Sidney Powell’s ‘Kraken’ voter fraud lawsuits ridiculed by legal experts for spelling mistakes, lack of evidence


Lawsuits filed by Sidney Powell’s former attorney, Donald Trump, have been ridiculed for containing plenty of spelling and error and lacking substantive evidence of voter fraud.

Powell, who previously promised to “release the Krakenreferring to lawsuits that would reveal why Trump was cheated out of the election victory, he published two documents that the president’s supporters, as well as conspiracy theories and practitioners, had been eagerly awaiting. QAnon followers.

“The #Kraken has just appeared in Georgia, “Powell wrote as he tweeted a link to his site before he even promised”ReleaseTheKraken In Michigan. “

Both the 104-page lawsuit detailing allegations of fraud in Georgia and the 75-page document focusing on Michigan contain a number of misspellings, including the “district” being misspelled twice in the Georgia District starting line. In the Michigan lawsuit, the court’s name is also spelled in the top line as “Eastern District of Michigan.”

The documents incorrectly spell the names of William Briggs, one of Powell’s key expert witnesses, incorrectly referring to the names “Williams Briggs” and “William”. Higgs. “

The Michigan document contains a number of pages where there is no space between the words in the entire sentences, as follows: political party[orinterestedorganization]you have to indicate which is the idea The challenger serves when designating challengers under the subsection. “

Bradley P. Moss, a prominent national security attorney, said, “Rarely does a lawyer need to have 100-page lawsuits. Maybe if you literally wind up a multinational company with 25 separate bills.”

He added: “Don’t forget to do a spell check. You’re not accusing you wildly. Seriously, seriously, that’s not what the professionals do. That’s the thing that makes the judge throw the book at you. his behavior.

Former federal prosecutor and legal analyst Renato Mariotti said, “Sidney Powell’s ‘kraken’ complaint is much more like an infant cancer. It’s not worth the paper it was printed on. But millions of people have been deceived into believing it will change the election results. Spoiler warning: It’s a habit.”

British lawyer Nazir Afzal tweeted, “You don’t have to read Powell’s 104-page‘ kraken ’submissions, here’s a good summary: Conspiracy theories and spelling mistakes litter them. That he was once a federal prosecutor convinces him of his faith. You just have to talk about the evidence, and none of that achieves or stands against control. “

The allegations made in the application include that Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic it was used to equip the 2020 U.S. election. These systems were allegedly used to “ensure that computer ballots are filled out and votes are manipulated at any level so that Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez never loses another election.”

This statement is based on an unnamed statement abuser declares himself a Venezuelan military official.

Other social media users, including political journalists, highlighted mistakes and other examples misrepresentation in the files, pointing out that the voting systems allegedly used in Venezuela were not used in the state of Michigan.

The documents state, without evidence, that the Dominion software was accessed by agents who “acted on behalf of China and Iran to monitor and manipulate the election,” including the U.S. election.

Another claim comes from Colorado-based Joe Oltmannwho allegedly infiltrated as a reporter antifa and was able to record Eric’s former Dominion voting officer Coomer stating, “Don’t worry. Trump won’t win the election, we’ve fixed that.”

Documents also claim that in Fulton County, Georgia, after the poll closed election workers, “it was falsely claimed that a water leak was needed to close the facility.”

Powell claims that all polling staff and challengers were evacuated for hours at 10 p.m., but several election workers “worked unattended and impeccably at computers” for about 1 hour.

Georgia’s foreign minister’s office has confirmed it is investigating the State Farm Arena leak, although Powell’s timing appears to be wrong, as the leak was reported at 6:07 a.m. and officials said it was rectified within two hours.

“None of the ballot papers were damaged and no devices were affected. A brief review of the missing ballot papers took place during the time of the repairs.” – stands in the Communication of the State Economic Arena.

We contacted Powell for comment.


In a photo on November 19, 2020, Sidney Powell speaks at a press conference at the Washington Republican National Committee headquarters.
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