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We The People… still wait for Ohio Election Justice for 2004… and there is none in sight. Cuyahoga trial continued November 5, 2007

Cleveland Judge’s new ruling for Cuyahoga BOE 2004 Recount Rigging Trial for Maiden and Dreamer. What about Michael Vu, Gwen Dillingham, and Bob Bennett?

By Paddy Shaffer

November 7, 2007

Who are these people that decide what justice is for the American citizens whose votes are stolen, intentionally. The Judge in the Cuyahoga case is now part of the wacky cast of characters that have been paraded in the very bad theater of Ohio Elections. Common Pleas Judge Shirley Saffold might be on the scale of an award winning character… for what another citizen investigation shows. And she is the Judge that on Monday, November 5, 2007 was entrusted to make a decision for which our Democracy, and the issue of accountability for Ohio election crimes was riding on. The fate of Maiden and Dreamer, two former employees of the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections who were convicted of rigging the 2004 recount and each sentenced to 18 months in prison.

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Had they served that time, we would have had one example of accountability for election crimes in Ohio. We would have had one story of investigation and prosecution that might have made those who have also committed election crimes in Ohio, who still are running elections in Ohio… think twice about doing anything rotten or criminal in 2008.

The word from staff members of the Ohio Attorney General’s office during The Ohio Election Justice Campaign Memorial Anniversary of the 2004 election funeral procession was that something had been done about election crime. Cuyahoga County was their example. Now what?

Were the two women, Maiden and Dreamer, the real guilty parties, or did the blame go higher up the ladder to those who at the time of the recount ran the Cuyahoga Board of Elections (BOE). Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner helped to clean out that BOE early in 2007. Vu, Dillingham, and Bennett are no longer there. Michael Vu is now the number two guy running elections in San Diego. There has been no accountability for those at the top, would further investigation reveal anything more? Will election crimes now spread to the west coast? Is this all an internal terrorist attack, as Americans destroy America? Or treason?

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All the people wanted is what they paid for… while we pay election officials to run out elections, please just count our votes correctly the first time. Then when we are forced by necessity to raise additional money from citizen to recount what should have been accurately counted the first time… just count the damn ballots, don’t cheat, and give us the actual results. It doesn’t seem so hard.

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Paddy Shaffer, Founder and Director of the Ohio Election Justice Campaign, is also an artist and art teacher. Paddy has been working with many other brave citizens to actively seek to put the evidence of fraud for the theft of the 2004 United States (more...)

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