Monday, March 19, 2007

HOW THE GOP STOLE AMERICA'S 2004 ELECTION & IS RIGGING 2008

After Ohio's recount rigging convictions in Cuyahoga, is Coshocton County next?
by Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman
March 6, 2007
After the recent convictions of two Cuyahoga County Board of Election workers for felony recount tampering, Republican County Prosecutor Robert Batchelor is stonewalling efforts to investigate similar well-documented charges in Coshocton County, Ohio. The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections (BOE) third-ranking employee and an assistant manager were each convicted of a felony count of negligent misconduct and a misdemeanor count of failing to perform their duties during the 2004 recount. The convictions stemmed from the secret pre-counting of precincts prior to the lawfully required open recount. The convicted election workers only allowed the pre-counted precincts that matched the official results to be used in the recount. This caused the special prosecutor to tell the jury that the election recount was "rigged" in Cuyahoga.
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