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Feds Look Away As Stolen Dominion Voting Machine Sold On eBay

At a glance

  • Computer programmer and voting rights activist who bought stolen election machine on eBay says authorities haven’t even bothered to reach out to him about the purchase – despite the fact that it may be first looted ballot tabulator in U.S. history.
  • Harri Hursti, a Connecticut-based computer programmer and activist, said that he bought the machine on the online marketplace for $1200.
  • He went on to say that he contacted authorities in Michigan, where the machine originated, to tell them about his purchase.



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