by Gus Quixote
Eugene Yu and his Okemos, Michigan election company called Konnech have dropped their defamation action taken against True The Vote and Gregg Phillips.
Phillips and Engelbrecht were being sued by Eugene Yu, stemming back to September, for going public with information brought to them regarding a major concern for national security.
The information definitively showed that an American election company was storing data on servers located in Wuhan, China.
True The Vote’s Recent Announcement
The news comes immediately following an announcement from True The Vote about the case and their intentions to pursue it through discovery.
Video Preview of the “Tip of the Iceberg”
Accompanying the formal press release was [this] video displaying the breadth and scope of information assembled by publicly facilitated, open-sourced research.
Eugene Yu also has another conference listed on the Los Angeles County Courts docket for 8:30 tomorrow (April 21st) morning.
The case is a continuation of the charges that election denier deniers discredited at the October outset, despite public statements from the Los Angeles County District Attorney themselves announcing their retooling of the investigation before pursuing criminal charges.