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Supreme Court Rejects Lindell’s Appeal Regarding Phone Seizure

Mike Lindell (Credits: Newsweek)

The Supreme Court has chosen not to take up an appeal from Mike Lindell, the CEO of My Pillow and a remarkable figure in conservative circles, regarding the seizure of his phone despite allegations tied to his actions contesting the 2020 election results.

This decision leaves in place a lower court ruling that supported the seizure, effectively ending Lindell’s legal challenge on this issue.

Lindell has been under scrutiny for his involvement in an alleged incident in Colorado where there was an attempt to tamper with voting machines. This investigation stems from activities involving Tina Peters, a former clerk in Mesa County, Colorado.

Supreme Court Deals Blow to Mike Lindell (Credits: USA Today)

Peters was indicted for allegedly facilitating unauthorized access to voting equipment during the 2020 elections, an act that also purportedly involved exposing sensitive machine data online, raising concerns about potential security breaches.

The appellate court previously addressed Lindell’s complaint about the manner in which his phone was seized, determining that his objections did not constitute a violation of his constitutional rights.

Circuit Judge Ralph Erickson noted that Lindell’s inconvenience or disagreement with the seizure process did not amount to a breach of legal standards governing such actions.

This legal setback for Lindell is part of a broader series of legal challenges he has faced, particularly related to his claims of election fraud.

MyPillow CEO, founder Mike Lindell (Credits: CNN)

These include multiple defamation lawsuits filed by voting machine companies, which have argued that Lindell’s false assertions about election fraud have caused substantial damage to their reputations and business operations.

In a separate but related matter, Lindell was compelled earlier this year to fulfill a pledge of paying $5 million to anyone who could conclusively demonstrate that the 2020 presidential election was not fraudulently won.

This payout was triggered by a claimant who met the challenge’s criteria, further complicating Lindell’s legal and financial troubles stemming from his continued election denial efforts.

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