Posted BY: Kara | NwoReport
A 2020 election case that had been dismissed by a county superior court for “lack of standing” has just been reinstated by the Georgia Appeals Court.
The appeals court reinstated the Garland Favorito, et al. v. Alex Wan, et al. case, which alleges that counterfeit ballots were included in Fulton County’s absentee votes in 2020.
The lawsuit against the county Board of Registration and Elections was originally filed in December 2020 by VoterGA, an election integrity nonprofit organization. Henry County Superior Court Chief Judge Brian Amero had dismissed the case in July, which was upheld upon appeal.
“A judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit that alleged fraud in Georgia’s most populous county during the 2020 election,” the Independent had reported. “The suit sought a review of some 147,000 absentee ballots in search of illegitimate votes, but no evidence emerged to justify such a broad search, the judge said.”
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“Henry County Superior Court Chief Judge Brian Amero’s order dismissing the case says the Georgia voters who brought the lawsuit ‘failed to allege a particularized injury, and therefore lacked the standing to claim that their state constitutional rights to equal protection and due process had been violated,” the report added.