A federal judge is considering releasing a sealed report by a computer security expert who reviewed Dominion Voting Systems machines in Georgia.
The report, conducted by University of Michigan computer security expert J. Alex Halderman, was filed last summer under seal in a federal court case that alleges hackers had “the capability” and “easy access” to voting machines in Georgia.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a defendant in the lawsuit, announced last week he now supports the public release of the report to dispel “misleading media articles about the Dominion voting equipment used in Georgia.”
“The public deserves to know the context of J. Alex Halderman’s claims and his testimony regarding the 2020 election,” Raffensperger said.
U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg, who is presiding over the civil case, said she is reviewing the report with redactions and will decide whether to release it, Just the News reports.
Dominion CEO John Poulosi said he supports any necessary measure to ensure transparency.
“Dominion supports all efforts to bring real facts and evidence forward to defend the integrity of our machines and the credibility of Georgia’s elections,” Poulosi said in a statement released by Raffensperger’s office.