Destruction of Evidence:
Ohio’s 2004 Ballots
Saturday, 20 October 2007, 12:24 pm
Opinion: Michael Collins
Destruction of Evidence: Ohio’s 2004 Ballots
Letter from an Ohio Board of Elections (Holmes County) on missing 2004 ballots.
Letters from the Edge – Part 1
Scoop Independent News
Overall this blatant destruction of evidence only reinforces the widespread belief that the 2004 election was stolen.
Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman, Free Press August 2, 2007
The 2004 presidential election was mired in controversy all over the country. Candidate Kerry?s legion of volunteer lawyers was ready to fight anticipated election fraud. Serious challenges were defused when Kerry conceded the election in the early morning of November 3, 2004. Failing to recognize that candidates cannot concede the votes of citizens, the news media and political parties called it a night.
Ohio was ground zero for charges of election fraud. These are ably detailed in several articles and won?t be repeated here. One post election event is worth mentioning. The March 13, 2007 Toledo Blade ran this headline at the end of a major trial in Cleveland: