Lin Wood Drops Defamation Claims Amid Harassment Of Officials

( Controversial attorney Lin Wood, who alleges that the 2020 presidential election was stolen with the help of Dominion Voting Systems machines, has reportedly dropped counterclaims against his former colleagues in exchange for an agreement not to pursue aggressive anti-SLAPP litigation and more.

It comes after Wood was sued by his three former law partners for “breach of contract,” as well as fraud and a series of other matters.

Back in September, it was revealed how Wood’s former partners at L. Lin Wood Jr. were pursuing legal action against Wood over claims he breached a contract. Wood responded with a series of emails telling his partners, “you all better get on your knees and pray to Almighty God that He now asks me to show you mercy.”

“Who the f*ck did you think you were dealing with? You were screwing around me with [sic], but I was someone else in disguise,” he added. “You in fact have been screwing around with God almighty.”


Filings from Fulton County Superior court reveal a settlement reached earlier in 2020 after his partners tried to leave the firm.

Wood dropping threats to countersue his former partners ends a contentious legal battle at a time when he is still all over the news for his extreme claims about the 2020 presidential election.

While evidence of illegal voting and misconduct has been shown at evidentiary hearings in the weeks following the November presidential election, Wood’s claims about the election are largely unfounded. His claims became increasingly extreme over a period of months, leading Wood to submit an affidavit in the United States District Court in Brooklyn, New York on Tuesday claiming that he has evidence that former Bice President Mike Pence is a “traitor.”

“I have credible evidence to support the truth of my description of Former Vice-President Pence as a traitor,” he said.

It was also revealed recently how Georgia’s Secretary of State is investigating whether Wood voted illegally in the last election, after Wood suggested to a reporter that he was residing out of the state for several months.

The Lin Wood story gets crazier…