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originally posted by: RadioRobert
If you were in charge in Broward, why would you refuse to allow inspection according to the law? If a judge sent an order personally naming you, "Mr./Ms X, you are in violation of the law. Youu must obey this law and allow inspection and provide total numbers", what would make you ignore it? Under what circumstances would you personally say, "# the law and that judge, I'm not allowing observers or inspection. I'd rather be held in contempt and break the law" ?
What direction does this point if not voter fraud?
You don't think this is evidence of voter fraud, but can find no alternative explanation for it.
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: RadioRobert
That depends. I think in this case it would be considered civil contempt.
Contempt itself is a crime.
But I'm not an attorney.