Wednesday, May 5, 2021

BREAKING: Judge Denies Cyber Ninjas' Request For Emergency Hearing Re: Security Plan

Superior Court Judge Daniel Martin has flat-out rejected the Cyber Ninjas' request for an emergency hearing on the mistakenly-filed security plan. The company in charge of the State Senate's recount/audit had sought to file the security plan - along with other documents - under seal last week. After Judge Martin rejected that, the Cyber Ninjas reached an agreement with the other parties to the lawsuit to keep only the security plan under wraps.

Unfortunately for them, they had improperly presented the documents to the court initially, and the security plan became public at noon on Thursday. On Thursday night, attorneys for Cyber Ninjas filed a motion asking for an emergency hearing on what they claimed was the court's inappropriate release.

After no response from opposing attorneys and silence from the court, the judge this morning simply said that there were no grounds for an emergency hearing and denied the request.

Arizona's Law had posted on Thursday afternoon about the portion of the security plan which concerned the possibility of "Antifa" and "militia" activity near the Veterans Memorial Coliseum and stating that Antifa might try to cause a major emergency at the adjacent chemical tanks and then block emergency response personnel in order to create a security problem at the recount.

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