Cyber Ninjas is giving the Arizona Senate documents related to Maricopa County election review

Former Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan pool photo

By Ryan Randazzo and Mary Jo Pitzl | Arizona Republic

The owners of a private company holding thousands of documents from the controversial review of the 2020 election in Maricopa County are handing over some of those records to the Arizona Senate for eventual release to the public.

The move is a change for the company, Cyber Ninjas, which for months has refused to release documents.

In a letter to an attorney for the Arizona Senate, an attorney for the company’s owners said he was sending over more than 1,000 pages of documents on a disc that includes “contracts, modifications and cancellation of contracts, quotations, and change orders.”

An attorney for the Senate, Kory Langhofer, said the records will be released after they are reviewed for any necessary redactions.

The documents have yet to arrive, Langhofer said. It’s unclear whether they are responsive to the public records requests that prompted the litigation a year ago.

As of April 26, a lawyer for the company owners continued to question whether Cyber Ninjas’ documents were public records. The judge told them that day, unequivocally, they were.

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Michael Kemp also said he would make former CEO Doug Logan and his wife Meghan personally responsible for turning over the company records.


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