Same Geo-Tracking Company Behind 2020 Ballot Harvesting Investigation Is Helping Florida Woman Find Her Husband's Killer


Jared Bridegan, 33, was ambushed driving home with toddler in his SUV in February. He stopped his car when he came across a tire in the road and was shot to death as his baby sat in the back seat.

The family is still searching for evidence to bring Jared’s killers to justice. And now they have help from prominent Geo-tracking investigators.

FOX News reported:

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A devastated widow is begging for the public’s help after her young Microsoft executive husband was gunned down in front of their 2-year-old daughter in an upscale suburb of north Florida.

“It was pure cowardice and evil,” said Kirsten Bridegan, 30, whose husband, Jared Bridegan, 33, was ambushed in his car Feb. 16, as their daughter, Bexley, watched from her car seat. “To have that done where he didn’t even have a chance to fight back, and it was done in front of his daughter. I would ask anyone who knows anything to come forward.”

The Murder

The father of four has 9-year-old twins from a prior marriage. He had just dropped the older children off at his ex-wife’s home in Jacksonville Beach a little after 7:30 p.m.

He and Bexley were in the family’s black Volkswagen Atlas driving south to their home in St. Augustine when they encountered a tire in the middle of the one-way road, according to Kirsten and police.

He stepped out of his vehicle and was shot, Sgt. Tonya Tator of the Jacksonville Beach Police Department told Fox News Digital. Authorities are investigating whether the tire was placed on the road to lure Jared from his car.

“Jacksonville Beach is a safe community and a murder of this nature is highly unusual,” Tator said of the neighborhood near the Atlantic Ocean and 15 minutes from the famed golf courses of TPC Sawgrass, which is home to the PGA Tour.

This morning The Gateway Pundit spoke with Gregg Phillips, who along with Catherine Engelbrecht from True the Vote, were able to use Geo-tracking technology to identify thousands of ballot traffickers in the 2020 presidential election.

Greg told The Gateway Pundit that his organization is working with Florida officials using his Geo-tracking technology to find the killer of Jared Bidegan. Gregg also told us they are making progress. That is all we are allowed to publish at this time.

Greg and Catherine discovered hundreds of operatives in Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia and Texas, who made numerous deliveries to ballot drop boxes in their cities. This ballot harvesting is against the law. Greg and Catherine believe conservatively 7% of the ballots in several decisive battleground states were trafficked votes. They are currently working with law enforcement in several jurisdictions in identifying these individuals and the organizations working with them.

The movie 2000 Mules describes their work on ballot trafficking.

The movie 2000 Mules will be released to the public in early May.

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