One of the attorneys in charge of Georgia’s election fraud complaints, Lin Wood, posted a series of messages on his Twitter account Tuesday, Nov. 24 with a subpoena suing Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. The subpoena calls for surveillance tapes, information, and documents to inspect the State Farm Arena’s facilities. The controversial arena is the focus of election fraud.

Wood, in his Twitter posting, included two images of a subpoena for Atlanta Hawks Vice President Scott Wilkinson and Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger, who is listed as the defendant.

In a first message he writes ironically, “Would someone ask my never-to-be friend Brad Raffensperger @GaSecofState if he has seen this tape of election fraud at State Farm Arena in Fulton Co., GA. Several people have seen it. Many more will see it soon. Video camera eye does not lie. How do you spell Election Fraud?”

And in a second message he wrote, “In time, people are going to prison in Georgia,” and warned, ”Every lie will be revealed.”

Wood continues to be optimistic that he has enough evidence to prove in court that a major act of corruption and election fraud occurred in the famous Atlanta Hawks’ stadium, the Farm Arena, and holds both the governor and the secretary of state of Georgia accountable.

On election night, President Trump had almost 40,000 votes over his Democratic rival Joe Biden in the state of Georgia. As reported in a timely manner by The Gateway Pundit, mysteriously in Fulton County, authorities announced that they would stop the vote count until the next day due to a burst water pipe at the State Farm Arena.

The burst pipe was discovered around 6 a.m., and the vote count began at 11 a.m. “Nearly 40,000 absentee ballots will not be counted for the state of Georgia until at least Wednesday after a water main break,” Fulton County officials said.

When various residents and election officials tried to get information about the alleged burst pipe, they got no official response. The most that a Georgia resident attorney, Paul J. Dzikowski, got was a couple of text messages.

The lawsuit filed in Georgia by Wood includes a detailed affidavit from a witness who said he witnessed Venezuelan officials working with the election software company Smartmatic to rig elections in that country. In addition, the testimony said that Dominion Voting Systems uses software that incorporates much of the Smartmatic system, The BL reported.

As recently reported, Wood’s lawsuit also involves Raffensperger.

The leader of President Trump’s legal team, Rudy Giuliani, opposed the vote recount in Georgia. He warned that it doesn’t make much sense considering that the workers in charge weren’t analyzing the ballots in the right way.

“Whatever the recount is in Georgia today [Thursday, November 19], it’s totally ridiculous. They are counting the same fraudulent ballots again,” said Giuliani, hours before Raffensperger announced the result of the recount, which, predictably, showed Biden outnumbering Trump by 12,000 votes. They will now be doing a third recount.