Allen Raymond waived indictment and pleaded guilty to jamming Democratic telephone lines in several New Hampshire cities during the 2002 general
election. The justice department vowed to continue its investigation "until every single person who had knowledge of this and paid for this is
The former head a Republican consulting group pleaded guilty to jamming Democratic telephone lines in several New Hampshire cities during the
2002 general election.
Allen Raymond, former president of GOP Marketplace LLC of Alexandria, Va., waived indictment and pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on Wednesday.
Judge Joseph A. DiClerico Jr. released Raymond on his own recognizance pending sentencing in November.
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My God, that's horrible. I just read the article. The effort to jam listed democrats phone lines to keep them from getting reminder phone calls about
voting and calling for rides to precincts ended up blocking firefighters lines! I mean, assuming circumventing an election wasn't bad enough.
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