003 158 158 10/21/2020 100
7 3004 159 159 10/21/2020 98
4 2098 160 160 10/21/2020 100
7 3005 161 161 10/21/2020 98
4 2099 162 162 10/21/2020 99
7 3006 163 163 10/21/2020 100
4 2100 164 164 10/21/2020 100
7 3007 165 165 10/21/2020 100
4 2101 166 166 10/21/2020 100
7 3008 167 167 10/21/2020 100
4 2102 168 168 10/21/2020 97
7 3009 169 169 10/21/2020 95
4 2103 170 170 10/21/2020 99
7 3010 171 171 10/21/2020 99
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7 3011 173 173 10/21/2020 98
4 2105 174 174 10/21/2020 100
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7 3013 176 176 10/21/2020 98
4 2106 177 177 10/21/2020 95
7 3014 178 178 10/21/2020 100
4 2107 179 179 10/21/2020 95
7 3015 180 180 10/21/2020 94
4 2108 181 181 10/21/2020 100
7 3016 182 182 10/21/2020 100
7 3017 183 183 10/21/2020 100
4 2109 184 184 10/21/2020 94
7 3018 185 185 10/21/2020 97
7 3019 186 186 10/21/2020 95
2 1001 187 187 10/21/2020 75

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4 2110 193 193 10/21/2020 98
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2 1002 199 199 10/21/2020 21
2 1003 200 200 10/21/2020 75
2 1004 201 201 10/21/2020 80
4 2112 202 202 10/21/2020 99
4 2113 203 203 10/21/2020 95
4 2114 204 204 10/21/2020 98
4 2115 205 205 10/21/2020 96
4 2116 206 206 10/21/2020 99
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4 2120 210 210 10/21/2020 100
4 2121 211 211 10/21/2020 100
4 2122 212 212 10/21/2020 100
4 2123 213 213 10/21/2020 100
2 1005 214 214 10/21/2020 68
2 1006 215 215 10/21/2020 37
2 1007 216 216 10/21/2020 76
2 1008 217 217 10/21/2020 14
10 4059 218 218 10/21/2020 100
10 4060 219 219 10/21/2020 100
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10 4062 221 221 10/21/2020 98
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2 1094 896 896 11/3/2020 8:51:40 PM 0:00:49 74
10 4342 897 897 11/3/2020 8:53:43 PM 0:02:04 100
10 4343 898 898 11/3/2020 8:56:48 PM 0:03:04 99
2 1095 899 899 11/3/2020 8:58:37 PM 0:01:49 83
10 4344 900 900 11/3/2020 8:59:41 PM 0:01:04 100
2 1096 901 901 11/3/2020 9:01:45 PM 0:02:04 89
10 4345 902 902 11/3/2020 9:02:49 PM 0:01:04 100
10 4346 903 903 11/3/2020 9:08:39 PM 0:05:50 97
10 4347 904 904 11/3/2020 9:13:44 PM 0:05:05 99
10 4348 905 905 11/3/2020 9:17:48 PM 0:04:05 99
10 4349 906 906 11/3/2020 9:20:38 PM 0:02:50 99
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10 4350 908 908 11/3/2020 9:27:47 PM 0:03:05 100
7 3105 909 909 11/3/2020 9:28:37 PM 0:00:49 99
7 3106 910 910 11/3/2020 9:32:41 PM 0:04:05 68
10 4351 911 911 11/3/2020 10:13:38 PM 0:40:57 55
10 4352 912 912 11/3/2020 10:16:42 PM 0:03:03 98
10 4353 913 913 11/3/2020 10:22:47 PM 0:06:05 99
10 4354 914 914 11/3/2020 10:25:38 PM 0:02:51 100
10 4355 915 915 11/3/2020 10:28:43 PM 0:03:05 100
10 4356 916 916 11/3/2020 10:31:47 PM 0:03:05 99
10 4357 917 917 11/3/2020 10:34:38 PM 0:02:51 100
10 4358 918 918 11/3/2020 10:37:43 PM 0:03:05 100
10 4359 919 919 11/3/2020 10:40:47 PM 0:03:05 100
10 4360 920 920 11/3/2020 10:43:39 PM 0:02:52 100
10 4361 921 921 11/3/2020 10:45:44 PM 0:02:04 100
10 4362 922 922 11/3/2020 10:48:48 PM 0:03:05 100
2 1097 923 923 11/3/2020 10:50:37 PM 0:01:49 99
2 1098 924 924 11/3/2020 10:53:42 PM 0:03:04 94
10 4363 925 925 11/3/2020 10:55:46 PM 0:02:04 100
10 4364 926 926 11/3/2020 11:00:38 PM 0:04:52 98
10 4365 927 927 11/3/2020 11:03:43 PM 0:03:04 100
2 1099 928 928 11/3/2020 11:04:47 PM 0:01:04 68
10 4366 929 929 11/3/2020 11:06:51 PM 0:02:04 100
10 4367 930 930 11/3/2020 11:09:40 PM 0:02:50 100
2 1100 931 931 11/3/2020 11:10:44 PM 0:01:04 77
10 4368 932 932 11/3/2020 11:11:48 PM 0:01:03 100
2 1101 933 933 11/3/2020 11:15:37 PM 0:03:50 88
10 4369 934 934 11/3/2020 11:15:56 PM 0:00:19 100
10 4370 935 935 11/3/2020 11:18:45 PM 0:02:50 100
2 1102 936 936 11/3/2020 11:19:50 PM 0:01:04 99
10 4371 937 937 11/3/2020 11:20:39 PM 0:00:49 100
2 1103 938 938 11/3/2020 11:21:43 PM 0:01:04 65
2 1104 939 939 11/3/2020 11:22:45 PM 0:01:03 37
2 1105 940 940 11/3/2020 11:27:48 PM 0:05:03 95
2 1106 941 941 11/3/2020 11:28:37 PM 0:00:49 95
7 3107 942 942 11/3/2020 11:37:42 PM 0:09:05 66
2 1107 943 943 11/10/2020 12:58:43 PM 87
2 1108 944 944 11/10/2020 1:01:32 PM 0:02:49 81
2 1109 945 945 11/10/2020 1:03:36 PM 0:02:04 69
2 1110 946 946 11/10/2020 1:08:40 PM 0:05:04 98
2 1111 947 947 11/10/2020 1:15:45 PM 0:07:05 97
2 1112 948 948 11/10/2020 1:27:36 PM 0:11:51 95
2 1113 949 949 11/10/2020 1:28:40 PM 0:01:04 68
2 1114 950 950 11/10/2020 1:30:43 PM 0:02:03 81
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2 1117 953 953 11/10/2020 1:42:41 PM 0:02:04 95
2 1118 954 954 11/10/2020 1:44:31 PM 0:01:50 94
2 1119 955 955 11/10/2020 1:54:37 PM 0:10:06 98
2 1120 956 956 11/10/2020 1:56:41 PM 0:02:04 87
2 1121 957 957 11/10/2020 1:58:31 PM 0:01:50 83
2 1122 958 958 11/10/2020 2:01:35 PM 0:03:04 85
2 1123 959 959 11/10/2020 2:02:39 PM 0:01:03 68
7 3108 960 960 11/10/2020 2:13:44 PM 0:11:05 97
7 3109 961 961 11/10/2020 2:21:34 PM 0:07:51 99
7 3110 962 962 11/10/2020 2:24:39 PM 0:03:04 100
7 3111 963 963 11/10/2020 2:33:45 PM 0:09:06 99
7 3112 964 964 11/10/2020 2:39:35 PM 0:05:50 90
7 3113 965 965 11/10/2020 2:45:40 PM 0:06:05 92
7 3114 966 966 11/10/2020 3:43:41 PM 0:58:01 82
2 1124 967 969 11/13/2020 11:38:15 AM 59
7 3115 968 970 11/13/2020 11:38:17 AM 0:00:02 21
7 3116 969 971 11/13/2020 11:38:18 AM 0:00:01 2
7 3117 970 972 11/13/2020 11:38:18 AM 0:00:00 23
7 3118 971 973 11/13/2020 12:59:07 PM 1:20:49 40
2 1125 972 976 11/20/2020 11:47:01 AM 12
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APPENDIX C – LOG ENTRIES FROM EMS USER LOG – OCTOBER 2020

Date and Time Commands / Comments in red
10/21/2020
14:18:01
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 1250ms): Batch 227 – Successfully synchronized results.
10/21/2020
14:18:02
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 1156ms): Batch 226 – Successfully synchronized results.
10/21/2020
14:18:03
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 1297ms): Batch 228 – Successfully synchronized results.
10/21/2020
14:18:05
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 906ms): Batch 229 – Successfully synchronized results.
The above four commands are the last 4 batches adjudicated and written back to the database before the database
copy.
10/21/2020
14:18:14
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 267).
10/21/2020
14:18:33
LoadResultsCommand (execution duration: 2688ms): Result file ‘1_1_7_3037_DETAIL.DVD’ was loaded successfully.
The above two statements are the Adjudication Module checking for new Batches, and then loading the DVD file
from the NAS for the new one it encountered.
Note that this batch never made it to the old Adjudication database, it eventually made it to the new one. We are at
this point 18 seconds from the database copy.
10/21/2020
14:18:39
GetAdjudicationSupportStatusCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Adjudication status retrieved (Adjudication is
enabled)
10/21/2020
14:18:52
GetAdjudicationSupportStatusCommand (execution duration: 0ms): Adjudication status retrieved (Adjudication is
enabled)
This is the only time that this command is seen in the log during the election period, and they happened 12 seconds
BEFORE the copy and then again 1 second after.
10/21/2020
14:18:57
GetRelevantOutstackConditionsCommand (execution duration: 31ms): Successfully retrieved relevant outstack
conditions
10/21/2020
14:19:26
GetRelevantOutstackConditionsCommand (execution duration: 0ms): Successfully retrieved relevant outstack
conditions
Again, the only time this command is seen, and to me it seems that it involves the new database trying to figure out
the current adjudication status
10/21/2020
14:20:06
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 1156ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 0). Values of CvrSortOrder field for delivered batches are: 1
This is the Adjudication Module looking for new batches on the NAS drive. As there are currently no batches (the
new database was created with no records), it is looking for anything >0
10/21/2020
14:20:07
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 219ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘1’ successfully retrieved.
1 Batch was found and retrieved
10/21/2020
14:20:25
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 47ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 1). Values of CvrSortOrder field for delivered batches are: 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67,
68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98,
99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121,
122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144,
145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167,
168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190,
191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213,
214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236,
237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259,
260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268
Now the Adjudication module checks for new batches again. Note that the 1st time it found only one, now it finds
ALL the rest from 60 – 267 (no sign of 2-59)
10/21/2020
14:20:26
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 219ms): Cast vote records for batch ’60’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:20:30
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 312ms): Cast vote records for batch ’61’ successfully retrieved.

