Friday, May 29, 2009

Voter Intimidation Case Ordered Dismissed

You may have missed this, but during the 2008 presidential election a polling location, some individuals were intimidating voters in Philadelphia. For refresher, I have the videos below.

Since that time, charges were filed and the court had already entered a default judgement in the case.

Apparently these charges have now been dropped against the instigators at the direct request of the US Justice Department.

I can not believe that this is happening in the United States of America. We had this problem when voters were intimidated in the South so that they would not vote out of fear. Here it is happening in reverse, and charges are completely dropped.

If we don't enforce our own laws, what good are they? If we don't have fair elections, then the people no longer have control of the county as our founding fathers created it.

UPDATE (11:05 AM): Apparently some congress members are upset about this and still want to persue the case... Stay tuned...

And, the videos: