Ohio Heroes on Path to Deposing Rove
Bob Fitrakis, Cliff Arnebeck, and other Ohioans on the King-Lincoln-Bronzeville Neighborhood Association v. Blackwell team of expert attorneys are out to depose Bush-Cheney kingpin of lethal corruption Karl Rove (currently a Fox News talkshower) and ultimately "to discover enough evidence to name him as the architect of the ongoing criminal conspiracy that election theft represents in Ohio and the nation," said Fitrakis last July.
Fitrakis is referring not only to the tsunami of corruption that illegally handed the Ohio presidential results to Baby Bush in 2004, thus putting him over the top with the Buckeye State's twenty electoral votes; the "Ohio hero" is also referring to an uncounted and uncountably staggering quantity of other such events across the nation in both Election 2004 and Election 2000 that outrageously put Bush into the oval office twice.
In the latter instance, in an eerily parallel event, Florida's twenty-seven electoral votes fell into Bush's column in 2000, winning him the election this time as a result of selection by SCOTUS, which took over the decision that legally belonged to the Florida Supreme Court, according to that state's constitution.
In both Ohio and Florida, the secretaries of state, Kenneth Blackwell and Katherine Harris, respectively, played dual roles as directors of elections and chairpersons of the Republican campaigns to (re-)elect Bush as president. Such patterns, at both the local and federal levels, pose severe threats to the survival of democracy, Fitrakis and his colleagues have warned many times.
"Bush's Brain," in addition to former vice president Dick Cheney, is Rove, according to Fitrakis & co. and many others horrified by the level of criminality that has so far gone unpunished, who are working at every level from grassroots to federal court to clean up our electoral system.
After cleaner elections, still rife with corruption at every level, in 2006 and 2008, [midterm] election 2010 was called by author and activist Mark Crispin Miller the most corrupt election in U.S. history.
Rove, who began as an intern with the Utah Republican Party in 1969 and worked his insidious way up to the post of Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff to Baby Bush, was forced to resign in mid-2007, along with Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez and others, in connection with the scandalous and illegal firing of nine U.S. prosecutors in 2006--2007. The grounds were trying to force the prosecutors to pin down cases of voter fraud that simply didn't exist.
Rove is unofficially known as the top of the heap of a network of corruption flouting the U.S. Constitution if not international law. Bush even praised him as "architect" of his presidential victory in his acceptance speech in November 2004.
Fitrakis, Arnebeck, and colleagues would promote him in this capacity to the national level, with apologies to Frank Lloyd Wright, I. M. Pei, and all of their peers and colleagues.
King-Lincoln-Bronzeville began at the state level in Ohio as a lawsuit aimed against SoS Blackwell and colleagues for massive levels of corruption [with Rove and Blackwell at the helm], as a result of tireless investigations (180 bullet points at the Ohio level alone), to publically inquire "whether the rights, privileges, and immunities guaranteed to Plaintiffs by the Civil Rights Act, and the First, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution have been violated by the past and ongoing conduct of Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell in connection with past elections in Ohio"; or, in more condensed form, "Improper Election Administration."
Sadly, the suit was initiated with the hope of sanitizing Election 2006; instead, it was protracted, seemingly ad infinitum. The election of Democrat Jennifer Brunner to the post of SoS left by Blackwell expedited this laborious process, addressing the problems created by the infinitely hackable election systems. She decertified all of them, but too late to undo the damage of the Ohio debacle, with their facile accessibility, via a "man-in-the-middle" process [a deliberate computer hacking setup] that sent votes down to a cave of iniquity in Chattanooga, Tennessee--a massive computer network, which laundered them and relayed them back to the office of the SoS, enough to hand Bush the victory electronically.
Bush ultimately won the Buckeye State, despite everything, by a slim margin of 123,000 votes. Kerry mysteriously conceded on October 5, prematurely in the opinion of many, with 250,000 votes still uncounted. To date, this hastiness has not been explained to the satisfaction of all of those who worked so hard for the Massachusetts senator.
On July 20, 2011, Fitrakis and his fellow prosecutors filed a new brief that decisively proves that the Ohio election was stolen. Included are a diagram of the election production system--the "man-in-the-middle" structure and the deposition of the late Michael Connell, the staunch Republican IT guru for the Bush family and Karl Rove since 2000 and creator of the system.