Cyber Ninjas, the company that led a partisan review of 2020 ballots in Arizona, is closing down following a scathing report by election officials and the threat of $50,000 a day in fines. "Cyber Ninjas is shutting down. All employees have been let go," Rod Thomson, the company's representative, said in a text message Thursday evening. The Florida-based company, founded in 2013, has less than a dozen employees, according to its LinkedIn page. A reporter for The Guardian earlier Thursday reported Cyber Ninjas' plans to shut down. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge John Hannah said he would impose a $50,000 fine against Cyber Ninjas every day until it hands over documents related to the so-called audit after the Arizona Republic newspaper filed a public records request, The Associated Press reported Thursday. Jack Wilenchik, a lawyer for Cyber Ninjas, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. County election officials released a report Wednesday rebutting almost every claim in the ballot review. It concluded that ne . . . read the full article here.