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originally posted by: Vasa Croe
Guess who the judge that dismissed the case, Judge Edmund A. Sargus, was appointed by.
originally posted by: MotherMayEye
a reply to: Vasa Croe
Ah….THERE’S more to go with your comment. Hold on to your hat!
Note the Magistrate Judge that referred the case to Judge Edmund A. Sargus?
Magistrate Judge Terence P. Kemp:
A look at his bio shows that he is a partner at Baker & Hostetler:
NOW…look at the attorney for the Defendant in this case, attorney Michael Farrell:
HE IS A PARTNER AT BAKER AND HOSTETLER, TOO:
That is an incredible conflict of interest, and Magistrate Judge Terence P. Kemp, had NO BUSINESS referring this case to any judge.
F*cked up, eh? What a mess.
ETA: See my follow up on magistrate judge referrals below.
In 2004, when Edison Research initially got exit poll data that said that Kerry was winning and Bush was losing at 9pm on election night and that the reverse was true shortly after midnight, Edison Research made a choice to “adjust” the raw data after that time so that it would match the electronic voting machine totals. Edison Research definitely wanted to keep being hired by the Media Consortium which proposes to tell viewers the true election results but which also chooses to trust electronic voting machine data. That was the last time that the American public has been able to see raw exit poll data.
Unfortunately this year, substantial exit poll differences have been noted in the US primary. In this year’s primary, the Red Shift appears to have become the “Clinton Shift”.
Arnebeck was the lead attorney, with Fitrakis as his co-counsel in the King Lincoln Bronzeville v. Blackwell case, which exposed electronic vote rigging in Ohio’s 2004 presidential race. During the lawsuit, a very revealing deposition of Michael Connell, head IT guru for the Bush family and Karl Rove, provided insight into how the election fraud conspiracy operated.
Connell served as the IT guru for the Bush family and Karl Rove. Connell ran the private IT firm GovTech that created the controversial system that transferred Ohio’s vote count late on election night 2004 to a partisan Republican server site in Chattanooga, Tennessee owned by SmarTech. That is when the vote shift happened, not predicted by the exit polls, that led to Bush’s unexpected victory. Connell died a month and a half after giving this deposition in a suspicious small plane crash.
This is the type of critical thinking I love from our ATS members!
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
a reply to: chiefsmom
Oh, I don't doubt that the possibility of this being just a random street crime is pretty low but it is not nil. The death really could be nothing more than random violence with a host of other factors complicating matters.
I am just thinking that if it were truly random, the family would not have a spokesperson who's primary job is handling crises for democrats on a national stage and the former interim head of the DNC wouldn't be as involved in the matter as she is.
SST, the company behind the gunshot-detecting ShotSpotter technology, expects to raise $26.6 million in its upcoming initial public offering — half of which would be used to pay off debt.
The company publicly set targets for its stock price and fundraising totals in an amended filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on May 19. The filing sets the expected price at $10-$12 per share and specifies that SST would be offering 2.8 million shares.
SST has already raised more than $67 million in venture funding.
That is untrue. There is a second conspiracy theory floating around out there that doesn't claim Rich as a source of the leak--quite the opposite--and people that are familiar with the sources will know what I'm talking about. But I'm not here to give conspiracy theorists a podium. Geogene (talk) 05:51, 20 May 2017 (UTC)