Prosecution Update Five Four Okay…maybe three FLANC voters moving closer to prosecution

We’ve all heard the PEW Research Center’s cliche that likens vote fraud to getting struck by lightning, but now we understand how they get away with that nonsense: the key is prosecutions…and those things are hard to get!

There might be something wrong when a voter wears two "I Voted" stickers.

For example, the first five of our Florida and NC (FLANC) double voters have finally reached a level of development that we are even able to have an adult conversation with the Districts Attorney in five counties about those referrals. How we got to this stage even required lawyers to help us squeeze information out of the government. In other words, the presumption of innocence is no friend for prosecutors. TV shows like Law & Order depict how that process works and it all applies in the area of election fraud too.

So here is a run down on our work so far:

Perp One is a 91-year-old man who appears to have voted in both Florida and NC in 2004, 2008 and 2012. To us, this shows intent; but his family convinced the DA that the guy is senile and doesn’t know what he’s doing. If you can imagine how ugly the DA would look when dragging that seasoned citizen in front of a jury for prosecution, then you can imagine why this fraud will never be prosecuted. His family did assure us that they will keep an eye on “Pops” to make sure he doesn’t do it again. He is a Republican.

Perp Two is yet to be investigated. Continue reading…

Trial opening day

Intel Report 7/7/2014

(Winston Salem, NC) North Carolina’s trial of the century began today, in a courtroom that seats 100 spectators; so Pat Klienmeier (Forsyth County VIP Leader) and I braved the heat in a futile effort to get in on the opening day. The problem was the lovely air conditioned bus that offloaded 50-60 rent-a-mob activists just …

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Pigs fighting

Intel Report (6/19/2014)

Raleigh, NC—June 19—The appeasement cycle to erode open and honest elections gained momentum this week in North Carolina. While wandering the halls, begging Senators to kill the Everette Harris Act (a feel-good bill that would have allowed Everette Harris’ vote to count), a highly placed elected official confirmed that a key Senator “had killed” the three election …

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Media and Mental Illness: CNN’s Coverage of VIP

(Raleigh, NC)–June 14, 2014–CNN took their first-ever shot at the Voter Integrity Project about a week ago in an article (linked below) called, “Vigilante or vindicator?” I gave the interview in early May at the advice of a trusted intermediary who later told me she felt betrayed by the reporter’s handling of VIP. While the story …

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Bomb Threat

Countdown to Evidence Destruction

Raleigh, NC–May 29–While we’re ecstatic  with NC SBoE Director Kim Strach’s decision to hire Chuck Stuber, a real criminal fraud investigator with some serious chops, we worry about his shoes. He needs to move fast! Forget Nike, this guy will need a something like a Nimbus 2000 to investigate all of the multi-state double voters before the evidence is destroyed. This all …

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zoombie suppression

Return of the Zombie Voters

(Raleigh, NC)–MAY 26, 2014–We didn’t quite run into zombies with “I Voted” stickers in the hallway last week at the Legislature, but we were stunned to learn there is movement afoot to change the law regarding dead voters: If passed, the measure will legalize counting the votes of people who die before Election Day, which …

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Dual Voting - FLaNCin' Florida and North Carolina!

Election Integrity Movement Marches On

  – by Denise Stetter While there are many forms of vote fraud, the one most talked about is Double or “Dual Voting”; when someone votes more than once in the same election, whether across state lines, within a state, or even within the same precinct! Last month, North Carolina State Board of Elections Director …

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