Skip to comments.Hamilton Co. (OH) Prosecutor announces charges against 3 voters in 2012 election
Posted on 03/11/2013 7:07:23 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The Hamilton County Prosecutor announced charges of voter fraud against three people.
Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said he was pursuing charges against Russell Glassop, 75, Melowese Richardson, 59, and Sister Marguerite Kloos, 54.
A grand jury indicted Glassop and Kloos for one count of illegal voting each, a felony. Glassop and Kloos could face up to 18 months in prison if convicted.
The grand jury indicted Richardson on eight counts of illegal voting. If convicted, she faces up to 12 years in prison.
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Are these the dead people that were voting? Lock them up and throw away the key!
Melowese Richardson needs the full 12 years!
These three are just the tip of a very large iceberg.
The dead person that was explicitly mentioned was Glassop’s late wife. An absentee ballot to boot.
Way to go Joe Deters....
I hope they get the max
So...who did they vote for?
I agree. I thibk there was a nationwide effort to commit voter fraud. ACORN is very effective at rigging elections and you know who worked there for 10 years. I’m sure he picked up quite a few tricks while working there.
Can an individual investigate if another person voted? If so how?
The reason I ask is in 2011 my 92 yr. old grandmother was moved from NC to live in Fla to live in an assisted living facility. She no longer could take care of herself and needed more than just family to meet her daily needs. She also had dementia setting in.
In March 2012, at the assisted living facility in Fla., my mom went to visit my grandmother and caught people visiting the residents of the facility asking personal information, including voting information, from my gradnmother and her roommates.
My grandmother died in May 2012.
Given what happened in March 2012 in Fla. and the numerous voting irregularities we are now hearing I am curious if anyone voted in her name in person or via absentee ballot. Which would be voter fraud since she was dead before Nov 2012.
Also I don’t know if she voted, later in her life, when she lived in NC with my uncle and his family, but would be curious to see if someone voted for her in NC also, when she 1) lived in Fla. and 2) passed away before the elections.
I can’t believe that they would commit a crime just to get Romney elected.....how sad!
Not enough. When found guilty, have a public hanging. Then announce that anyone, ANYONE cause voting illegally will suffer the same fate within three days of conviction. Or, if being hanged bothers you, you can be shot in the public square. Includes voters, politicians, and anyone remotely connected with the polls or election.