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10/21/2020
14:20:34
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ’62’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:20:38
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’63’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:20:43
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’64’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:20:47
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 344ms): Cast vote records for batch ’65’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:20:51
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 406ms): Cast vote records for batch ’66’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:20:55
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’67’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:20:59
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’68’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:04
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’69’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:08
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 359ms): Cast vote records for batch ’70’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:12
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’71’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:16
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ’72’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:20
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 297ms): Cast vote records for batch ’73’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:24
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ’74’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:28
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 344ms): Cast vote records for batch ’75’ successfully retrieved.
The above log entries are the reloading of the batches 60 – 75
10/21/2020
14:21:29
GetCastVoteRecordImageCommand (execution duration: 0ms): Image for tabulator ’10, batch ‘4001’ and session
’18’ successfully retrieved.
The Adjudication Module begins processing ballots needing adjudication (4001 = batch 1)
10/21/2020
14:21:33
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 312ms): Cast vote records for batch ’76’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:37
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ’77’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:44
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’78’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:48
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’79’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:52
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 375ms): Cast vote records for batch ’80’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:21:56
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’81’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:00
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ’82’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:04
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ’83’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:09
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’84’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:13
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 344ms): Cast vote records for batch ’85’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:17
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 281ms): Cast vote records for batch ’86’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:21
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’87’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:25
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 297ms): Cast vote records for batch ’88’ successfully retrieved.

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10/21/2020
14:22:29
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 328ms): Cast vote records for batch ’89’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:33
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’90’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:37
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ’91’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:41
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’92’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:46
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ’93’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:50
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ’94’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:54
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ’95’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:22:58
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ’96’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:02
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 359ms): Cast vote records for batch ’97’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:06
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’98’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:10
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ’99’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:14
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘100’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:18
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘101’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:23
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 344ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘102’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:27
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘103’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:31
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘104’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:37
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘105’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:41
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘106’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:45
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 312ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘107’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:49
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘108’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:53
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 344ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘109’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:23:57
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘110’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:01
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘111’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:06
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 328ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘112’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:10
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘113’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:13
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 281ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘114’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:18
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 297ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘115’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:22
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘116’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:26
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 281ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘117’ successfully retrieved.

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10/21/2020
14:24:30
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘118’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:35
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘119’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:39
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘120’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:43
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘121’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:47
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 328ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘122’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:51
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘123’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:24:55
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘124’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:00
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘125’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:04
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 297ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘126’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:08
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘127’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:12
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘128’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:16
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 297ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘129’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:20
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘130’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:25
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 328ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘131’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:30
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘132’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:34
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘133’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:38
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘134’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:42
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘135’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:47
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 344ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘136’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:52
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘137’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:25:57
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘138’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:01
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘139’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:05
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘140’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:09
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘141’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:13
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘142’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:17
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 344ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘143’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:21
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘144’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:25
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘145’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:29
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘146’ successfully retrieved.

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10/21/2020
14:26:33
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 219ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘147’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:37
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘148’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:41
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘149’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:45
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘150’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:49
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘151’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:52
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘152’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:26:57
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘153’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:01
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 297ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘154’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:05
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘155’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:10
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘156’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:14
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘157’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:18
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 359ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘158’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:21
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘159’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:26
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘160’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:30
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘161’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:34
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘162’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:38
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘163’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:42
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘164’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:46
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘165’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:50
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘166’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:27:56
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 312ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘167’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:01
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘168’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:05
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘169’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:10
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘170’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:13
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘171’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:18
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 297ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘172’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:22
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘173’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:25
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘174’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:30
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 344ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘175’ successfully retrieved.

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10/21/2020
14:28:34
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘176’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:38
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘177’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:42
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘178’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:46
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘179’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:50
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 313ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘180’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:54
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘181’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:28:58
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘182’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:02
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘183’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:06
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘184’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:10
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 312ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘185’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:14
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘186’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:18
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 172ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘187’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:22
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 438ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘188’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:26
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘189’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:30
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 328ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘190’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:34
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘191’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:38
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘192’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:43
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘193’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:47
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 281ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘194’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:52
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 297ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘195’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:29:56
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘196’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:00
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 297ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘197’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:04
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 281ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘198’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:08
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 62ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘199’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:09
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 203ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘200’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:13
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 203ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘201’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:17
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘202’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:21
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 281ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘203’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:25
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘204’ successfully retrieved.

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10/21/2020
14:30:29
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘205’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:33
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘206’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:37
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘207’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:41
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 313ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘208’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:45
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 313ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘209’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:50
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘210’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:54
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘211’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:30:58
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘212’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:02
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘213’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:06
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 187ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘214’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:09
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘215’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:11
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘216’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:14
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 47ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘217’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:15
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘218’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:19
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘219’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:23
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘220’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:27
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘221’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:31
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘222’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:35
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘223’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:40
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘224’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:44
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 328ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘225’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:48
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘226’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:52
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘227’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:31:56
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘228’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:01
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 328ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘229’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:05
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘230’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:09
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 219ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘231’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:14
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘232’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:18
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘233’ successfully retrieved.

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10/21/2020
14:32:23
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘234’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:27
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘235’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:31
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘236’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:36
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘237’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:40
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 250ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘238’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:44
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘239’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:48
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 266ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘240’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:52
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 219ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘241’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:32:57
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 313ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘242’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:01
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘243’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:06
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘244’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:10
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 297ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘245’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:14
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘246’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:18
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 219ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘247’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:22
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘248’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:26
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 344ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘249’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:31
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘250’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:34
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 219ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘251’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:38
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘252’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:43
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘253’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:47
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘254’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:51
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 281ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘255’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:55
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘256’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:33:59
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘257’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:34:03
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 141ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘258’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:34:05
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘259’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:34:10
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 344ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘260’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:34:13
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘261’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:34:17
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘262’ successfully retrieved.

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10/21/2020
14:34:21
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘263’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:34:25
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘264’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:34:30
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘265’ successfully retrieved.
The reload is almost complete
10/21/2020
14:34:33
GetCastVoteRecordImageCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Image for tabulator ’10, batch ‘4001’ and session
’25’ successfully retrieved.
A second ballot from batch 1 goes to adjudication
10/21/2020
14:34:34
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘266’ successfully retrieved.
10/21/2020
14:34:38
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘267’ successfully retrieved.
At this point we have reloaded all of the batches from the original database. Time elapsed since copy event: 11
minutes, 47 seconds
This is 3 seconds (on average) per copied batch, .03 seconds (on average) per ballot.
10/21/2020
14:34:42
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 234ms): Cast vote records for batch ‘268’ successfully retrieved.
This is the system actually loading up batch 3037, the last one that was saved before the database copy. (See line
7 above)
At this point all but 58 batches and their ballots from the original Adjudication database are now copied to the new
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APPENDIX D – LOG ENTRIES FROM EMS USER LOG – MARCH 2021

Date and Time Command / Comment
03/30/2021
14:57:16
GetCastVoteRecordImageCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Image for tabulator ’30, batch ‘3044’
and session ’72’ successfully retrieved.
Adjudication Module requesting an image so that it can be adjudicated
03/30/2021
14:57:17
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 0ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 88).
03/30/2021
14:57:32
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 88).
03/30/2021
14:57:47
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 88).
03/30/2021
14:58:02
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 0ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 88).
Normal checks for new batches. We are 54 seconds from database copy event
03/30/2021
14:58:41
GetAdjudicationSupportStatusCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Adjudication status retrieved
(Adjudication is enabled)
03/30/2021
14:58:57
GetAdjudicationSupportStatusCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Adjudication status retrieved
(Adjudication is enabled)
Like in the November 2020 election these two commands appear right before and right after the copy
event.
03/30/2021
14:58:59
GetRelevantOutstackConditionsCommand (execution duration: 47ms): Successfully retrieved relevant
outstack conditions
03/30/2021
14:59:15
GetRelevantOutstackConditionsCommand (execution duration: 0ms): Successfully retrieved relevant
outstack conditions
These two commands also were found just after the database copy event
03/30/2021
14:59:52
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 156ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 0). Values of CvrSortOrder field for delivered batches are: 45, 46
03/30/2021
14:59:52
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 406ms): Cast vote records for batch ’46’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
14:59:56
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 109ms): Cast vote records for batch ’47’ successfully
retrieved.
The select batches from the original Adjudication database begin being encountered, although like
November 2020, not all at once.
03/30/2021
15:00:14
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 46). Values of CvrSortOrder field for delivered batches are: 48, 49
03/30/2021
15:00:14
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’49’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:00:18
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 109ms): Cast vote records for batch ’50’ successfully
retrieved.

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03/30/2021
15:00:36
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 31ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 49). Values of CvrSortOrder field for delivered batches are: 51, 52, 53, 54, 55,
56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83,
84, 85, 86, 87, 88
03/30/2021
15:00:36
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’52’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:00:40
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’53’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:00:43
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’54’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:00:47
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’55’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:00:51
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’56’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:00:54
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’57’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:00:58
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’58’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:01
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 125ms): Cast vote records for batch ’59’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:05
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’60’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:08
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’61’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:11
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’62’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:15
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’63’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:19
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 125ms): Cast vote records for batch ’64’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:22
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’65’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:25
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’66’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:29
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’67’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:33
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’68’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:36
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’69’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:40
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’70’ successfully
retrieved.

