Konnech, Inc. has agreed to dismiss the lawsuit brought against Catherine Englebrecht, Gregg Phillips and True the Vote.
Since the case first emerged, Catherine, Gregg and True the Vote have faced opposition not only from Konnech but from the Court itself. Judge Kenneth Hoyt took the unprecedented step of placing Ms. Englebrecht and Mr. Phillips in prison for protecting the name of a key witness - something unseen in previous civil proceedings, especially in a defamation case.
Konnech's CEO, Eugene Yu, was arrested in October, after having been charged in an indictment issued from the Los Angeles District Attorney. Yu was charged with theft of personal identifying information on millions of poll workers, and porting the information to China. Amazingly, despite the fact the CEO was charged with these crimes, Konnech's suit claimed that True the Vote had fabricated claims about Konnech and Yu.
Earlier this week, True the Vote released additional footage, previously unseen by the public and taken during "The PIT" meeting, showing the point at which they shared their experiences with Konnech, the FBI and the resulting FBI betrayal during the initial investigation of Konnech and Eugene Yu.
Treue the Votes reactions to the dismissal: