Colorado county election officials indicted by grand jury in security breach investigation

Colorado county election officials indicted by grand jury in security breach investigation

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  • CNN — Tina Peters, the county clerk in Mesa County, Colorado, and her deputy clerk, Belinda Knisley, have been indicted by a county grand jury stemming from an election security breach investigation by local authorities.
  • District Attorney Dan Rubinstein announced Wednesday morning that Peters faces 10 counts, including three felony counts of attempting to influence a public servant, two felony counts of conspiracy to commit criminal impersonation, one felony count of identity theft, and misdemeanor counts for first-degree official misconduct, violation of duty and failing to comply with requirements of the Colorado secretary of state.
  • She is not allowed to have contact with Knisley, the victims mentioned in her felony indictment or any employee in the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder office.
  • She also is not allowed to have contact with Peters, the alleged victims or employees in the Clerk and Recorder Office, except for a family member who works in the office.

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