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03/30/2021
15:01:44
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 109ms): Cast vote records for batch ’71’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:48
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’72’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:51
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’73’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:55
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’74’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:01:59
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 109ms): Cast vote records for batch ’75’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:02
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 109ms): Cast vote records for batch ’76’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:06
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’77’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:09
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’78’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:12
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’79’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:16
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 63ms): Cast vote records for batch ’80’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:19
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 109ms): Cast vote records for batch ’81’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:22
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’82’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:26
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’83’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:29
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’84’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:33
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 109ms): Cast vote records for batch ’85’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:37
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Cast vote records for batch ’86’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:40
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’87’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:44
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Cast vote records for batch ’88’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:02:47
GetCastVoteRecordsCommand (execution duration: 47ms): Cast vote records for batch ’89’ successfully
retrieved.
03/30/2021
15:03:04
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
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03/30/2021
15:03:19
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 203ms): Batch 63 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:19
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 88).
03/30/2021
15:03:19
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 141ms): Batch 59 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:20
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 125ms): Batch 61 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:20
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Batch 62 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:20
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Batch 64 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:20
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 62ms): Batch 65 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:21
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 109ms): Batch 67 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:21
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Batch 68 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:21
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 62ms): Batch 69 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:21
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 94ms): Batch 70 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:21
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 62ms): Batch 71 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:22
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 63ms): Batch 72 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:22
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 62ms): Batch 74 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:22
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 78ms): Batch 56 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:34
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 0ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 88).
03/30/2021
15:03:40
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 188ms): Batch 75 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:48
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 172ms): Batch 79 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:48
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 125ms): Batch 77 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:03:48
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 109ms): Batch 78 – Successfully synchronized results.

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03/30/2021
15:03:49
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 0ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 88).
03/30/2021
15:03:51
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 125ms): Batch 80 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:04:04
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 88).
03/30/2021
15:04:14
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 203ms): Batch 82 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:04:18
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 156ms): Batch 84 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:04:19
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 125ms): Batch 83 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:04:19
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 0ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 88).
03/30/2021
15:04:21
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 156ms): Batch 85 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:04:34
GetBatchesCommand (execution duration: 16ms): Cast vote record batch list was successfully retrieved
(CvrSortOrder greater then 88).
03/30/2021
15:04:48
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 109ms): Batch 89 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:04:49
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 141ms): Batch 87 – Successfully synchronized results.
03/30/2021
15:04:49
SubmitBatchCommand (execution duration: 156ms): Batch 88 – Successfully synchronized results.
Like November 2020, the rest of the batches from the original Adjudication database are copied and
reprocessed.
The order, however, is not the same, and there is a referenced to a batch 89 which does not have a
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REFERENCE A – DATABASES AND TABLES
In order to assist other researchers, who may wish to examine these findings or
perform additional analysis, here are the most important databases and tables
which were used in this analysis.
Main election databases:
November 2020 General Election:
[2020 Mesa County General-2020-09-05-00-10-20]
MD5 File Hash:
a0d14c37dc7a596e0687351314e0c363
April 2021 Municipal Election:
[City of Grand Junction Municipal Election 2021-2021-02-05-16-01-32]
MD5 File Hash:
6a11b07b6c03e45aa66da599d76a37e1
Primary Tables (specifically related to vote totals):
ResultContainer: (Batch level raw vote data)
ResultSplitter: (Vote Data by Polling Location
ChoiceResult: (Raw aggregated vote data)
CastVoteRecord: (Raw per-ballot list)
Choice: (All Candidates/Choices)
Contest: (All contests in Election)
Tabulator: (All defined tabulators)
Stored Procedures (useful for checking final results):
GetContestResults: Displays current results of any or all contests
GetContestStatistics: Displays stats for any or all contests, including undervotes and
overvotes
Adjudication databases:
November 2020 General Election:
[AdjudicableBallotStore_2020_Mesa_County_General_2020-10-01_12:18:50] (before
copy)
MD5 File Hash:
56c292e893c1ea2782718b7c56d90bd9
[AdjudicableBallotStore_2020_Mesa_County_General_2020-10-21_14:18:51] (after
copy)

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MD5 Hash: 9c46e48519c88cc4becf519cc3fa9649
April 2021 Municipal Election:
[AdjudicableBallotStore_City_Of_Grand_Junction_Municipal_Election_2021_2021-03-
18_10:48:14] (before copy)
MD5 Hash:
901c5945f2abde8101716175a7827000
[AdjudicableBallotStore_City_Of_Grand_Junction_Municipal_Election_2021_2021-03-
30_14:58:56] (after copy)
MD5 Hash:
7937423c28f0741d7a9540810783b0c4a2629dc4
Primary Tables:
Batches: Raw batch information
SerializedAdjudicableBallots: Contains one data record for each ballot received.
BallotStatusEvents: Every ballot with Adjudication status. New records for same ballot
whenever any change occurs in the status of the ballot.

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REFERENCE B – SCANNER SPEED
https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/VotingSystems/DVS-DemocracySuite511/documentation/2-03-ICC-FunctionalityDescription-5-
11-CO.pdf

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REFERENCE C – SCANNERS USED BY MESA COUNTY
https://onbase.mesacounty.us/OnBaseAgendaOnline/Documents/Downloadfile/Special_Meeting_1018_Agenda_Packet_8_24_2021_1_00_0
0_PM.pdf?documentType=5&meetingId=1018&isAttachment=True

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REFERENCE D – DATA MOVEMENT FROM BATCHES TO VOTES
Below please find an example of how the data moves through the system from
the batch to its votes, and how the ballot level vote data is obfuscated in the
process. Blank and irrelevant fields are omitted.
When batch 4025 was received in the Mesa County November 2020 election, the
following record was created in the
batches table of the Adjudication database.

Field Value
TabulatorId 10
BatchId 4025
Name Tabulator 10 – Batch 4025
LoadOrder 60
CreationTime 10/21/20 2:20 PM
ModificationTime 10/22/20 10:33 AM
BallotCount 99
HasAdjudicatedBallots 1

After all adjudication tasks were complete, a record exists in the Main election
database
ResultContainer table.

Field Value
Id 60
containerType CVR
resultState Published
batchId 4025
fileName 1_1_10_4025_DETAIL.DVD
tabulatorId 10
CvrSortOrder 60
TimeStamp 10/19/20 4:12 PM

This table serves as a record of each individual batch received, and the batchId
field (4025 in this case) references the BatchId of the Adjudication database’s
Batches table, as shown above. This is the first evidence of a break in referential
integrity, as there is no database-level relationship between these two tables. In

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other words, the Batches record in the Adjudication database can be removed or
altered without any warning or error being generated by the database.
Of note also is that the number of ballots which exists in each batch is not a part
of the
ResultContainer table. This makes reconciling the data in the Main election
database tables much more difficult.
From here, the information goes to three other tables of interest in the Main
election database. The first is
CastVoteRecord, which contains the ballot-level
vote data.

Id ResultContainerId RecordId PrecinctPortionId IsCurrent OriginalCvrId OutstackConditions BallotTypeId tabulatorId batchId
5892 60 1 124 1 NULL 1088 5 10 4025
5893 60 2 103 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5894 60 3 66 0 NULL 256 8 10 4025
5895 60 4 44 1 NULL 1088 3 10 4025
5896 60 5 111 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5897 60 6 63 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5898 60 7 79 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5899 60 8 98 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5900 60 9 22 1 NULL 1088 3 10 4025
5901 60 10 22 0 NULL 256 3 10 4025
5902 60 11 111 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5903 60 12 134 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5904 60 13 134 0 NULL 256 7 10 4025
5905 60 14 4 1 NULL 1088 1 10 4025
5906 60 15 100 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5907 60 16 98 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5908 60 17 40 1 NULL 0 1 10 4025
5909 60 18 129 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5910 60 19 124 1 NULL 1088 5 10 4025
5911 60 20 108 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5912 60 21 131 0 NULL 5 7 10 4025
5913 60 22 41 0 NULL 1344 1 10 4025
5914 60 23 42 0 NULL 256 1 10 4025
5915 60 24 13 1 NULL 1088 2 10 4025
5916 60 25 42 1 NULL 1088 1 10 4025
5917 60 26 2 1 NULL 0 1 10 4025
5918 60 27 42 1 NULL 0 1 10 4025
5919 60 28 60 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5920 60 29 95 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5921 60 30 100 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025

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5922 60 31 10 1 NULL 1088 1 10 4025
5923 60 32 117 1 NULL 1088 5 10 4025
5924 60 33 101 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5925 60 34 10 0 NULL 256 1 10 4025
5926 60 35 102 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5927 60 36 60 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5928 60 37 101 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5929 60 38 7 1 NULL 1088 1 10 4025
5930 60 39 41 1 NULL 0 1 10 4025
5931 60 40 101 0 NULL 1344 7 10 4025
5932 60 41 62 1 NULL 1088 8 10 4025
5933 60 42 46 1 NULL 1088 1 10 4025
5934 60 43 70 1 NULL 0 8 10 4025
5935 60 44 63 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5936 60 45 100 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5937 60 46 94 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5938 60 47 101 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5939 60 48 79 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5940 60 49 131 0 NULL 1 7 10 4025
5941 60 50 3 1 NULL 0 1 10 4025
5942 60 51 108 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5943 60 52 63 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5944 60 53 105 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5945 60 54 100 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5946 60 55 17 1 NULL 0 3 10 4025
5947 60 56 40 1 NULL 0 1 10 4025
5948 60 57 101 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5949 60 58 60 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5950 60 59 22 0 NULL 1 3 10 4025
5951 60 60 134 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5952 60 61 103 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5953 60 62 60 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5954 60 63 7 1 NULL 1088 1 10 4025
5955 60 64 52 1 NULL 0 3 10 4025
5956 60 65 100 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5957 60 66 100 0 NULL 256 7 10 4025
5958 60 67 101 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5959 60 68 79 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5960 60 69 100 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5961 60 70 129 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5962 60 71 98 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5963 60 72 138 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5964 60 73 119 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025

