Ruby Freeman Body Cam Admissions Revealed In The Georgia Ballot Scanning Scandal
12/28/2022 Repost from The Georgia Record
Staff December 25, 2022
Newly uncovered police body cam footage of Ruby Freeman reveal her stunning admissions that directly contradict allegations made under oath by January 6th Committee witnesses, by certain reporters and show hosts, by members of Congress, and by lawyers in sworn statements to Federal Court. Freeman volunteers to blow the whistle on election fraud.
In the body cam, Ruby Freeman alleges a coverup by the Georgia Secretary of State, the DOJ/FBI, the GBI, and the Fulton County DA.
911 call transcript, body cam videos, and police report were obtained by Open Record Requests. From that information investigators have learned that the police report was supplemented in contradiction of the facts.
Ruby Freeman’s lawyer since January 2021 is Michael Gottlieb who also was lawyer and fixer for Hunter Biden and Aaron Rich, brother to Seth Rich.
Summary of January 4, 2021 meeting with Ruby Freeman
Location: Cobb County Sheriff’s Office, Marietta, GA
Participants: Ruby Freeman, Trevian Kutti, Harrison Floyd (by phone), Garrison Douglas, Cobb County Police Officers
Ruby Freeman was employed by Happy Faces – a temporary agency that had been founded by Stacey Abrams. Freeman was a contractor to Fulton County, GA Elections absentee ballot department where she worked with her supervisor daughter Shaye Moss to process absentee ballots in early November 2020. In December 2020, video of the Fulton County ballot processing center operations from early November at State Farm Arena was part of a Georgia Senate Committee investigation and was publicly televised by multiple news organizations. The video showed ballot boxes appearing to be outside of normal chain of custody being extracted from under a table and processed while no election observers or members of the media were present. Freeman, Moss and Ralph Jones are seen pulling the ballot boxes from underneath the table. Freeman and Moss are seen scanning and rescanning stacks of ballots into an election computer. The unusual activities seen in the video coverage of the Fulton County ballot counting became a major focus of national attention in late 2020 and early 2021. The presidential race in Georgia in 2020 was decided by less than 11,900 votes. Investigators that reviewed the video produced estimates of unusual ballot scans estimating between 20,000 to 40,000 from the ballots under the table added to the overall vote totals after midnight November 3, 2020.
After the December 2020 coverage of the Fulton County election operations, we learn in the following body cam footage that Ruby Freeman met with representatives from the GA Secretary of State, GBI and FBI/DOJ in December 2020 and tried to blow the whistle on the improper re-scanning of absentee ballots and the improper access to voting computers via USB ports. She commented that what the Secretary of State and District Attorney were reporting was false and a fraud. When she met the FBI/DOJ, they did not ask her to tell what she knew and instead told her to scrub her social media.
In December of 2020, a chaplain Steven Lee became aware Ruby Freeman hearing she wanted to disclose her involvement in ballot processing at State Farm Arena and was seeking legal assistance. Lee knocked on the door at Freemans home two weeks prior to January 4th, but Freeman said she did not want to speak with him because he is “old white man.” (See body cam transcript)
Lee contacted Harrison Floyd, who had been employed by the Trump 2020 Campaign.
Unable to travel to Georgia, Floyd asked Trevian Kutti, a publicist who was working on the Perdue re-election campaign in Georgia, to see if Freeman needed assistance.
On January 4, 2021, Garrison Douglas, the director of communications for the Georgia Republican Party, transported Kutti to Freeman’s house in Cobb County to offer help to Freeman. Freeman activated her ring camera to record the visit conversation between Kutti and neighbor Miss Nadine. Freeman did not answer the door and called 911. On the 911 call, Freeman states she wants Kutti to come back to her house to see how they can help her. See the January 4, 2021 Ruby Freeman 911 transcript)
Freeman shows the Ring video to the officer, who records Kutti’s name, phone number, and learns from Freeman that Kutti and Douglas are still close by.
The officer agrees to call Kutti to arrange a meeting that night at the police station. The body camera of the responding officer recorded the meeting that night.
Based on Freeman’s unsuccessful meeting with State and Federal officials and seeing media coverage of the activities at State Farm Arena, Freeman admitted to the responding officer she was uncertain whom to trust yet determined she would meet with crisis manager Trevian Kutti along with police and by phone with Harrison Floyd.
