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Reply #15: My bad and apologies to Bev: she is not the source for the 6,802 "phantom votes" number [View All]

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Fly by night Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-18-10 07:38 AM
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15. My bad and apologies to Bev: she is not the source for the 6,802 "phantom votes" number
Edited on Sat Sep-18-10 07:45 AM by Fly by night
Bev emailed me to say she was not the source for the earlier number. I checked and found the source was an August 25 press release related to two lawsuits filed in Shelby County over the recent August 5 election theft. Here's a segment of the press release.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 25, 2010

A PRESS CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25TH, AT 11:00 AM ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE COURTHOUSE AT 140 ADAMS AVENUE.

AUGUST CANDIDATES FORMALLY SUE DUE TO IMPROPRIETIES IN ELECTION

Ten countywide candidates in the August 5th election have formally filed an election contest in Shelby County Chancery Court requesting injunctive relief. The ten plaintiffs in the suit include certain non-partisan judicial candidates as well as certain Democratic nominees, all of whom competed in the County General Election earlier this month. Based on an inspection and investigation of the Shelby County Election Commission (SCEC) and of August 5th election records, the suit claims that the election process was incurably flawed to the extent that the citizens of Shelby County were denied a free and equal election as required by Article I of the Tennessee Constitution.

The suit alleges widespread irregularities, improprieties, discrepancies and voting problems so significant as to have affected the outcome of the August election and to have caused the election results to be incurably uncertain. Already known is the massive error already acknowledged by the SCEC and described by the SCEC itself as unacceptable where invalid and inaccurate voter eligibility records were provided to polls on Election Day potentially affecting 5,400 voters and turning away thousands.

This lawsuit is intended to assure that the OTHER substantial and appalling improprieties which occurred in the August election are brought to light, investigated and resolved for all citizens and for every future election. The handling and mishandling of the August election by the SCEC is an embarrassment to our county and a violation of every principle on which our country was founded. Regardless of race, party or gender, every citizen is entitled to better and is entitled to an unimpeded and transparent voting process. Our upcoming November election, including the vote on consolidation of Memphis and Shelby County, is important to many, and we intend to do everything in our power, with the approval of the courts, to assure that every citizens vote counts. None of us should tolerate incompetence or impropriety.

Examples of problems from the suit:

1. Votes Without Voters: According to SCEC records, the Participating Voters List for the August election includes 176,119 voters. Without explanation, the Certified Statement of Votes Cast shows 182,921 votes as being cast in the August 2010 election. Thus, according to SCECs own records, 6,802 more votes were cast than individuals who participated in the August 2010 election.
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Here's a link to the entire story. It is amazing what we already know about the Shelby county election theft. One wonders just how much we'll see in the next few weeks.

http://blogs.tennessean.com/politics/2010/democratic-ca... /


The good news about all this is that this larger number was data provided directly by the Shelby County Election Commission that reflected the entire election and not just the election day votes cast at the polls (which was the focus of Bev's report.) Thus, the great news is that both Bev's announced number and this larger number may be correct, with Bev's number being a subset of the larger figure.

It's clear that these numbers support allegations that a multi-faceted election fraud was committed at all levels of the recent Shelby county election and affected not only the fraudulent counts of votes cast on August 5 but also the early voting and absentee voter numbers. This mounting evidence of felonious election fraud demands that any and all questions about the recent election be answered without further delay AND that any and all data, hardware, software and related materials relevant to a forensic investigation of this election be surrendered immediately.

Anything less is more evidence of the crime and adds other felony charges against these corrupt country-club cracker perps ... in the birthplace of the blues.
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