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Archive for the Month of April, 2005.
Viewing Voting Integrity NEWS articles 1 through 6 of 6.
- Officially, President Bush won Novemberís election by 2.5%, yet exit polls showed Kerry winning by 3%. According to a report to be released today by a group of university statisticians, the odds of a discrepancy this large between the national exit poll and election results happening by accident are close to 1 in a million.
- The case of the mysterious suicide of Raymond Lemme of the Florida Inspector General's office was reopened by Valdosta, Georgia police. Last December computer programmer Clint Curtis made a a sworn affidavit charging that he had built a "vote-rigging software prototype" at the request of Rep. Tom Feeney (R-FL)! Lemme was the first official from the FL Inspector General's office to investigate the charges originally made by Curtis.
- This story has a link to the video of Clint Curtis's statements about how he created a rigged voting machine prototype. These allegations were being investigated by Mr. Lemme when he was found "suicided" (a previous story listed here). You can watch the video.
- A gang of dark, ravenously greedy, willfully primitive souls have seized control of the U.S. government by illicit means in 2000 and maintained that control through rampant electoral corruption in 2004. The re-election of President Bush last November was a deliberately shambolic process that saw massive lockouts of opposition voters; unverifiable returns compiled by easily hackable machines operated by avowed corporate partisans of the ruling party; and vast discrepancies between exit polls and final results
- America has a broken electoral system but the mainstream press says "Get over it".
- Few Americans know about the historic event that happened on January 6, 2005, the official date for counting electoral votes. For the first time since 1877, congress members challenged the electoral count. Massive fraud was reported around the country.
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