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5965 60 74 50 1 NULL 1088 1 10 4025
5966 60 75 102 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5967 60 76 100 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5968 60 77 22 1 NULL 1088 3 10 4025
5969 60 78 60 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5970 60 79 44 0 NULL 1344 3 10 4025
5971 60 80 101 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5972 60 81 111 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5973 60 82 129 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5974 60 83 98 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5975 60 84 111 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5976 60 85 34 1 NULL 0 1 10 4025
5977 60 86 35 1 NULL 1088 1 10 4025
5978 60 87 17 1 NULL 0 3 10 4025
5979 60 88 50 1 NULL 1088 1 10 4025
5980 60 89 104 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5981 60 90 104 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5982 60 91 30 1 NULL 0 1 10 4025
5983 60 92 134 1 NULL 0 7 10 4025
5984 60 93 134 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5985 60 94 101 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5986 60 95 105 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5987 60 96 52 1 NULL 1088 3 10 4025
5988 60 97 105 0 NULL 256 7 10 4025
5989 60 98 100 1 NULL 1088 7 10 4025
5990 60 99 98 0 NULL 1344 7 10 4025
9514 60 3 66 1 5894 0 8 10 4025
9515 60 10 22 1 5901 0 3 10 4025
9516 60 13 134 1 5904 0 7 10 4025
9517 60 22 41 1 5913 1088 1 10 4025
9518 60 23 42 1 5914 0 1 10 4025
9519 60 21 131 1 5912 1092 7 10 4025
9620 60 34 10 1 5925 0 1 10 4025
9621 60 49 131 1 5940 1088 7 10 4025
9622 60 40 101 1 5931 1088 7 10 4025
9623 60 59 22 1 5950 1 3 10 4025
9624 60 66 100 1 5957 256 7 10 4025
9625 60 79 44 1 5970 1088 3 10 4025
9626 60 99 98 1 5990 1088 7 10 4025
9728 60 97 105 1 5988 0 7 10 4025

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There is one record for each ballot in batch 4025, and then an additional record
for each ballot which went through the manual adjudication process. The
IsCurrent field indicates which of the two ballot records is the latest one. No
timestamp exists in this table to be able to determine the time the ballot data
was entered or modified.
Unlike a “Cast Vote Record” file, this table contains no vote information.
Next is
ResultSplitter. Batch 4025 was separated into 42 rows in this table:

Id numberOfValid pollingDistrictId resultContainerId numberOfWriteIns tabulatorId ballotId
2008 1 30 60 0 10 1
2007 2 104 60 0 10 7
2006 1 35 60 0 10 1
2005 1 34 60 0 10 1
2004 2 50 60 0 10 1
2003 1 119 60 0 10 7
2002 1 138 60 0 10 7
2001 2 52 60 0 10 3
2000 2 17 60 0 10 3
1999 3 105 60 0 10 7
1998 1 3 60 0 10 1
1997 1 94 60 0 10 7
1996 1 70 60 0 10 8
1995 1 46 60 0 10 1
1994 1 62 60 0 10 8
1993 2 7 60 0 10 1
1992 2 102 60 0 10 7
1991 8 101 60 0 10 7
1990 1 117 60 0 10 5
1989 2 10 60 0 10 1
1988 1 95 60 0 10 7
1987 5 60 60 0 10 7
1986 1 2 60 0 10 1
1985 1 13 60 0 10 2
1984 3 42 60 0 10 1
1983 2 41 60 0 10 1
1982 2 131 60 0 10 7
1981 2 108 60 0 10 7
1980 3 129 60 0 10 7
1979 2 40 60 0 10 1
1978 9 100 60 0 10 7

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1977 1 4 60 0 10 1
1976 5 134 60 0 10 7
1975 4 22 60 1 10 3
1974 5 98 60 0 10 7
1973 3 79 60 0 10 7
1972 3 63 60 0 10 7
1971 4 111 60 0 10 7
1970 2 44 60 0 10 3
1969 1 66 60 0 10 8
1968 2 103 60 0 10 7
1967 2 124 60 0 10 5

The 99 ballots in batch 4025 are segregated here by polling district number. No
vote information appears in this table, and this table links back to its
corresponding record in the
ResultContainer table through the resultContainerId
field. Again, this table contains no specific vote information for the ballots.
Next is the table
ChoiceResult. Because of how the records are aggregated, there
are over 1,600 records for batch 4025. For brevity, only the first 49 records are
displayed.

Id numberOfVotes isValid contestResultId pollingDistrictId tabulatorId resultContainerId choiceId partyId
72135 2 1 56749 63 10 60 82 0
72136 1 1 56749 63 10 60 83 0
72137 2 1 56750 63 10 60 88 0
72138 1 1 56750 63 10 60 89 0
72139 2 1 56751 79 10 60 2 0
72140 1 1 56751 79 10 60 1 0
72141 2 1 56752 79 10 60 23 5
72142 1 1 56752 79 10 60 22 2
72143 2 1 56753 79 10 60 27 5
72144 1 1 56753 79 10 60 28 2
72145 2 1 56754 79 10 60 32 5
72146 1 1 56754 79 10 60 31 2
72147 2 1 56755 79 10 60 35 5
72148 1 1 56755 79 10 60 36 2
72149 2 1 56756 79 10 60 38 5
72150 2 1 56757 79 10 60 39 5
72151 1 1 56757 79 10 60 40 2
72152 2 1 56758 79 10 60 42 5
72153 1 1 56758 79 10 60 41 2

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72154 3 1 56759 79 10 60 44 0
72155 3 1 56760 79 10 60 46 0
72156 3 1 56761 79 10 60 48 0
72157 3 1 56762 79 10 60 50 0
72158 2 1 56763 79 10 60 74 0
72159 1 1 56763 79 10 60 75 0
72160 3 1 56764 79 10 60 76 0
72161 3 1 56765 79 10 60 78 0
72162 3 1 56766 79 10 60 80 0
72163 2 1 56767 79 10 60 53 0
72164 1 1 56767 79 10 60 52 0
72165 3 1 56768 79 10 60 55 0
72166 2 1 56769 79 10 60 56 0
72167 1 1 56769 79 10 60 57 0
72134 3 1 56748 63 10 60 73 0
72133 1 1 56747 63 10 60 71 0
72132 2 1 56747 63 10 60 70 0
72131 3 1 56746 63 10 60 68 0
72130 2 1 56745 63 10 60 66 0
72129 1 1 56745 63 10 60 67 0
72128 2 1 56744 63 10 60 65 0
72127 1 1 56744 63 10 60 64 0
72126 1 1 56743 63 10 60 63 0
72125 2 1 56743 63 10 60 62 0
72124 1 1 56742 63 10 60 60 0
72123 2 1 56742 63 10 60 61 0
72122 2 1 56741 63 10 60 59 0
72121 1 1 56741 63 10 60 58 0
72120 1 1 56740 63 10 60 57 0
72119 2 1 56740 63 10 60 56 0

This table, the only table which actually has a record of the vote totals used to
produce reports, aggregates the votes by polling district and candidate or issue
choice. As an example, the fifth line of data specifies that there are two votes for
Donald Trump (
choiceId 2, which references the internalMachineId field of the
table
Choice) from polling district 3075539035 – GJ (pollingDistrictId 79, which
references the
internalMachineId field of the table PollingDistrict).
From this table, and the associated tables it links to, all reports are generated.
As this is the only table which records vote choices, this is a single point of attack

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or failure for the entire vote counting process of the Dominion system. Changes
can be made to this table by any process, for instance changing the number of
votes or the candidate, would be undetectable as such changes do not affect any
other records in any other tables. Nor would such changes require alterations of
any other records in any other tables.
Additionally, there is no way to consistently link a particular vote shown in the
ChoiceResult table to its original ballot within the batch.
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The foregoing Forensic Examination and Report was prepared by us, and we
are responsible for its content.
The 19
th day of March 2022.
Jeffrey O’Donnell
Chief Information Officer
Ordros Analytics
Walter C. Daugherity
Senior Lecturer Emeritus
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Texas A&M University

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BIOGRAPHY
Jeffrey O’Donnell is a Full Stack software and database developer and analyst.
He holds Bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from the
University of Pittsburgh.
Over the last 40 years, Mr. O’Donnell has worked and consulted for numerous
private sector corporations, including Rockwell International, Westinghouse
Electric Nuclear, General Defense, U.S. Steel, Mellon Bank, IOTA 360, and the
Penn State Applied Research Laboratory. For several years he also delivered
and created computer science curriculum for the Community College of
Allegheny County.
For the last two decades, Mr. O’Donnell has developed numerous “big data”
analysis systems, including systems to provide short-term stock market
investors with new types of research and predictive analytics.
He currently is President of Qest Development, a full-service software
consulting and publishing company, and is Chief Information Officer of Ordros
Analytics, which specializes in election analytics of all types.
Dr. Walter C. Daugherity is a computer consultant and also Senior Lecturer
Emeritus in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas
A&M University. He graduated from Oklahoma Christian University with a
degree in mathematics, and then earned master’s and doctor’s degrees from
Harvard University, which he attended on a Prize Fellowship from the National
Science Foundation.
As a computer expert he has consulted for major national and international
firms, and for government agencies. He helped develop the national computer
keyboard standard and invented integrated user training within computer
applications as well as various electronic computer interfaces.

