‘True The Vote’ proven right about election data compromise

You may remember that last October Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips of the organization True The Vote were jailed after refusing to disclose the name of an informant who helped them investigate election software company Konnech, which sued them for defamation. True the Vote, as you probably also recall, did a deep dive into the 2020 election, and the results of their investigation formed the basis for the movie, 2000 Mules.

A higher court subsequently overruled the contempt charge and forced their release from jail, but the lawsuit brought by Konnech stood.  Earlier this week True The Voter publicly released the Konnech election data (Open Ink)  Immediately after that, lawyers representing Konnech, Inc. contacted lawyers for True the Vote (TTV) saying the lawsuit and all claims against TTV would be dropped.

HOUSTON, TX – Yesterday, Konnech dismissed all pending defamation and unlawful computer access litigation against True the Vote, Inc, Catherine Engelbrecht, and Gregg Phillips in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. The case number is 4:22-cv-03096.

True the Vote issued this comment: “Konnech’s litigation was meritless and intended to harass this organization. They have failed. We are evaluating our options with regard to holding them accountable for their unwarranted actions. We believe Konnech dismissed its lawsuit because it saw that it would lose.”

True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht said of the dismissal, “Konnech’s aggressive litigation to shut down all conversation about their activities resulted in the wrongful imprisonment of Gregg Phillips and me. It required the intervention of a higher court to release us. We are more dedicated than ever to our mission of fostering a public conversation about voting integrity.”

Gregg Phillips said, “This was an unfounded defamation and unlawful computer access case that saw us strip searched and placed in solitary confinement. While it is encouraging to see progress being made, the serious issues surrounding the spread of misinformation, improper detainment, and judicial misconduct cannot be overlooked. Our commitment to seeking justice remains steadfast.”

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4 Responses to ‘True The Vote’ proven right about election data compromise

  1. weather257 says:

    It’s encouraging and uplifting to see the scrappers persevere and not let the perps get off without paying for their damage to these two, TTV and US.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. resolute says:

    Lots of people like to bellow about voter fraud and a corrupt system and how “we” need to “do something” about it. Well, that something comes to us as the actions of Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips. Do something? Yes, they’re doing it. They need, and deserve our support.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. czarina33 says:

    Truly a time to step up, or as Ben said….

    Liked by 1 person

  4. wvvet says:

    All of us should support True the Vote as they are doing most of the work for election integrity.

    Liked by 1 person

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