Totally really. The subpoena resistant and. agreement you reference is for the routers and computer logs.
This is not the material needed to further advance the truth about the address changes. These materials were already in possession of Cyber Ninja. They have the voter roles and ballot envelope images.
Some of the actions I suggested don’t even use protected material and can be pushed with public information.
Here is the crux of the matter. The professional forensic auditors ran the list of 2020 voters though a commercial database that attempts to know the address of everybody. There were 23,344 unmatched addresses. They broke down the result into 3 groups based on where the commercial database says they live. (In count, in state, out of state). That’s it.
With 23,344 votes seemingly in play, some people conclude that the election results are in doubt. BUT it is unlikely that 23,344 votes are in play Because there are several perfectly reasonable and expected circumstances for these differing addresses. Illegal voting is one possibility, but only out of many.
So now we have a period where some in the partially informed public are amplifying this number before waiting patiently for the truth… for the facts about how many of the 23,344 ballots are truly cases of illegal voting.
The audit could have whittle that number down in advance by performing additional checks on the registrations.