The Ruby Freeman 911 Call, Body Cam Admissions, and Police Report
On 4Jan21, Ruby Freeman (“RF”) called the Cobb County Police to help her arrange a meeting with crisis manager Trevian Kutti (“TK”) and her driver/witness Garrison Douglas (“GD”). On the 911 call and in person at her home with the responding police officer, RF asked for the meeting to see what help TK could provide to her, to clear her name, to report on the coverup by the GA SOS and FBI, and to blow the whistle on improper ballot scanning and improper use of USB Ports by Fulton County election employees that occurred in and after the 2020 elections.
On the 4Jan21 911 call, RF asks the police officer to arrange to meet with TK and GD.
RF: “No, that's why I wanted the police to come and I go outside and talk with them with
the police being there. I'm not talking now.”
RF: “Yeah. Well yes. What I want to do when the officers come, the people said they were close. They, I want them to come back and tell me what it is they can do for me while the officer is here.”
After arriving at Ms. Freeman’s home, the police officer was invited into her home where she expressed how she wanted to meet with TK and GD with police present.
RF: “I don't know. I don't know. We can say we trust God and need to believe God all day. But he gives us wisdom, you know, right about now. I don't know if I need to talk to these people. If they really can help me, how can you help me?
During the police visit to Freemans home 4Jan21, the Ring camera conversation of TK and RF neighbor, Miss Nadine is replayed for the responding officer.
TK: “My name is Trevian Kutti. I'm a crisis manager. Let her know that we are not affiliated with anything or anybody, but there's some things she should know”
RF: “Okay. So what I wanted done was while you're here, I know I ain't calling with my number, but I know from 911, if you call them your office or whatever, not their office and had them to dial the number and say, yeah, she's willing to meet at back at her house. You know mm-hmm cause the police is there and she'll meet with you with the police.”
At approximately 10:30pm 4Jan21, RF, TK and GD meet at the Cobb County Police Station.
TK asks RF: “so you can find and figure out the steps you want to take. If you choose to take any at all.”
(05:56) TK comments to the responding officer and to RF that there are Feds there in the police station as well.
(06:15) Officer: “I could step over there if you’re, if you’re comfortable.”
TK: Okay, uh I want her to be comfortable, but I also want to advise her that there are Federal people who are involved here (pointing to the hallway) that I don’t know who is connected to who. And I really need her to be as non-chalant as possible with this conversation that we are going to have so that if she does make a decision, she’s protected in her decisions.
(08:00) TK then phones Harrison Floyd (“HF”) to join in the conversation.
(22:10) RF: “But I do want an attorney, but nobody now its me, its all a fraud. So I do, I do wanted one, I know that I need an attorney. I have asked several different …. All about it and not heard back from. And even when I met with Secretary of State …they didn’t ask nothing else about fraud, they didn’t ask about an attorney. So, I do want an attorney. I know I need an attorney. I haven’t answered any questions because I don’t have an attorney.” “They went and asked something and said no you cannot answer that because it’s false. I didn’t even watch a lot of the Youtube, I think I saw one about the DA he said; and everything they are saying is false. Everything. From the quote unquote suitcases of the ballot boxes, to the why we opened them back up. Everything they said was false. Now if they’re they did say that they cut, they cleared, they cleared then they asked as to what happened with the ballot boxes and nobody telling me and I don’t understand that. The FBI, nobody has reached out to me. They reached out to me only to uh clear my social media”
(29:47) RF: “Ok, we are saying the same thing over. And I appreciate you. Like I said, I do want an attorney.
TK So Harrison, So Harrison. When can we
RF: Thank you
RF: I … I understand. Let’s do it.
At 30 minutes into the conversation, there was further discussion of the fraud and Ruby Freeman agreeing to accept help from the crisis manager to get an attorney.
(30:23) Floyd: Ms. Ruby, um, did .… change the counts. I know people who will make sure you are safe and secure”. “There is a couple things I need you to confirm. Just to make sure. Is that ok with you?”
Floyd: Ok. So you mentioned a couple things, and I’m not going to lie to you …but … the ballot boxes. Are you sure about that?”
RF: “Yes. I had to put them up under the table.”
Floyd: “You put them under the table?”
