Forensic Computer Scientist Describes Fraud In Philadelphia, Including 47 Missing USB Cards

A Repub­li­can poll observ­er from Pennsylvania’s Delaware Coun­ty, told a Sen­ate GOP Pol­i­cy Com­mit­tee hear­ing in Get­tys­burg on Wednes­day, that he wit­nessed a range of Elec­tion Day irreg­u­lar­i­ties, includ­ing 47 USB cards that went missing.

Greg Sten­strom, who, besides being a poll watch­er, said he is an expert in secu­ri­ty fraud, told the hear­ing that he wit­nessed a num­ber of chain-of-cus­tody vio­la­tions, includ­ing around mail-in bal­lots, the bal­ance of votes from drop box­es, and the han­dling of USB card flash drives—all of which he said broke rules defined by the Delaware Coun­ty Board of Elec­tions and the elec­tion process review.

“They didn’t fol­low one,” Sten­strom said. “It shocked me that this could hap­pen,” he added.

He described wit­ness­ing a sit­u­a­tion in which data on USB cards was uploaded to vot­ing machines by a ware­house super­vi­sor with­out being observed by a poll watch­er, which he said he saw hap­pen­ing at least 24 times.

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