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LA County drops charges against election software executive, citing 'potential bias'

Added 11-10-22 07:07:02pm EST - “The abrupt reversal of charges marks the end of a case that prominent election deniers cited as evidence of foul play in American elections.” - Npr.org

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Npr.org: “LA County drops charges against election software executive, citing 'potential bias'”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

A man wearing American flag pants casts his ballot at a voting station in Los Angeles on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the LA County district attorney dropped charges against the CEO of Konnech, which makes scheduling software for poll workers. Ringo H.W. Chiu/AP hide caption

A man wearing American flag pants casts his ballot at a voting station in Los Angeles on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the LA County district attorney dropped charges against the CEO of Konnech, which makes scheduling software for poll workers.

In an abrupt reversal, Los Angeles County has dismissed charges against the chief executive of an election software company, marking the end of a case that prominent election deniers cited as evidence of foul play in American elections.

Eugene Yu, CEO of the Michigan-based firm Konnech, was charged in mid October with illegally storing the personal information of poll workers on Chinese servers, a violation of its contract with LA County. Konnech has provided its PollChief software to cities and counties across the country, including a $2.9 million contract with Los Angeles County.

On Wednesday, the district attorney's office said that it had moved to dismiss the case. A judge in Los Angeles Superior Court granted the motion without prejudice.

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