Floyd: So there were more people involved?”
(36:47) RF “Who put it under the table? Because they could have been distorted! Because they knew everybody was being recorded. I swear on my mama’ em. They came and came around me having everything all looking important.” “And we’re packing up and I’ve already packed up everything. And I was and I put everything in order.”
Election Official Ralph Jones communicated with Freeman and Moss. Freeman admitted that in the late-night hours of 3Nov20 she was pressured by her supervisors to illegally scan ballots after observers had been removed from the absentee ballot central count at State Farm Arena.
(40:14) RF: …“and he said and they was saying the count was low, it was really low and is there ah are all of the ballots counted? And so we got like there was a few more and we can get those in the morning because there wasn’t that many. They said well count as many as you can – count all of them you know. So my daughter said Mommy, get on the scanner. But I didn’t scan so she said just do it so we could get on outta here. So that was when even nobody else was taking because there were no more work to be done so we said we can’t! And they said lucky - because nobody was here. And when they said that, BOOM under the table. Cut the zip ties to scan them so the number would go up, so that’s how the number was created, by the ballots going through the scanner. So when all of them were done, we got the final count and we put them back in the bucket and the boxes and the bucket and zip ties and put ‘em back under the table. So that’s the reason the ballots came from under the table and we re-opened them up.”
After those bombshell admissions that the media and the Unselect Committee heard from the body cam, Ruby Freeman is heard to lament the impact on her relationship with her daughter.
(44:57) RF: Of course she would never say it but it’s like it’s my fault. She used to think it was her fault for me wanting to work there. But I say now it’s like this, It’s my fault because, my name, I had my my business name up, so that’s where they got my name from. That’s how they attacked my social media and my business. So my daughter feels that, I don’t know if she thinks of me as bad? And I know and I know she made a comment once that she when it first happened she … they don’t care nothing about that. Because right before that, a week before the election they made her supervisor of Absentee Ballots. I know how that works. All that was was that so she would do a good, she would do a good job, real good job, a good job, she would do a real good job. (Inaudible) Exactly, but that hurt her. Now, if she takes it out on me, because I had did this and I don’t have any friends because of you and uh uh. Well, I have to take the heat for her”
(55:36) RF “There is other stuff and to do something to see if the attorney would be of interest. So, I think I’ve said enough that the attorney would be of interest because I am not (inaudible) but the part I did not discuss I want to go, was more so because I we all know the County doesn’t care nothing about me okay. But the other part - that cleared the County, they cleared my name as far as the ballots. But the other part, the USB pull, that’s a totally different thing and to me, the County don’t care about clearing that because that was something I had in my name, so they say. At first, even though the County said doing ballots was the only. And that’s why I want an attorney because I know that my name needs to be cleared with that. It was on youtube videos and everything and I know I need an attorney.”
(57:09) RF: “It is serious. It is deep. It is so real, It is so…They will not. They will believe it because I’m good at explaining myself if I’m right.” “But the USB ports, but really, I really, I would love to go live with that because the ballots is history. Even though my name is still lingering but if they want to do it (Inaudible) But now it’s the USB ports, so I need an attorney, I want to go live, I’ll go live on every platform. And it will blow your mind. And you are going to be amazed at that picture…” “I want an attorney and I want to go live. And I need an attorney and I can tell you then. But everybody needs to know how dumb they are.”
TK: “So obviously we want to clear your name.”
Discussion by Police Officers on the Original Police Report heard on the body cam.
Then one hour and three minutes into the body cam we hear the responding officer talk with a supervisor about writing the police report.
Officer 1: “This report will be media entrants. So..
Officer Supervisor: “Media what?”
Officer 1: “Mostly everything going to be in support of that. Pretty much everything and it’s going to be real bland on public now.
(1:03:13) Officer Supervisor “I wouldn’t go too detailed on this at all because this might not even be a thing. It’s just, she approached the door, she didn’t feel comfortable. We spoke to both parties and she agreed to meet with them ... You don’t have to run with what they talked about don’t worry about that.”
(1:03:25) Officer 1: “Yeah”
(1:03:27) Officer Supervisor: “So I mean this could be yeah definitely so don’t go too…”
(1:03:30) Officer: “No I’m not…”
(1:03:32) Officer Supervisor: “You know you all the …you need, date of birth and everything?”