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As a computer science and engineering teacher and researcher, he has
published 26 research articles from over $2.8 million in funded research
projects, plus conference papers and other publications. He taught many areas
of computer science and engineering for 37 years (32 years at Texas A&M
University), including artificial intelligence, quantum computing, programming
and software design, and cyber-ethics.
At Harvard he received the Bowdoin Prize and medal for writing, and in 2015
was named a Distinguished Alumnus of Oklahoma Christian University. He is a
life member of the Association for Computing Machinery and American MENSA.

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Walmart Closures for Plumbing Repairs? Is This Coincidence?

Walmart Closures for Plumbing Repairs? Is This Coincidence?

Walmart Closures for Plumbing Repairs? Is This Coincidence?

Dave | Red Pill Reports

Walmart Closures for Plumbing Repairs? Is This Coincidence?

Image credit: WTSP

Some interesting facts about the Walmart closure of 5 stores for “plumbing repairs”

Tulsa, OK

Tulsa is home to a respectable airport for a town its size. It’s not the largest airport in the nation, but its airline maintenance facility is. In fact, it’s thought to be the largest one in the world.

Owned by American Airlines, this maintenance facility services the world-wide fleet of American Airlines. German-based Luthansa Technik Component Services provides maintenance for other airlines, including its own. Spirit Aerospace and other manufacturers have facilities on the property as well, producing aircraft sub-assemblies for Boeing, Gulf Stream and others. In yet another of the many buildings on this 4,000 acre site, the IC Bus Corp assembles school buses.

The Tulsa International Airport is designated for use as both civil and military. It is home to one of the largest Air National Guard operations in the US, not to mention the USAF support it provides. Approximately 13% of daily landings/takeoffs involve ‘military’ aircraft.

Within a ‘stone’s throw of this airport lies the Tulsa Port of Catoosa, one of the largest inland river ports in the nation, connecting Tulsa with the Gulf of Mexico via the Arkansas and Mississippi Rivers.

There is an ICE detention center nearby.

Closest Walmart?

It’s at the corner of Admiral and Memorial Blvd, just a few blocks away. The store has been closed for “plumbing repairs”.

Tampa, Florida

More accurately, the suburb known as Brandon, Florida, is home to the main entrance of MacDill AFB, one of the largest AFB’s in the nation. It is no less than home to both the US Central Command (CENTCOM) and US Special Operations Command (SOCOM).

Closest Walmart?

1208 E Brandon Blvd. The store is closed for “plumbing repairs”.

Livingston, Texas

What do you know… The small town of Livingston, Texas is an interesting place. Unquestionably a “prison town”, Livingston is home to an ICE detention center known as The Polk County Secure Adult Detention Center. It’s operated for profit by a private contractor, Community Education Centers, Inc. This “education/detention” center has a capacity of approximately 1,000 inmates and is operated for the benefit of the Polk County Sheriff’s office, along with the Houston Field Office of ICE.

Next door, sits the Alan B. Polunsky Unit, operated by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. With over a half-million square feet, comprised of 23 buildings, this high-security prison has a capacity of nearly three thousand inmates. The prison has a reputation for extremely violent and “troublesome” men. Most notably, it now houses Texas’ death row. Across the road, the Livingston Municipal Airport boasts a modest 3,700 ft. runway, but just 30 miles to the southwest, the Lone Star Executive Airport, operated by Montgomery County provides a runway twice that length. The airport sees an average of 162 landings/takeoffs per day of both civilian and military aircraft – jets, props and helicopters. The airnav.com website, a data base of information for pilots, warns of “extensive military helicopter activity” at this airport.

The Walmart store being closed in tiny Livingston, Texas is the only one in town – a “Super Center” at 1620 W Church St. It’s being closed for “plumbing repairs”.

Midland, Texas

Aside from its notoriety as a former home of the Bush family, this oil rich town is also home to another ICE detention center, serving the El Paso, Texas field office. Known as the Midland County Central Detention Center, it is operated in collaboration with the Midland County Sheriff’s Department. After a 30 minute drive to the east you’ll find the town of Big Spring. Aside from it being listed as a staging area for Jade Helm, it is also home to not one, but two federal prisons, along with a large, regional Veterans Hospital.

Aside from the numerous prisons and detention centers in and around Midland, another prominent feature is the Midland International Air and Space Port serving the Midland/Odessa Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). It was the first civilian airport in the US to be approved for the launch and support of private space missions, courtesy of Xcor Aerospace, Inc. Considering the modest population of this MSA, the size of this airport seems odd; by any standard, it’s big and can handle the landings and takeoffs of virtually any jet aircraft, military or civilian.

The closest Walmart to both the prison/detention centers of Big Spring to the east, and the ‘state of the art’ air/space port just west of Midland, is the store at 200 W Interstate 20 It’s closed for “plumbing repairs”, but of course no one believes that.

Pico Revera, California

This Los Angeles suburb has an interesting history.

Once regarded as a hub of southern California’s aerospace production, it was home to a 160 acre manufacturing facility for Northrup-Grumman, employing some 13,000 workers. The site was most noteworthy for its black box development of the B2 (Stealth Bomber) and other classified projects. Its close proximity to the Port of Long Beach, served the location well and is easily accessible through multiple transportation modalities.

But in 2001, the entire 160 acre complex was razed, reportedly because of an “air quality” issue with the State of California. The land was then developed into a massive retail center.

The closest Walmart?

It lies directly over the Northrup-Grumman site, but it’s closed. Its windows are blacked-out, and its ingress and regress are guarded by law enforcement because of a “plumbing issue”. Really?

These five Walmart locations – Pico Rivera, CA, Midland and Livingston, TX, Tulsa, OK, and Brandon, Florida appear outwardly to be rather obscure places, but they have been strategically chosen.

Among the common threads that run between them is the fact that all of them are located in close proximity to major international transportation hubs, whether by water, by rail, or by air. They may be obscure locations on the surface, but when you look closely, you discover they’ are well connected.

Another thread can be seen in the ICE detention centers that are close to them, along with Federal and state prisons which operate in these communities, or lie within a short distance by Interstate Highway.

Finally, and most disturbing, is the fact that at least four of these five locations have a connection to military installations, and/or suitable access to military air traffic. Each store chosen for closure is the closest one to that installation.

Plumbing problems? We all know that’s absurd.

The real question is whether these five stores will be re-purposed into detention centers, or re-fitted as staging areas for Jade Helm, or both.

One thing is certain. These five stores are not being closed for six months because their toilets are leaking.

Something else is going on.


By Dave from Texas, independent investigator, Red Pill Reports’ listener.


Video: Exclusive Footage Inside ‘Closed Walmart’ In California

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Victim of Castro Round-ups ‘Worried Immensely’ About Jade Helm

Victim of Castro Round-ups ‘Worried Immensely’ About Jade Helm

Victim of Castro Round-ups ‘Worried Immensely’ About Jade Helm

By Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars

Concerns sparked by Fort Lauderdale video of troops interning citizens

Victim of Castro Round-ups ‘Worried Immensely’ About Jade Helm

A victim of Fidel Castro’s mass round-ups of dissidents in Cuba has expressed alarm about the upcoming Jade Helm exercise, writing that he is ‘worried immensely’ about the military drill set to take place in nine U.S. states this summer.

In a letter to the editor of the Corvallis Gazette-Times, Larry Daley remarks that he was shocked to see video out of Fort Lauderdale which features military and police training together to arrest citizens and take them to internment facilities.

“It has been more than 55 years since 1961 and the Castro-ordered round up suspected resistors in Cuba. According to some press reports in excess of 200,000 were arrested during the Bay of Pigs,” writes Daley.

“My youngest sister and I were arrested and taken to improvised holding facilities. We ended up in the huge Blanquita Theater. We tried to sleep under lights on the theater seats for days on end. There were bodies on the floor. The sanitary facilities overflowed with sewage.”

His memories were stirred after reading about Jade Helm, a “realistic” military training exercise, which will involve the Green Berets, Navy Seals, and the 82nd Airborne Division, and is set to take place from July 15-Sepember 15.

Some fear that the drill is an escalation of preparations for martial law in America, plans for which have been in place for decades. During the exercise, troops will operate “undetected amongst civilian populations,” to see if they can infiltrate without being noticed.

The issue attracted controversy after Texas and Utah were labeled “hostile” territory in documents related to the exercise.

“That horror is still with me,” writes Daley, referring to his internment under Castro, adding, “Now I hear of operation Jade Helm. I read the official denials of such intent here, but I also saw a horrendous video shot in Fort Lauderdale, Florida purporting to show this training.”

“I worry immensely,” he concludes.

Mainstream media coverage of Jade Helm has poured scorn on concerns about the exercise and merely regurgitated Army talking points that the drill is purely designed to prepare troops for overseas combat.

However, that scenario has also prompted speculation as to whether the exercise represents a simulated invasion of the Middle East.

An analysis of the drill highlighted how the “hostile” states of Texas, Utah and a pocket of southern California could easily be transposed onto a map of the Middle East to represent Iran, Syria and Palestine, with other “friendly” states representing Turkey, Jordan and Israel.

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Chicago Police Fighting to Keep Cellphone Trackers Secret

Chicago Police Fighting to Keep Cellphone Trackers Secret

Chicago Police Fighting to Keep Cellphone Trackers Secret

By Frank Main | Chicago Sun Times

Chicago Police Fighting to Keep Cellphone Trackers Secret

Image credit: @AllAboutHelp on Twitter

The Chicago Police Department is fighting to keep a lid on how, when and where officers have used covert cellphone tracking systems — with an outside law firm billing the city more than $120,000 to battle a lawsuit that seeks those secret details.

Since 2005, the department has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on cell-site simulators manufactured by the Harris Corp. in Melbourne, Florida, records show. The devices — with names like StingRay and KingFish — capture cellphone signals.

Cops can use the technology, originally developed for the military, to locate cellphones. Police agencies in other states have revealed in court that StingRays and similar devices have been used to locate suspects, fugitives and victims in criminal investigations.

But privacy activists across the country have begun to question whether law enforcement agencies have used the devices to track people involved in demonstrations in violation of their constitutional rights. They also have concerns the technology scoops up the phone data of innocent citizens and police targets alike.

