Monday, November 10, 2008

Fraud


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Vote Fraud:

Glenrothes in Scotland: "Up until the opening of the ballot boxes, the (Scottish National) party's number crunchers, Mark Shaw and chief executive Peter Murrell, had been confident of a win by around 1000 votes, because that was what their initial survey told them.

"Doorstep canvassing suggested little had changed through the course of the campaign." - Sunday Herald 10 November 2008.

So, how did Gordon Brown's Labour Party win in Glenrothes?

Banana Republic?

In 2004, a UK high court judge ruled that there was "widespread fraud" in elections in Birmingham in the UK.

The judge said: "The system is wide open to fraud and any would-be political fraudster knows that it's wide open to fraud...

"Anybody who has sat through the case I have just tried and listened to evidence of electoral fraud that would disgrace a banana republic would find this statement surprising."

The court heard evidence of wholesale theft of votes in Birmingham.

A spokesperson for the Electoral Reform Society said: "We do not believe that electoral fraud is confined to Birmingham, to the Labour party or, most importantly, to particular communities. This is a problem that we believe may be widespread in this country." (Judge attacks voting system in 'banana republic'.)

GLENROTHES like 2004 ELECTION in the USA

Scotland: VOTE FRAUD IN GLENROTHES? WAS THE ELECTION RIGGED?

Do elections get rigged?

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