Monday, January 26, 2009 House asked to name special prosecutor in case of jailed Democratic donor
"Because the Department of Justice has apparently abdicated its responsibility to investigate whether Paul Minor was prosecuted out of political motivations," he added, "I respectfully suggest serious action needs to be taken to protect the rights of Mr. Minor who remains wrongfully incarcerated in a federal prison while his wife of forty years is dying of cancer."
Thursday, January 15, 2009(2 comments)
New information sheds more light on GOP IT guru's tragic death
New information surrounding the December plane crash which killed GOP internet consultant Michael Connell casts doubt on some of the rumors and speculation surrounding his death but doesn't close the books on the circumstances surrounding the Republican technology star's tragic end.
Friday, January 2, 2009(9 comments)
Connell declared emergency before fatal crash
The witness's statement: when the plane vanished from his sight,"I was certain it was going to crash and was actually waiting for the sound.However,once again there was a tremendous roar of the engine and I thought it was just the pilot doing a stunt over their house.It was almost instantly after I once again heard the engine that I heard the thud as it hit the ground. Approximately 1 second later,the sky became orange...
Sunday, December 21, 2008 Connell Round-Up...
Various articles that discuss Michael Connell and deal with his role in Ohio 2004, or don't, and what the slant of the coverage is.
Saturday, December 20, 2008(27 comments)
One of my sources died in a plane crash last night
Mike Connell, the IT consultant for many White House projects, was the person who took charge of the central computer as it counted votes in Ohio election night 2004. He was about to testify in a lawsuit on just this subject before he died suddenly when his private plane "ran out of gas". Ran out of gas and exploded mid-air in a ball of fire.
Saturday, October 4, 2008 Non-profit offers $100k reward for info tying Rove to election rigging
Attorney Cliff Arnebeck filed a motion in July to lift the stay on the 2004 Ohio election case in order to expedite investigations that could discover those responsible for the corruption and "protect the integrity of the 2008 election,"the Brad Blog reported."We anticipate Mr. Rove will be identified as having engaged in a corrupt, ongoing pattern of corrupt activities specifically affecting the situation here in Ohio."
Monday, September 29, 2008 Republican IT consultant subpoenaed in case alleging tampering with 2004 election
Arnebeck announced in July that he was filing to "lift the stay in the case [and] proceed with targeted discovery in order to help protect the integrity of the 2008 election."The new filing was inspired in part by the coming forward as a whistleblower of GOP IT security expert Stephen Spoonamore, who said he was prepared to testify to the plausibility of electronic vote-rigging having been carried out in 2004.
Saturday, September 20, 2008(22 comments)
Welcome to the final stages of the coup...
If you do not yet understand that the Wall Street crisis is a man-made disaster done through intentional deregulation & corruption, I have a bridge in Alaska to sell to you. This manufactured crisis is now to be remedied, if the fiscal fascists get their way, with the total transfer of Congressional powers (the few that still remain) to the Executive Branch and the total transfer of public funds into corporate (via gov) hands
Wednesday, July 30, 2008 Documents show Georgia's Secretary of State knew of Diebold patch
"People working for Diebold were told to keep this quiet so[SoS]Cox would not find out.They knew she was in over her head & had come to completely rely on Diebold.They controlled the warehouse,the machines,& the certification.There were no state employees."What initially raised questions was the behavior of Diebold CEO,Bob Urosevich,who flew in from TX & applied the patch in just two counties,both Democratic strongholds.
Tuesday, July 29, 2008(2 comments)
Government opposes appeal by imprisoned attorney to visit dying wife
"Government prosecutors have chosen to continue the political prosecution of Paul Minor," Justice Diaz wrote RAW STORY by email Tuesday. "In a case where even the [Justice Department] has raised the question of improprieties, these prosecutors have refused to show compassion for a man whose wife is dying with cancer Instead, the politicization of the criminal justice system is continued by these protégée of Monica Goodling."
Friday, July 18, 2008(2 comments)
GOP cyber-security expert suggests Diebold tampered with 2002 election
Steven Spoonamore is the founder and until recently the CEO of Cybrinth LLC, an information technology policy and security firm that serves Fortune 100 companies. At a little noticed press conference in Columbus, Ohio Thursday, he discussed his investigation of a computer patch that was applied to Diebold Election Systems voting machines in Georgia right before that state's November 2002 election.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008(1 comments)
Justice for Sale: How Big Tobacco and the GOP teamed up to crush Democrats in the South
The second aspect of the strategy is the politicization of US law enforcement by the Bush administration,specifically the DoJ.The US Attorney scandal is less about the US Attorneys who were fired than about those who remained and are alleged to have used federal law enforcement resources to intimidate Democratic campaign donors.
Friday, May 16, 2008(10 comments)
All the President's Nazis (Real and Imagined): An Open Letter to Bush
Your speech on the Knesset floor today was not only a disgrace; it was nothing short of treachery. Worse still, your exploitation of the Holocaust in a country carved out of the wounds of that very crime, in order to strike a low blow at American citizens whose politics differs from your own is unforgivable and unpardonable.You are,sir,the most abhorrent human being of my lifetime. I dare say,in the lifetime of this nation.
Thursday, May 1, 2008 Break-ins plague targets of US Attorneys
In two states where US attorneys are already under fire for serious allegations of political prosecutions, seven people associated with three federal cases have experienced 10 suspicious incidents including break-ins and arson.These crimes raise serious questions about possible use of deliberate intimidation tactics not only because of who the victims are & already wide criticism of the prosecutions to begin with,but also...