Decide for yourself what to make of this video of New Hampshire officials refusing to secure ballots in the ballot vault -- a deviation from their normal procedure. This video reveals the fraudulent "seals" that peel off and reaffix like high-priced Post-It notes.
While Sec. State Bill Gardner may win the prize for the most circuitous and nonresponsive answers, New Hampshire ballot guy David Scanlan will win the award for belligerence, as you'll see in upcoming videos from Black Box Voting.
THE NEW HAMPSHIRE CHAIN OF CUSTODY SHAM
The YouTube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKQEQ7qHvgM
The voice questioning Secretary of State Bill Gardner over the decision not to use the vault is mine. The voice telling him he did not answer the question is Sally Castleman of Election Defense Alliance.
Susan Pynchon (Florida Fair Elections Coalition) and I chased the ballot van on Jan. 17; on Jan. 22, Vickie Karp (Vote Rescue) and I chased the van, and on Jan. 23, due to speeding and evasive maneuvers by the ballot van, two teams followed the van with video cameras: Team one, Vickie Karp and Jeannie Dean (Sarasota, Florida); Team Two, me and Kathy Greenwell (Bullitt County, Kentucky.)
HOW WE CAME TO FIND BALLOT BOXES AND A SUPPLY BOX"
We returned to the archive building to wait for the two men who pick up and deliver all New Hampshire ballots, "Butch" and "Hoppy", to return the ballots they'd picked up. We were shocked to see that the building appeared to be deserted, but was unlocked, and the counting room was unlocked, and contained empty ballot boxes and a supply box with seals, tape etc.
When we left, a small car literally ran us out of the parking lot all the way to the road. It was not a security professional, but one of the workers in the archive building. About 15 minutes after we left, "Butch and Hoppy" arrived to deliver the ballots. No citizen witnesses were present, nor was the candidate notified so he could have his own witnesses.
In order to determine whether there were ballots in the boxes or not, I gently nudged the boxes with my shoe. The light weight indicated the ballot boxes were empty. At least one ballot box, for the town of Plaistow, contained the original sham seal signed by the moderator and selectmen. It was empty.
It was my decision to demonstrate the sham seals on videotape. I will be happy to reimburse the state of New Hampshire for the $1 or so cost for the sham "seal", since I used a blank seal on an empty box. Of course, as you will see in the video above, these seals are reusable, worthless, and fraudulent.