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Sunday, 20 May 2012


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Chris Beckham

John, I think that's the big question ... was the election won by legal means? We'll see what kind of evidence comes out at trial(s) but are insinuating that being in possession of absentee ballots an "innovative strategy"? The law is the law no matter what color the citizen is. I've heard lots of talk about GBI agents asking lots of questions with guns strapped to their hips. Lots of GBI agents wear guns, no sin in that. If they were intimidating, I have no idea. The trial will, or should, be about the evidence ... did the defendents illegally use absentee ballots to stuff the ballot box? All of this other discussion seems like a smokescreen.

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"I have no idea," says "Chris Beckham". Where is this trial? It's been more than a year. And where are the indictments and arrests for the irregularities by the other parties? Yes, using enough absentee ballots to win an election is an innovative strategy. And it seems winning was their real crime. They, unlike their whispering nameless critics, use their real names.
"We will sell to no man, we will not deny or defer to any man either justice or right." --Magna Carta, 1215

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