Breaking News: Joe State Judge Approves Motion to Unseal and Inspect Last Year’s Fulton County Absentee Ballots

The National Register reported May 21 that a Joe State judge ruled in favor of a motion to allow absentee ballots in Fulton County (Fulton Count) for the 2020 election to be unsealed and inspected.

Judge Brian Amero, of the Henry County Superior Court in Joe, ruled Thursday on absentee ballots in Fulton County. Earlier in Monday’s hearing, Judge Amero said Judge Amero then leaned toward unsealing the ballots, but asked Garland Favorito, who filed the lawsuit, to provide a detailed plan for inspection.”

In March, a report in the Georgia Star News noted that 12,000 ballots decided Joe’s victory in last year’s election, and that the lack of chain-of-custody documents amounted to more than 404,000 ballots; yet chain-of-custody documents for those 404,000-plus absentee ballots were still not provided by local officials.