(1:03:42) Officer 1: “Mmm hmm”
(1:03:46) Officer Supervisor: “Okay. Yeah, yeah I wouldn’t, I mean there’s no crime here, there’s nothing”
(1:03:49) Officer 1: “Mmm Mmm, Yeah it’s, it’s just political.”
(1:03:52) Officer Supervisor: “at this point we generated a case number and because we don’t even know what was going on.”
(1:03:57) Officer 1: “Because of, thing, coverup, anyway it’s a cover-up and we took all the necessary, necessary steps though.”
After the police wrap up the content of the police report, the meeting ended. Ruby Freeman was escorted home (contrary to the second supplement to the police report made 17 days later).
The original police report prepared contemporaneously 4jan21:
“On January 4, 2021 at approximately 2038 hours, I responded to a suspicious activity call that occurred at . Upon arrival, I made contact with Ruby Freeman who stated that she was a ballot counter for the election. Ms. Freeman stated that she was being harassed by people on social media and had random people knocking on her door. Ms. Freeman stated that a female and male were at her door trying to speak with her. Ms. Freeman stated that the female (Trevian Kutti) stated that she needed to speak with her. I asked Ms. Freeman if she would be comfortable speaking with Ms. Kutti at the precinct (4700 Austell Road) while we supervised, and Ms. Freeman stated yes. I contacted Ms. Kutti and they agreed to meet at 2230 hours. I escorted Ms. Freeman to the precinct to speak with Ms. Kutti and escorted Ms. Freeman back to her residence. Ms. Freeman`s residence was listed on a zone patrol and Ms. Freeman was informed to call back immediately if she observed any suspicious activity outside of her residence. No further.”
The next day the police report was supplemented to add this paragraph:
“I made contact with Ms. Kutti who stated that she was a crisis manager and was sent from a high-profile individual and that she traveled from Chicago, Illinois. Ms. Kutti stated that Ms. Freeman was in danger and had 48 hours to speak with her so that she could get ahead of the issue. Ms. Kutti stated that unknown subjects were going to be at Ms. Freeman`s residence, but did not elaborate on the dangers Ms. Freeman was facing, but it was due to the election.”
The supplement above added January 5, 2021 does not align with what we hear the officers discussing about the police report. Ruby freeman testified she was moved from her home by the FBI that day for two months. Yet 16 days later a DPS official added another supplement:
On 01/21/2021, at 1845 hours, I was advised by LT. Noles that Ruby Freeman was involved in a suspicious activity report from 01/04/2021. Ms. Freeman was involved in a previous harassing communications incident in December 2020 and I was familiar with her case so I asked for the new case to be assigned to me for follow-up. On 01/21/2021, at 1850 hours, I called the listed home phone number for Ms. Freeman and found that the number was invalid. I then called the listed mobile number and spoke with Ms. Freeman who stated that Trump supporters had ordered pizza deliveries to her home for three days in a row. A CCPD Police Officer was dispatched to the home but the officer was unable to convince the pizza companies to stop delivering unless Ms. Freeman called them directly. Ms. Freeman stated that she had gone to the businesses herself and resolved the situation. Ms. Freeman also complained about Trump supporters attempting to hold a rally at her home due to some alleged voter/ ballot fraud. The rally did not occur as planned and there was no need for police action. The suspicious activity incident was an alleged Trump supporter who attempted to get Ms. Freeman to make false claims about the ballot counting for the FBI investigation of the election results. Ms. Freeman was disappointed with the service that was provided by CCPD because she was not escorted to her home by an officer after the meeting with the Trump supporter. I expressed my desire to have CCPD better serve the citizens and I asked Ms. Freeman if there was anything that I could do to assist her at this time. Ms. Freeman advised she had hired an attorney who would be in charge of any further communications with CCPD and she thanked me for taking the time to call her. This case was initially listed as cleared and it was activated so that I could access the information from my dashboard. This case will be closed again unless further information is developed. [01/21/2021 19:46, CAST, 5414, DPS”
Yet Ruby Freeman testified in the January 6th Committee reported June 21, 2022 that she was moved by the FBI from her home January 5, 2021 for two months.
Ruby Freeman is a whistleblower whose voice was silenced in the rush to cover up the election fraud.
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