Cyber Ninjas, company tapped for Arizona election review, shuts down amid debt and legal challenges

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Cyber ​​Ninjas, the company hired to lead a Republican-ordered review of Maricopa County’s 2020 election results, said it was closing, citing rising legal costs and debt, among other factors.

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Previously a little-known cybersecurity firm, Cyber ​​Ninjas became a central figure in an unusual review of the 2020 presidential results, when Democrat Joe Biden won Arizona’s most populous county. State’s Republican-controlled Senate review ordered And hired Florida-based Cyber ​​Ninjas to lead the process, even though Maricopa County officials had already conducted other audits that found no problems with the county’s voting system.

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Cyber ​​Ninja Reports Finally Biden’s victory confirmed in Maricopa County.

Cyber ​​Ninja spokesman Rod Thomson said the company was closing for a variety of reasons, including $2 million in debt. The firm previously said it accepted millions of dollars in private donations from backers of the audit.

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