Wayne County Judge Rejects Request For Detroit Election Audit

MICHIGAN — A Wayne Coun­ty judge has reject­ed a law­suit aim­ing to stop the cer­ti­fi­ca­tion of Detroit-area elec­tion results.

Wayne Coun­ty Judge Tim­o­thy Ken­ny on Fri­day reject­ed the law­suit, which in part took issue with the city’s han­dling of absen­tee ballots.

“Plain­tiff’s inter­pre­ta­tion of events is incor­rect and not cred­i­ble,” Ken­ny wrote in his ruling.

Ken­ny said that numer­ous affi­davits from elec­tion chal­lengers “paint a pic­ture of sin­is­ter fraud­u­lent activ­i­ties occur­ring both open­ly in the TCF Cen­ter and under the cloak of dark­ness.” But those claims are con­tra­dict­ed by high­ly-respect­ed for­mer state elec­tions direc­tor Christo­pher Thomas, who spent hours at the cen­ter and pre­sent­ed dif­fer­ent accounts.

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