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Jim Collier's Ghost and Voter Fraud in South Florida

Wednesday, 08 November 2000 12:00 AM

Jim and his brother Kenneth wrote a wonderful book called "Votescam" detailing the rampant voting fraud that regularly took place in South Florida.

In 1998, Miami became the center of controversy when a state court removed the sitting mayor because of voter fraud.

But the Colliers were writing about the corrupt voting practices there a decade earlier.

Guess who voter fraud flourished under when the Colliers investigated this abuse?

Janet Reno, who, as the state attorney, served as Miami's chief law enforcement officer.

The Colliers revealed in their 1992 book how they uncovered preprinted voter ballots in a warehouse rented by a Miami political candidate.

Following the advice of their editor, they seized the evidence and took the illegal ballots to the State's Attorney, Janet Reno. Incredibly, Reno had the journalists arrested, rather than investigate how a candidate had preprinted ballots in his possession.

Such is the way political life in South Florida is conducted.

I have no hard evidence that voter fraud took place in South Florida, but there are some clues.

Key Democratic precincts held back turning in their final tallies until the bitter end.

The same thing happened in Mayor Daley's Chicago in 1960 when, in the wee hours, votes were manufactured.

Another bad sign are claims that some voting districts in South Florida had 90 percent turnout. Where do people vote in such numbers?

This suggests that people who didn't turn up to vote voted anyway, but they didn't know it. Get my drift?

One thing I know for sure is that the late Jim Collier is climbing on the rafters.

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