Why the Republicans backed off last night – Ohio Judge derails 2008 election fraud

By | November 7, 2008

Why the Republicans backed off last night - Ohio Judge derails 2008 election fraud

Now you have some background… flash forward to 2008.

A funny thing happened on the way to a McCain “victory” in Ohio and other states. Karl Rove’s computer guru got hauled into court the day before election day and was ordered to testify about what he did during the 2004 vote count in Ohio.

The Republican IT guru, recently described as a “high tech Forrest Gump” for his proclivity to be “at the scene” of so many troubling elections since 2000, and even at the heart of the “lost” White House email scandal, has been ordered by a federal judge to appear for an under-oath deposition next Monday in Ohio.

The BRAD BLOG has learned that Mike Connell, the Republican IT guru whose company, GovTech Solutions, created Ohio’s 2004 election results computer network appeared in federal court today, as compelled, and has been ordered to appear for his deposition on Monday, November 3, just 24 hours before Election Day 2008. … Connell’s testimony may well lead to the subpoenaing and under-oath questioning of Karl Rove, who, they say, would be unable to use Executive Privilege as an excuse to avoid such a subpoena in a civil RICO case…

As reported by The BRAD BLOG last Summer, plaintiff’s lead attorney in the case, Clifford A. Arnebeck, had sent an email to Attorney General Michael Mukasey on July 24, 2008, stating in part:

“We have been confidentially informed by a source we believe to be credible that Karl Rove has threatened Michael Connell, a principal witness we have identified in our King Lincoln case in federal court in Columbus, Ohio, that if he does not agree to ‘take the fall’ for election fraud in Ohio, his wife Heather will be prosecuted for supposed lobby law violations.” …

The good thing about blogging about political corruption, is that it does make a difference. Eventually, enough people hear about it and someone in a position to stop it takes action.

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