The Chicago Police Department uses the devices in investigations of kidnappings, murders and other serious crimes, police sources say.

Activists wonder whether a StingRay or a similar device was used to track protesters during the NATO summit in Chicago in 2012. Demonstrators were suspicious that the batteries in their cellphones seemed to become quickly depleted during the protests — something caused by cell-tower simulators. Indeed, the Chicago Reader reported last week that the police have opened at least six investigations involving spying on citizens, including NATO protesters, since 2009.

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Donald Trump Reportedly Launching Presidential Exploratory Committee

Donald Trump Reportedly Launching Presidential Exploratory Committee

Donald Trump Reportedly Launching Presidential Exploratory Committee

By Warner Todd Huston | Breitbart

Donald Trump Reportedly Launching Presidential Exploratory Committee

Donald Trump speaking at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland on February 27, 2015.. Image credit: Gage Skidmore [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

An insider is reporting that Donald Trump is on the verge of announcing that he is launching an exploratory committee for the 2016 GOP nomination for president. The real estate mogul will also end his role as host of the TV series “The Apprentice” in anticipation of that effort.

Trump is headed to New Hampshire on Thursday to visit with military veterans and business owners. He will also be in the Granite State next month to appear at the state GOP’s “First in the Nation” Republican Leadership Summit to be held in Nashua on April 17-18.

But ahead of that appearance, a source close to Trump tells the New Hampshire Union Leader that the TV celebrity and political gadfly is on the verge of launching an exploratory committee for a run for the White House.

Trump has already made moves showing he is seriously considering a run. At the end of February, Trump had hired Corey Lewandowski of Windham, New Hampshire, as his senior political adviser. He has since hired several more staffers that would help him develop a campaign.

This week, Lewandowski told the media that when “The Apprentice” producer Mark Burnett asked Trump to host yet another season of the reality show, the real estate tycoon turned the TV show down.

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Update: ATF Calls Ammunition Ban ‘Publishing Error’

Update: ATF Calls Ammunition Ban ‘Publishing Error’

Update: ATF Calls Ammunition Ban ‘Publishing Error’

By Joshua Cook | Ben Swann

Update: ATF Calls Ammunition Ban 'Publishing Error'

In February, we reported that the ATF was banning a popular ammunition, M855, calling it “armor piercing.” That rule change, the ATF said in a statement, was due to a “publishing error.”

Here is the full statement:

On Feb. 13, 2015, ATF released for public comment a proposed framework, including legal and technical analysis, to guide its determination on what ammunition is “primarily intended for sporting purposes” for purposes of granting exemptions to the Gun Control Act’s prohibition on Armor Piecing Ammunition. This proposed framework is posted for public comment only; no final decisions have been made as to its adoption. Media reports have noted that the 2014 ATF Regulation Guide published online does not contain a listing of the exemptions for Armor Piercing Ammunition, and concluding that the absence of this listing indicates these exemptions have been rescinded. Please be advised that ATF has not rescinded any Armor Piercing Ammunition exemption, and the fact they are not listed in the 2014 online edition of the regulations, was an error, which has no legal impact on the validity of the exemptions. The existing exemptions for armor piercing ammunition, which apply to 5.56 mm (.223) SS 109 and M855 projectiles (identified by a green coating on the projectile tip), and the U.S .30-06 M2AP projectile (identified by a black coating on the projectile tip), remain in effect. The listing of Armor Piercing Ammunition exemptions can be found in the 2005 ATF Regulation Guide on page 166, which is posted here. The 2014 Regulation Guide will be corrected in PDF format to include the listing of Armor Piercing Ammunition exemptions and posted shortly. The e-book/iBook version of the Regulation Guide will be corrected in the near future. ATF apologizes for any confusion caused by this publishing error.

According to The Blaze, “Despite this correction, several observers noted that the ATF is still considering a ban of this popular ammunition, as outlined in their proposed framework.”

Apparently, the ATF is strongly considering a new stance that would get rid of a decades-old exemption that allowed the sale of the M855. They are currently taking public comments on this proposal.

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Gitmo in Chicago

Gitmo in Chicago

Gitmo in Chicago

By Stephen Lendman | Global Research.ca

Gitmo in Chicago

What London’s Guardian reported on Tuesday is shocking, disturbing, yet unsurprising given the scourge of neocon fascist governance in America.

Washington’s war on humanity at home and abroad should be a wakeup call for everyone. Wars without end rage against one nation after another.

Independent ones are targeted for regime change. Washington’s goal is total colonization of planet earth, stealing its resources and enslaving its people.

US cities are virtual battlegrounds like never before. America is unsafe to live in.

Washington provides police nationwide with enormous amounts of combat weapons, related equipment and supplies – making them virtual military units.

The line between cop and combat ready soldier is less clear than ever in US history. Militarized police wage war on freedom. It’s a hair’s breadth from disappearing altogether.

When cities become battlegrounds, ordinary people risk being treated like enemies – losing all constitutional protections mattering most.

The alarming state of today’s America should scare everyone. Fundamental rights don’t matter. Anyone can be targeted, arrested and disappeared. Perhaps never heard from again.

This writer’s home city Chicago may be ground zero for some of the most disturbing practices. London’s Guardian broke the story demanding world coverage and outrage.

On February 24, it headlined ”The disappeared: Chicago police detain Americans at abuse-laden ‘black site.’ ”

It’s an “off-the-books (Homan Square) interrogation compound,” said the Guardian – some miles west from where this writer lives.

A “nondescript warehouse (is) the domestic equivalent of a CIA black site.” People are lawlessly arrested, detained, denied access to lawyers up to 24 hours, and tortured during secret interrogations.

Detainees are kept off “official booking databases. Some young as 15 are painfully shackled for long periods, beaten and terrorized.

Homan Square is in Chicago’s west side North Lawndale district. It’s home to the original 1905 Sears, Roebuck and Co. property.

Many of its buildings are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Perhaps Gitmo in America will be included one day. More on the Guardian’s report below.

Chicago police have a longstanding reputation for brutality. They have virtual carte blanche authority to operate with impunity.

They take full advantage. From 1972 – 1991, detective Jon Burge got away with torturing over 200 detainees. Instead of dismissal and prosecution, he was promoted.
Dozens of victims complained. Suits followed. Finally, after 21 abusive years, he was fired.

Community outrage stopped a March 1993 Fraternal Order of Police plan to honor him with a float in Chicago’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade.

On October 21, 2008, he was indicted on two counts of obstructing justice and one count of perjury. On June 28, 2010, he was convicted on all counts. He’s the exception proving  the rule.

It took decades for partial justice. Few police are prosecuted –  almost never one of high rank. Burge rose from street cop to detective commander. Over two decades, he got 13 commendations and a Justice Department letter of praise.

His crimes were well-known. A code of silence hid them. He was honored until his luck ran out. He got off mildly.

He received four and half years in prison. His crimes and similar ones committed by other rogue cops should never have been allowed in the first place.

This writer personally knows a Chicago cop torture victim. He committed no crimes. Yet he was lawlessly arrested, detained and brutalized for being Black in the wrong place at the wrong time.

He remains justifiably outraged. Rogue cops weren’t punished. Nor their superiors. During Chicago’s May 2012 NATO summit, Chicago police viciously assaulted peaceful protesters.

Dozens were hurt. Victims had head injuries, broken bones and teeth knocked out. Many required hospitalization.

In Black and Latino communities, police brutality rages. Cracked skulls, arrests and brutality in detention reflect longstanding practice.

Chicago is a mini-police state. Last year, a Chicago organization called We Charge Genocide produced a report charging city police with “systematic horrific & punitive police violence against Black and Brown youths on a daily basis.”

ACLU human rights program director Jamil Dakwar says

“(i)t’s time for systemic policing reforms and effective oversight that make sure law enforcement agencies treat all citizens with equal respect and hold officers accountable when they cross the line.”

Chicago police lie saying

“CPD abides by all laws, rules and guidelines pertaining to any interviews of suspects or witnesses, at Homan Square or any other CPD facility.”

“If lawyers have a client detained at Homan Square, just like any other facility, they are allowed to speak to and visit them.”

“It also houses CPD’s Evidence Recovered Property Section, where the public is able to claim inventoried property.”

The Guardian report explained systematic abuse of power and denial of fundamental constitutional rights.

“At least one man was found unresponsive in a Homan Square (so-called) ‘interview room’ and later pronounced dead,” it said.

Brian Jacob Church was one of the 2012 NATO Three protesters. He was arrested and held incommunicado at Homan Square for nearly 24 hours before being booked at local police station.

He commented to the Guardian as follows, saying:

“Homan Square is definitely an unusual place. It brings to mind the interrogation facilities they use in the Middle East.”

“The CIA calls them black sites. It’s a domestic black site. When you go in, no one knows what’s happened to you.”

“…I wasn’t allowed to make any contact with anybody.”

He was painfully shackled for about 17 hours.

“I had essentially figured, ‘All right, well, they disappeared us and so we’re probably never going to see the light of day again.”

Lawyers seeking access to Homan Square are routinely turned away. According to Chicago attorney Julia Bartmes:

“It’s sort of an open secret among attorneys that regularly make police station visits, this place – if you can’t find a client in the system, odds are they’re” at Homan.

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Stephen Lendman lives in Chicago. He can b reached at lendmanstephen@sbcglobal.net. His new book as editor and contributor is titled “Flashpoint in Ukraine: US Drive for Hegemony Risks WW III.” http://www.claritypress.com/LendmanIII.html Visit his blog site at sjlendman.blogspot.com. Listen to cutting-edge discussions with distinguished guests on the Progressive Radio News Hour on the Progressive Radio Network. It airs three times weekly: live on Sundays at 1PM Central time plus two prerecorded archived programs. 

