China, Iran and now Pakistan. The security breach flies in the face of election security officials who claim that the elections were the most secure in history. Instead it is an indication of an unauthorized intrusion into the back-end of the state government website’s system by a company allegedly linked to Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), spy/intel agency.
The United States and the Nevada government have been put on alert by an Anti-Voter Fraud group after a suspicious link was found between the state government website and a Lahore-based company allegedly linked to the Pakistani intelligence services.
According to an article by Kristina Wong titled ‘Anti-Voter Fraud Group Finds Suspicious Link Between Nevada State Website and Intelligence-Linked Pakistani Company’ published in Breitbart News on December 5, “The organization, True the Vote, alerted state and federal authorities after it requested a Nevada voter registration list through the Nevada secretary of state’s website, and received an email back with a downloadable voter file. That email arrived with an employee of Pakistani company Kavtech carbon copied.”
Catherine Engelbrecht, ‘True the Vote’ President, informed John C. Demers, Assistant Attorney General for National Security in a letter, obtained exclusively by Breitbart News, that upon receiving the email, “I was shocked to see the inclusion of another email address in the CC line.”
Voter Rights Group Notifies DOJ of Pakistani Link With Nevada Election Email System
A U.S. voter rights group informed the Department of Justice on Dec. 3 of a link between the Nevada election emails system and a Pakistani company with ties to military and intelligence.
By Ivan Pentchoukov, The Epoch Times, Updated: December 7, 2020:
True the Vote requested the Nevada voter file from the secretary of state after the Nov. 3 election. The state responded with a voter file in an email, but the message was copied to Waqas Butt, CEO of Pakistani-based Kavtech Solutions Ltd.
In a letter (pdf) to Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Demers, Catherine Engelbrecht, president of True the Vote, wrote that she was shocked to discover the Pakistani address in the carbon copy field of the email.
“The fact that this company was cc’d on an email containing access to the Nevada voter registration database appears to be evidence of a breach within the Nevada Secretary of State’s email system,” Engelbrecht wrote.
“Obviously, the problems that such a breach may evidence include access to at least the voter registration information of Nevada residents. At worst it could reveal a breach that gives a foreign power access to not only the State of Nevada’s systems, but also to the email systems of anyone whom the State communicates with via email.”
True the Vote received the email in question on Nov. 29.
Kavtech Solutions Ltd. is based in Lahore, Punjab Province, in Pakistan, according to the letter.
The office of the Nevada secretary of state didn’t respond to a request for comment.
According to its website, Kavtech specializes in data management, including for government clients. The company has also provided facial recognition software to three airports, data visualization services to a handful of clients, and developed more than 500 games. The website doesn’t appear to include any references to work with the Pakistani military and intelligence, as alleged in the letter. The company didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Trump campaign filed an election contest in Nevada on Nov. 17. A judge in the case dismissed the lawsuit and the campaign plans an appeal to the state’s Supreme Court. The lawsuit alleged that tens of thousands of votes were illegally cast, enough to invalidate the results. In an evidentiary hearing, Trump campaign attorneys said they have a witness who said that vote totals were inexplicably changed on USB drives overnight.
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