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California DA Dropped Bombshell Election Case Because It Might Help Trump

Massive Election Fraud Case Dropped By  Soros Backed Da Who Pays Out $5 Million In Damages
Massive Election Fraud Case Dropped By Soros Backed Da Who Pays Out $5 Million In Damages
BY: John Livingston
APRIL 22, 2024

For political factors, Los Angeles DA George Gascon dismissed the criminal charges against Konnech CEO Eugene Yu, says the case’s lead district attorney.

L.A. County District Attorney George Gascon improperly– and for political factors– dismissed the criminal charges against the CEO of election software application services business Konnech, a governmental tort problem filed Wednesday by the lead prosecutor on the case claims. That eight-page problem against Gascon with the county Board of Supervisors further declares the DA struck back versus his lead district attorney for opposing the termination of the charges– and reveals a lot more previously unknown and unpleasant information about the whole case.

On October 4, 2022, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office revealed that Eugene Yu, CEO of Konnech, a company based in Michigan, had been nabbed in relation to criminal charges pending in California. In a statement, the DA’s office disclosed that Konnech had actually been contracted to securely save data for the county, with the understanding that only U.S. residents and permanent locals would have access to it. Nevertheless, the business violated the regards to the contract by saving the data on servers found in China, according to journalism release.

Yu was later detained and extradited to California, where the far-left Gascon eventually dismissed the criminal charges versus Yu. L.A. County later on also approved a $5 million payment to Yu to settle a civil claim the Konnech CEO had submitted versus the federal government.

The dropping of the criminal charges was perplexing from a legal perspective, given that the complaint implicated Yu of misbehavior, and the search warrant at Konnech discovered proof of staff members sharing individual info of Los Angeles County election workers with third-party software application designers who dealt with Konnech’s PollChief software. Moreover, a task supervisor validated via DingTalk that Chinese contractors dealing with the software application had elevated opportunities for all PollChief clients.

Politics, however, seemed to describe Gascon’s decision, as right after news of Yu’s arrest broke, the right-leaning group True the Vote issued a press release, stating:

Real the Vote appreciates the chance to have contributed in a minor method to what appears to have been an extensive and intricate investigation. The organization is deeply happy to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s workplace for their thorough efforts and quick reaction in handling this concern.

Gregg Phillips, who utilized to be a board member of True the Vote, stated that he had actually offered testimony in the grand jury in Los Angeles County that resulted in the indictment of Mr. Yu.

As I reported at the time, Gascon’s workplace initially claimed Phillips played no role in the examination but later acknowledged Phillips’ report to the general public Integrity Division was “the first step in a thorough independent and still ongoing examination which eventually led to the arrest and charging of Mr. Yu.”

The sensible inference from these realities– that the choice to drop the charges against Konnech was a political one– now has additional support by the grievance submitted by lead district attorney Eric Neff.

Neff’s lawyer filed a grievance with the.A. County Board of Supervisors, referred to as a “governmental tort claim,” which need to be done before pursuing a civil suit. This document lays out the investigation, charges, and eventual dismissal in detail.

According to Neff, Yu, through Konnech, provided services to Los Angeles under an almost $3 million agreement: “As part of this agreement, Konnech was entrusted with sensitive and secret information relating to County election employees …” Following an examination and the ultimate execution of a search warrant at Konnech, Yu’s “computer servers were seized,” Neff discussed.

The district attorney’s examinations, as claimed by Neff, discovered numerous substantial pieces of evidence, consisting of electronic communications and a working together witness who recognized with the business’s doubtful practices and treatments. This proof supposedly revealed that Konnech was sharing delicate individual details with Chinese-owned and operated third-party professionals through Chinese-owned and operated messaging apps.

Neff declared in his internal complaint that his superiors in the DA’s workplace extensively analyzed the case versus Mr. Yu in between October 6th and 12th, 2022, including all members of his pecking order in the review procedure.

In the end, the highest-ranking district attorney who was not elected within the office evaluated the case and licensed the submission of a criminal grievance against Mr. Yu. The felony complaint was officially submitted on October 13, 2022.

What occurred next was pure politics, Neff’s story recommends:

Around October 17, 2022, DA Gascon felt worried that his current recommendation from Mr. Trump and the reactionary wing, which he had accidentally protected, would adversely impact his political standing if he pursued prosecution versus Mr. Yu.

Gascon first assigned another attorney, Luke Sisak, to lead the prosecution and supervise Neff. Then, according to Neff, on Nov. 10, 2022, Sisak notified Neff “that management from the DA’s Office had ordered the case to be dismissed.”

Neff mentioned that he raised concerns to Mr. Sisak about the termination, citing both a lack of legal reason and his belief that the termination was unlawful and politically determined rather than in the interest of justice. The grievance outlined Neff’s reasons for objecting to the termination. Neff declared that Gascon instructed his assistant head deputy to go to court to perform the termination.

In a letter on Nov. 14, 2022, Neff, as he put it, “lowered the grievances” about the dismissal of the charges versus Yu in composing, claiming “that the dismissal was politically encouraged.” Neff even more objected to Gascon’s decision “since a prosecutor can not utilize political gains as a basis for dismissing a prosecution of a criminal matter.”

2 days later on, Neff was placed on administrative leave, pending an internal examination, according to the internal problem Neff filed Wednesday with the county. Almost a year-and-a-half later on, “Neff was notified that the examination was finished which no disciplinary actions would be taken versus him.” According to Neff, the outcome of the examination should be “there was no proof that Mr. Neff dedicated any misconduct.”

On April 4, 2024, Neff was reappointed after a duration of absence. Neff declares that he was transferred to a less beneficial function in the Welfare Fraud Unit by DA Gascon as a form of retaliation for raising concerns about Mr. Yu’s dismissal. This modification affected Neff’s task environment, career prospects, and potential promotions, according to his problem.

The accusations made against Gascon appear to be a prelude to Neff submitting a lawsuit against the DA’s office. If this takes place, the general public might reveal more details about the actions or inactions of Konnech and Yu, along with the factors behind the DA’s choice to dismiss the charges.