 

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Legislation Would Create a Mechanism to Review and Block Federal Acts

Legislation Would Create a Mechanism to Review and Block Federal Acts

Texas Legislation Would Create a Mechanism to Review and Block Federal Acts as Unconstitutional

By Michael Boldin | Tenth Amendment Center

Texas Legislation Would Create a Mechanism to Review and Block Federal Acts as Unconstitutional

AUSTIN, Tex. – A bill up for consideration in the Texas legislature would create a mechanism for the state to review and reject any federal order, law, police, rule, mandate or agency regulation that is found to violate the Bill of Rights of the Texas Constitution.

Introduced by Rep. David Simpson (R-Longview), House Bill 1751 (HB1751) would set a formal process for the state to not only stop providing material support for federal acts deemed a constitutional violation, but would also authorize the legislature to “interpose itself between the federal government and persons in this state to oppose the federal government in the execution and enforcement of federal law.”

If passed, the state legislature would be able to declare any federal act to be a violation of Article I of the Texas Constitution, the state’s Bill of Rights, with a two-thirds vote of both chambers. No action would be required from the Governor, fully bypassing what has often been a long and contentious veto override process.

Once such a determination has been made, no state agency, political subdivision or employ may “execute or enforce a provision, penalty, or sanction” provided by any federal act under that determination.

Such a withdrawal of support follows the advice of James Madison, who wrote in Federalist #46 that a “refusal to cooperate with officers of the Union” in multiple states would create “obstructions which the federal government would hardly be willing to encounter.”

“Madison gave us this strategy for individuals and the states at a time when the federal government was tiny in comparison to today,” said Mike Maharrey of the Tenth Amendment Center. “In modern times, as the feds have gotten involved in nearly every facet of our lives, this strategy is even more effective because they simply don’t have manpower to get the job done on their own.”

In a discussion on similarly-based legislation last year, Judge Andrew Napolitano agreed, suggesting that even a single state refusing to enforce a federal act would make it “nearly impossible” to enforce. And in late 2013, the National Governor’s Association noted that the “states are partners with the federal government in most federal programs.”

“A partnership doesn’t work too well with half the team saying no,” said Maharrey. “The feds are going to have an extremely difficult time violating the rights of Texans without the help of the state of Texas.”

By including a provision to authorize the legislature to include ways to interpose between the people of Texas and federal government in a determination of unconstitutionality under the act, the mechanism set by the bill would also allow the state legislature to keep options open beyond such non-participation as advised by Madison.

LEGAL BASIS

Refusing to participate with federal enforcement is not just an effective method, it has also been sanctioned by the Supreme Court in a number of major cases, dating from 1842.

The 1997 case, Printz v. US serves as the cornerstone. In it, Justice Scalia held:

The Federal Government may neither issue directives requiring the States to address particular problems, nor command the States’ officers, or those of their political subdivisions, to administer or enforce a federal regulatory program. 

As noted Georgetown Law Constitutional Scholar Randy Barnett has said, “This line of cases is now … considered well settled.”

NEXT STEP

HB1751 will first be assigned to a state House committee, where it will need to pass by a majority vote before the full House can consider it. Supporters are encouraged to contact their Texas state representative today and urge their support of HB1751.

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Black Middle Schooler Slams Barack Obama in Epic YouTube Speech

Black Middle Schooler Slams Barack Obama in Epic YouTube Speech

Black Middle Schooler Slams Barack Obama in Epic YouTube Speech

Olaf Ekberg | The American Mirror

President Obama may enjoy the approval of 84% of blacks, but don’t count CJ Pearson among them.

Pearson, a 12-year-old middle school student in Georgia, has more informed opinions than many adults.

The student posted a YouTube video yesterday in which he seeks to “applaud Mayor Rudy Giuliani for his comments about President Barack Obama.”

“Here’s the truth of the matter: I don’t want to be politically correct. I don’t care about being politically correct at this point.”

“President Obama, You don’t love America. If you really did love America, you would call ISIS what it really is: an assault on Christianity, an assault on America and downright hate for the American values that our country holds. Freedom of speech, freedom of religion and every single thing that our country stands for.”

He adds, “I hope that one day people will get enough guts to speak out against your downright hatred for this nation.”

Referring to ISIS, he said, “When they kill innocent Americans that have done no wrong except report on what is their constitutional right as journalists and you do nothing about it, you don’t care about their lives. You could care less!”

“But here’s what you need to realize: here in America, we don’t back down to terrorists. We fight them on their own battleground and we annihilate them till the very end.”

“Here in America, we don’t allow the government to take away what we work for but we continue to work harder so that we may continue to succeed.”

Pearson is executive director of a group called “Young Georgians in Government.”

His Facebook page says he is “committed to fighting for conservative principles and engaging young people in the political process.”

“Most young people really don’t have an interest in government or politics, but we need to pique that interest, we need to make sure that they know, the decisions politicians make are going to affect them,” the student told ABC 6 in a profile story last December.

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Bill Would Allow Concealed Weapons Across State Lines

Bill Would Allow Concealed Weapons Across State Lines

Bill Would Allow Concealed Weapons Across State Lines

By Tim Devaney | The Hill

Bill Would Allow Concealed Weapons Across State Lines

A horsehide pocket holster with a Taurus Millennium PT145. Image credit: Hustvedt [GFDL or CC BY-SA 3.0] via Wikipedia

Gun owners would be allowed to carry concealed weapons around the country under new legislation introduced in the Senate.

The Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act would allow gun owners who have a concealed carry permit in their home state to bring their firearms in any other state with concealed-carry laws.

“This operates more or less like a driver’s license,” Sen. John Cornyn (Texas), the second-ranking Republican in the upper chamber, told The Hill. “So, for example, if you have a driver’s license in Texas, you can drive in New York, in Utah and other places, subject to the laws of those states.”

Cornyn, a Texas Republican, said this would “eliminate some of the ‘gotcha moments,’ where people inadvertently cross state lines” with guns they are legally allowed to carry in their home state.

The National Rifle Association endorsed the bill Thursday, calling it a “much-needed solution to a real problem for gun owners.”

“The current patchwork of state and local laws is confusing for even the most conscientious and well-informed concealed carry permit holders. This confusion often leads to law-abiding gun owners running afoul of the law when they exercise their right to self-protection while traveling or temporarily living away from home,” said Chris Cox, executive director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action.

“Our fundamental right to self-defense does not stop at a state’s borders. Law abiding citizens should be able to exercise this right while traveling across state lines,” Cox added.

Gun control groups say the bill poses a significant danger for society at a time when lawmakers should be strengthening background checks to address recent shootings.

“Federally imposed concealed carry laws interfere with states’ fundamental right to determine who is too dangerous to carry hidden, loaded guns in public,” Everytown for Gun Safety President John Feinblatt told The Hill.

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Sheriff Stands Up to IRS, Cancels Land Sale

Sheriff Stands Up to IRS, Cancels Land Sale

Sheriff Stands Up to IRS, Cancels Land Sale

By Priscilla Jones | Ben Swann

Sheriff Scott London Stands Up to IRS, Cancels Land Sale

Sheriff Scott London says he learned more about the Constitution in the year he spent campaigning for his job than in all of his years of schooling combined.

The first Republican elected sheriff in Eddy County, New Mexico, became the first sheriff in 25 years to stand up to the IRS. He physically stood at the gate of a troubled citizen’s property while US Marshals threatened his arrest. The landowner filed an appeal with the court and expects his case to receive due process before his land is publicly sold. The sheriff agrees. The judge does not.

WASHINGTON, February 7, 2015—New Mexico’s Eddy County Sheriff Scott London notified the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) via letter that the sale of county resident Kent Carter’s property is canceled until Carter receives due process of law and his appeal is heard. The certified letter dated February 4 received an immediate response from the Undersecretary of the Treasury’s office. According to the Treasury’s website, however, the public auction is still slated for February 19.

“Many officers have stood up over the years for the rights of citizens being victimized by the federal government,” said Sheriff Mack, founder of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, “But Sheriff London is the first one to stand up to the IRS since the early 1990s.” Mack said, “His actions show courage and humility. London is setting a good example for the rest of our sheriffs.”

Approximately ten days before Christmas, U.S. Marshals broke in the door of Carter’s rental property with their guns drawn. The tenant was a young mother with a new baby—home alone while her husband was at work. Sheriff London was called to the property to intervene. He advised the Marshals that Carter’s case was in appeal and he deserved due process. They threatened to arrest London, but he stood his ground and they backed off.

Carter has battled the IRS for decades over taxes on the earnings of his modest construction business. One court document listed his debt at $145,000, a figure Carter says an assessing agent “pulled out of thin air.” Every time he challenged them, his bill would shoot up a few hundred thousand dollars. His legal complaints state that the IRS failed to adhere to its own tax code, did not use proper accounting methods, and that the collection activity was unlawful because no notices of deficiency were given. Carter says his private and confidential information, including his social security number, was filed in public records and given to third parties. The IRS countered that it can publish and disperse the private information of Americans if it is trying to collect their money or property. A judge agreed.

Carter says the IRS is currently claiming he owes $890,000, a figure that “doubled with the stroke of a pen.”

The Taxation & Revenue Department ordered Carter to cease “engaging in business in New Mexico” until his arbitrary tax debt was paid. Carter appealed this injunction on the grounds that it was both unconstitutional and vague, as it deprived him of his right to make a living and also prohibited him from, “carrying on or causing to be carried on any activity with the purpose of direct or indirect benefit.”

“The IRS fabricates evidence against citizens by pulling numbers out of a hat and adding fees,” said Mack, “They wear people down emotionally and financially until they can’t take it anymore. No citizen should ever have to fight the IRS for decades in order to keep his land.”

“The IRS is a lie. The income tax is a lie,” said Carter. “Why should they be able to take anything? They’re worse than the mafia.”

