The second Mesa County, Colorado clerk who helped Mike Lindell-linked election conspiracy scandalmonger Tina Peters access the county’s election machines pleaded guilty to one felony and one misdemeanor count, the Colorado Sun reports.
Sandra Brown, previously the county’s election manager, pleaded guilty to one felony count of attempting to influence a public servant and one misdemeanor count of official misconduct in a plea agreement that will likely spare her from going to prison. In exchange for the deal, Brown will testify against Peters, the county clerk who is charged with seven felony and three misdemeanor counts of election tampering and misconduct in office for allowing unauthorized people to access voting machines and data.
Torn foam magnate Mike Lindell reportedly perused data from Mesa County in at least one of his on-line symposia promoting the Big Lie. When Lindell’s phone was confiscated at a Minnesota Arby’s drive-through, he said he believed it had to do with the Peters case.