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Vote Fraud in Miami-Dade – Count On It!

Tuesday, 21 November 2000 12:00 AM

The authors took the ballots and video to then State Attorney Janet Reno to give her evidence with which to prosecute these crooks. Instead, she prosecuted them for "stealing" government property! On the day of their trial for "theft," Reno dropped the charges because she knew the trial would blow the lid off the practice in Miami-Dade of stuffing the ballot box with fraudulent computer cards.

She subsequently consistently used her office to protect vote fraud rather than prosecute it.

However, in the wake of "Votescam's" revelations, the governor of Florida appointed well-known Miami attorney Ellis Rubin as an ombudsman to investigate the vote fraud. Rubin's report concluded that massive vote fraud had occurred. The fraud was so bad, said Rubin, that it "shocked and sickened" him.

When I ran against Reno in 1988, I called on her to join me in my campaign pledge to get rid of these computer punch card ballots, hanging chad and all. She refused. She knew something.

Today, amidst Republican charges that ‘funny things' are going on with the computer cards during the crucial hand recount in Miami-Dade, the Republicans need to know something immediately. I was dismayed to find how far behind the fraud curve Bush's Florida team has been ever since I uttered, 12 days ago, to Bush's Florida general counsel a phrase he had never heard before – "hanging chad."

Dade's supervisor of elections when the above-related pre-punching ballots was going on, who participated in Reno's prosecution of the whistleblowers rather than the criminals, was a man by the name of David Leahy. Guess who is presently the supervisor of elections overseeing the hand recount right now? Right. David Leahy.

You can bet that a man who did nothing to stop pre-election punching of ballots is going to do nothing to stop post-election punching of ballots.

Reno's non-prosecutors are still in place here to protect the scam. Before Reno went off to Washington to serve as Clinton-Gore's firewall at Justice, she handpicked her first lieutenant, Katherine Fernandez Rundle, to replace her. State Attorney Rundle will not prosecute vote fraud, because her mentor Reno will not countenance her doing so.

It is time for Gov. Bush to say something about what is going on in Miami-Dade County.

I stated on national TV, in a debate between Alan Dershowitz and me on CNN 10 days ago, that I and others could prove vote fraud in Miami-Dade right now. CNN found the charge so scintillating that I have received reports from overseas that CNN ran my charge repeatedly on their overseas broadcasts.

It is now time for Bush himself to step up to a microphone and aver that there is a history of vote fraud in Miami-Dade – and this time it may steal the election. I and others can make the charge stick. If he doesn’t, it may cost him the presidency.

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The authors took the ballots and video to then State Attorney Janet Reno to give her evidence with which to prosecute these crooks.Instead, she prosecuted them for stealing government property!On the day of their trial for theft, Reno dropped the charges because she...
Tuesday, 21 November 2000 12:00 AM
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