The Carter properties have liens placed against them. A locksmith was instructed to change the locks. The IRS authorized the United States Marshal Service to arrest/evict anyone found on the premises. London, however, physically stood in front of Carter’s gate until the Marshals backed down. A public auction on the front steps of the Eddy County Courthouse is scheduled, but the local county sheriff—trained in the Constitution—resisted.

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Pentagon Spent $504,816 on Viagra Last Year

Pentagon Spent $504,816 on Viagra Last Year

Pentagon Spent $504,816 on Viagra Last Year

By Elizabeth Harrington | Free Beacon

Pentagon Spent $504,816 on Viagra Last Year

Image credit: Wiki user SElefant [CC BY-SA 3.0]

The Department of Defense (DoD) spent more than a half a million dollars on the male enhancement drug Viagra last year, according to government contracts.

The Pentagon issued 60 contracts worth $504,816 for the drug in 2014. All 60 contracts were awarded to Cardinal Health Inc., a pharmaceutical distribution company based in Dublin, Ohio.

Last year DoD also ordered $3,505 worth of Levitra, and $14,540 of Cialis, other popular erectile dysfunction drugs.

The contracts were filed under “Troop Support.”

DoD began offering Viagra to soldiers as a medical benefit in 1998, when the drug cost $10 a pill. Due to inflation, one pill now costs $25. At the time the military’s policy only allowed for six pills a month per patient, and the DoD said they would “not replace lost or stolen pills.”

“Defense guidelines allow military physicians to prescribe Viagra only after a thorough evaluation indicates the medication as the optimal regimen for the patient,” a release outlining the Pentagon’s policy said. “Patients prescribed Viagra also receive careful guidelines for taking the medication. According to defense health officials, Viagra side effects may include headaches, flushing of the face or chest, indigestion, nasal congestion and mild vision impairment.”

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Columbine Student Proposes Concealed Carry in Schools

Columbine Student Proposes Concealed Carry in Schools

Columbine Student Proposes Concealed Carry in Schools

By Janelle O’Dea | Craig Daily Press

Columbine Student Proposes Concealed Carry in Schools

Rep. Patrick Neville, R-Castle Rock, believes if teachers were allowed to carry concealed weapons, more of his friends would still be alive.

Neville was a student at Columbine High School in 1999 when Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold carried explosive devices and firearms into the school and killed 12 students and one teacher, injuring two dozen others.

On Jan. 29, Neville introduced HB15-1168. It proposes the repeal of a part of Colorado’s concealed carry law.

Currently, the law does not allow permit holders to carry weapons on school property and Neville’s bill would allow it. Concealed carry permit owners must be at least 21 years of age, a Colorado resident and not precluded by federal or state law from owning a handgun. There are several other requirements as well, including a background check with fingerprint verification and firearms training.

Permits can be obtained through county sheriff departments. The permit and photo identification must be carried with the firearm at all times, according to the Colorado State Patrol website.

All of the concealed carry requirements would remain the same for faculty or staff, Neville said.

Moffat County Commissioner John Kinkaid said he supports the bill and “puts particular credence” in it because it comes from a Columbine student.

“By the time the police get there, it’s all over,” Kinkaid said. “It would be better to stop a violent criminal who’s intent on harming kids sooner rather than later.”

The Columbine survivor wants to protect future generations from experiencing the kind of tragedy he lived through. He also wants to give Colorado parents more security when sending their kids to school.

“I just wake up every day and take my daughter to school with blind faith, and it’s scary,” Neville said.

Moffat County School District Superintendent Brent Curtice said he agrees with the law as it’s currently written.

“The current law says no guns on school property unless they are used for educational purpose and administrators on site are told,” Curtice said.

But Neville thinks current policy is falling short and the number of school shootings in the United States over the past decade prove it is lacking.

“I’d say we’ve tried it their way for quite some time now and it’s just gotten worse and worse,” Neville said. “I’m worried because internationally terrorists target schools so I think this is even more needed now.”

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U.S. passports on verge of elimination?

U.S. passports on verge of elimination?

U.S. passports on verge of elimination?

By Jerome Corsi | WND

U.S. passports on verge of elimination?

Biometric Passport signature page. Image credit: Public Domain

NEW YORK – A Soros-funded group arguing to replace the U.S. passport with a North American passport appears ready to take up the mantle of championing the concept of a European Union-style regional government to supersede the sovereignty of the United States, Mexico and Canada, fulfilling the dream of the late American University professor Robert Pastor.

The future of the U.S. lies in North America, not in the United States as a sovereign nation, contends the New America Foundation, a Washington-based leftist think-tank with ties to Jonathan Soros, son of famed leftist billionaire George Soros.

Appropriately named “New America,” the foundation believes the U.S. passport should soon become obsolete and replaced with a European Union-style passport issued for all citizens of the U.S., Mexico and Canada. Citizens would be redefined by their regional identity as “North Americans,” echoing President Obama’s claim in Spanish in his Dec. 17, 2014, announcement of his executive actions to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba, “Todos Somos Americanos,” or, “We are all Americans.

“The United States, Canada and Mexico are bound by a shared economic, environmental, demographic and cultural destiny. How we move forward together is key to our success,” wrote André Martinez, an editor with New America and a professor at the Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University; and Daniel Kurtz-Phelan, a fellow at New America and a former adviser on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s policy planning staff, in an article titled “Why we need a North American Passport,” published by CNN.com.

“In recognition of our shared destiny, the three countries should create a North American passport that would, over time, allow their citizens to travel, work, invest, learn and innovate anywhere in North America. Work, tourist and student visas are necessities in the modern world to regulate the flow of people between sovereign states,” Martinez and Kurtz-Phelan declared.

“In the North American context, much like within the European Union, our economies and societies are far more integrated than our immigration system recognizes – and a North American passport, much like the EU passport, would align our laws with reality.”

The article authored by Martinez and Kurtz-Phelan provides additional support for the argument reported by WND for the past decade that globalists seeking to create a “North American Union” realized the EU stealth model could be replicated in North America. It can be accomplished, they believe, through establishing free-trade agreements such as NAFTA and transforming them incrementally into a regional government.

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Biometric Passport data page. Image credit: Public Domain

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Nationwide Ban On Personal Body Armor Proposed In Congress

Nationwide Ban On Personal Body Armor Proposed In Congress

Nationwide Ban On Personal Body Armor Proposed In Congress: 10 Years Imprisonment For Possession

By By Mac Slavo | SHTFplan.com

Ban On Personal Body Armor Proposed

In the wake of the Sandy Hook school shooting politicians from coast-to-coast attempted to push through legislation that would ban a host of guns, magazines and accessories. Though their efforts failed for the most part, those who would take away our ability to defend ourselves always have another tyrannical card up their sleeves.

The latest efforts to attack personal defense as a natural birthright comes from distinguished Congressional representatives Alcee Hastings (D-FL), Robin Kelly (D-IL) and Danny Davis (D-IL) and takes aim not at your ability to possess a firearm, but rather, to protect yourself from criminals who own them.

HR 378, dubbed the Responsible Body Armor Possession Act,  would make it illegal for civilians to own “enhanced body armor” such as helmets, shields or armor plates that meet or exceed Type III protection. The bill would exempt law enforcement officers and other government officials.

The co-sponsors of the bill believe body armor in the hands of private citizens to be so dangerous that they intend to impose a 10 year federal prison sentence on those found to be in possession of the contraband.

The new law would still allow Americans to own Type I and Type II protection, which are designed to stop calibers ranging from .22 caliber to .357 Magnum respectively. Type III body armor is designed to stop higher velocity hand gun rounds like a high-velocity 9mm or .44 magnum and rifle rounds like the AK-47′s 7.62x39mm. Type IV, often reserved for special law enforcement response teams, is capable of stopping even armor piercing rounds from rifles.

Should such a law be passed, Americans would no longer have the ability to determine for themselves which type of body armor is best suited for their needs. Instead, we would be limited to protection from only a handful of calibers. And, as we well know, as soon as criminals with ill intent get wind that their victims probably won’t own body armor that’s able to stop a .44 or high velocity 9mm round, they’ll quickly switch to new weapons capable of ripping through “legal” protection.

Portions of the bill are posted below:

To prohibit the purchase, ownership, or possession of enhanced body armor by civilians, with exceptions.

This Act may be cited as the “Responsible Body Armor Possession Act”.

SEC. 2. BAN ON PURCHASE, OWNERSHIP, OR POSSESSION OF ENHANCED BODY
ARMOR BY CIVILIANS; EXCEPTIONS.

(a) In General.–Chapter 44 of title 18, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:

Sec. 932. Ban on purchase, ownership, or possession of enhanced body armor by civilians

(a) Except as provided in subsection (b), it shall be unlawful for a person to purchase, own, or possess enhanced body armor.

(b) Enhanced Body Armor Defined.–Section 921(a) of such title is amended by adding at the end the following:

(36) The term `enhanced body armor’ means body armor, including a helmet or shield, the ballistic resistance of which meets or exceeds the ballistic performance of Type III armor, determined using National Institute of Justice Standard-0101.06.’

(c) Penalties.–Section 924(a) of such title is amended by adding at the end the following:

(8) Whoever knowingly violates section 932 shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 10 years, or both.

(Full text)

But not to worry, says Dan Cannon of Guns Save Lives, because there’s probably no chance such a bill will make it into law. The audacity of the bill’s co-sponsors, however, is clear :

Fortunately, with the GOP solidly in control of both houses of Congress this bill will likely never see the light of day.

That said, it’s a great insight into how little some members of Congress care about the personal safety of their constituents.

(via The Daily Sheeple)

Though proponents of such legislation say that it protects police officers, the fact of the matter is that there were 126 police officers killed in the line of duty in 2014. This fatality rate is actually quite lower than jobs like being a fisherman or garbage collector.

Though tragic, it is inconceivable that this fatality rate should be use to justify a nationwide ban on body armor for 300 million Americans. Thus, the motivation must be either symbolic, or part of a greater plan to disarm and neuter the rights of the American citizenry.

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