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Nate Cain: FBI ignored Konnech election data breach – Brighteon.TV
By Kevin Hughes // Apr 18, 2023

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has disregarded the breach of election data linked to Chinese company Konnech.

Whistleblower Nate Cain disclosed this information to Jeffrey Prather during the April 14 episode of "Prather Point" on Brighteon.TV. Cain, an Army veteran and cybersecurity entrepreneur, said the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office hired his company to aid with serving the court-ordered search and arrest warrants to Konnech.

"We had skills in cyber forensic capture, and they were dealing with something they'd never dealt with before – which was the potential for capturing information potentially on foreign servers, as well as dealing with a potential Chinese spy ring essentially," Cain said.

After assembling the cyber protection team, Cain and his staff did their work in Michigan. Evidence-gathering into overseas servers yielded the data of poll workers, election judges and election inventory systems. They also found documents showing that a Chinese company doing software development and maintenance for elections had ties to the Chinese Communist Party. (Related: Matrixxx Grooove: Jeff and Shady denounce "damning" action of Konnech storing US poll worker data on Chinese servers – Brighteon.TV)

"You have to pull down that stuff slowly and methodically. And there's a lot of precautions involved in just like anything, when you're dealing with a criminal case. You have to be very careful about evidence handling," Cain said.

"We took extreme procedures to make sure that we document and recorded everything that we were doing. And that we were using forensically wiped drives and hashing all of the evidence files, all of that."

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DA Gascon unhappy with Cain's actions

Given their findings, Cain said he had no choice but to take the information to the Defense Counterintelligence Security Agency (DCSA). He explained that it could be a potential Chinese espionage operation.

"It's interesting because when we took this information to the DCSA, the DCSA actually went through their process of validating the data. [They had] an analyst review it, and they determined that it needed to be investigated by the FBI. And so, they had submitted a request to the FBI to investigate this. But the fact that the FBI completely ignored this county's request, I thought, was interesting."

Cain also provided the information to a superintendent of the LA Police Department, who brought the findings to the FBI. Unfortunately, the federal law enforcement agency did not show any interest in it. Moreover, LA County District Attorney (DA) George Gascon was not happy about the findings.

Cain told Prather that after his company provided all of the evidence and information to the county, the DA's office severed all ties and refused to pay. Because of this, Cain has taken the county to court.

According to the whistleblower and Army veteran, there is no doubt the election data was going to China. He added that Konnech CEO Eugene Yu had lied that his company's software was developed in the U.S. and that data was not being held on foreign servers.

Prather mentioned that Konnech has already vacated its office in Michigan. The FBI also came out with an affidavit clearing the company of any wrongdoing. The former intelligence officer mentioned that this is not just a law enforcement case, but one of espionage.

Head over to FBICorruption.news for more stories about the federal law enforcement agency.

Watch the April 14 episode of "Prather Point" below. "Prather Point" with Jeffrey Prather airs every Friday at 10-11 a.m. and every Saturday from 7-8 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.

More related stories:

Software CEO charged with stealing massive amounts of election data in Los Angeles, sending it to China.

Is the CCP harvesting data on Americans from "smart" appliances?

Authorities: CEO of election software company sent American poll workers' data to China.

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