Minnesota AG investigates company accused of recruiting armed guards for Election Day

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Click on the "lawsuit" link below to read the Complaint filed.


Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced on Tuesday that his office launched an investigation into a private security company that has been accused of recruiting armed security guards for Election Day, saying that such an effort would intimidate voters.

Atlas Aegis is accused of posting since-deleted advertisements on Facebook for U.S. military Specials Operations personnel to guard polling sites in Minnesota on Election Day, according to a lawsuit filed by the Council on American-Islamic Relations of Minnesota (CAIR) and the League of Women Voters of Minnesota.

Ellison said that voter intimidation is against the law.


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