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Massive news has emerged from Los Angeles.

On Tuesday, the Los Angeles District Attorney announced the arrest of Eugen Yu, the CEO of a software company that schedules poll workers because he reportedly stored poll worker data in China.

District Attorney George Gascon was quoted saying the District Office has “found probable cause to believe that Konnech allegedly violated this contract by storing critical information that the workers provided on servers in China.”

Previously True the Vote exposed Eugen Yu who serves as the CEO of Konnech elections services but their reporting was deemed as a “conspiracy theory”.

NPR had these details to share:

The Los Angeles County District Attorney announced on Tuesday the arrest of Eugene Yu, the CEO of a small company that makes software for scheduling poll workers and had a contract with L.A. County. District Attorney George Gascón said at a news conference that the contract with the county required the company, Konnech, to securely maintain election worker information on servers in the United States.

Gascón said that in the course of a separate investigation, his office “found probable cause to believe that Konnech allegedly violated this contract by storing critical information that the workers provided on servers in China.”

The District Attorney did not provide further details of what evidence his investigators had uncovered so far. He said Yu’s arrest was made on “suspicion of theft of personal identifying information.”

Konnech is located in Michigan, and Gascón said his office had cooperated with local law enforcement to make the arrest. Robert Arcos, the chief of the D.A.’s Bureau of Investigation, said that investigators from the Public Integrity Unit and the Computer Forensics Unit helped serve the arrest warrant on Yu, and also seized hard drives.

The bizarre part about this story is just days before Yu was arrested the New York Times wrote an article that called the accusation against Yu a Conspiracy theory.

Blaze Media had these details to add:

On October 3, the New York Times’ Stuart Thompson criticized so-called “far-right election deniers” for a “conspiracy theory” alleging that Konnech, an election software company based in East Lansing, Michigan, had “secret ties to the Chinese Communist Party and had given the Chinese government backdoor access to personal data about two million poll workers in the United States.”

Thompson, a “misinformation and disinformation” reporter, suggested that these claims, which allegedly made the CEO of the company cry, were used to “raise doubts about the integrity of American elections.”

The NY Times piece ended in a quote from the company’s 51-year-old Chinese-born CEO, Eugene Yu: “They had no interest in the truth. … The truth is inconvenient.”





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