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bleever Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jan-28-07 06:54 PM
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Up-to-date compendium of TIA's work on 2004 election fraud.
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As fresh news continues to come out about the 2004 presidential election (most notably the felony convictions of two Ohio election officials for rigging the recount), people who have followed the statistical work of Truth Is All and the discussions that have followed may be interested in the current state of his work.

While it's a whole lot to read at one sitting, people interested in the debates about the statistical evidence that John Kerry actually received more votes (nationwide and in key states) will find detailed discussions about the various arguments on both sides. It was last updated January 28, 2007.

http://www.geocities.com/electionmodel/TruthIsAllFAQRes...

Anyone looking to rebut various arguments that there is not statistical evidence pointing to massive fraud will find plenty to read.

Agree with him or not, his work is exhaustive and has been very influential, and the value of understanding what really happens in our elections has never been higher.

:patriot:
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