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  • GOP Legally Barred From Fighting Vote Fraud (11/20/2012)

    11/26/2016 2:24:01 AM PST · by Iron Munro · 31 replies
    WND ^ | 11/20/2012 | Bob Unruh
    Voting machines suspiciously defaulting to Barack Obama? Buses loaded with strangers appearing at polling stations? Even ballots turning out 100 percent for one candidate in precinct reports? In short, suspicions of vote fraud? That’s too bad, because a race-based consent decree negotiated by Democrats against the Republican National Committee a generation ago still has tied the RNC’s hands, and GOP officials could be cited for contempt – or worse – if they try to make sure American elections are clean. Impossible? No. Fact. The case is the Democratic National Committee vs. the Republican National Committee, originally from 1982. Democrats alleged...
  • Judge orders RNC to detail voter fraud pacts with Trump campaign

    11/01/2016 6:42:20 PM PDT · by ColdOne · 27 replies
    politico.com ^ | 11/1/16 | Josh Gerstein
    A federal judge is ordering the Republican National Committee to detail any agreements it has with Donald Trump's campaign to engage in "ballot security" efforts in connection with next week's election — something the national GOP has been banned from doing for decades without court approval. The order also instructs the RNC to explain by 5 p.m. Tuesday what Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and GOP vice presidential nominee Mike Pence were talking about in recent comments when they said that Trump's campaign was working closely with the RNC to make sure there is no fraud at the polls. Newark,...
  • How the RNC has screwed us all

    10/27/2016 6:49:32 PM PDT · by US Navy Vet · 37 replies
    Nox and Friends ^ | 08 Jan 2014
    Are you aware of the 1982 Consent Decree between the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC)? If you’re not, don’t be alarmed, most others don’t know about it either. Even if you’re a political junkie, it’s unlikely that you’ve been aware of the Consent Decree and what it means to voters – particularly Republican voters. So you might say, I sometimes vote Republican, so what’s that mean to me? It means that many well-informed, politically active Republicans (like you, perhaps?) could have their votes cancelled out by democrat voter fraud and, thanks to the RNC; our...
  • GOP Legally Barred From Fighting Voter Fraud (2012 article, still relevant)

    10/03/2016 12:01:01 PM PDT · by Leaning Right · 26 replies
    WND ^ | 11/20/2012 | Bob Unruh
    Voting machines suspiciously defaulting to Barack Obama? Buses loaded with strangers appearing at polling stations? Even ballots turning out 100 percent for one candidate in precinct reports? In short, suspicions of vote fraud? That’s too bad, because a race-based consent decree negotiated by Democrats against the Republican National Committee a generation ago still has tied the RNC’s hands, and GOP officials could be cited for contempt – or worse – if they try to make sure American elections are clean.
  • GOP Legally Barred From Fighting Voter Fraud

    10/28/2014 1:50:54 PM PDT · by bigtoona · 52 replies
    Freedom Outpost ^ | 11/21/2012 | Tim Brown
    I cant' tell you how many emails I've received from readers frustrated with the GOP not being more vocal about obvious voter fraud in this past election. Well, as I discovered today, there is a reason behind it: The GOP is legally barred from it according to a court ruling from nearly thirty years ago. Bob Unruh writes at WND: A race-based consent decree negotiated by Democrats against the Republican National Committee a generation ago still has tied the RNC’s hands, and GOP officials could be cited for contempt – or worse – if they try to make sure American...
  • Baltimore officials, Justice Department promise sweeping overhaul of city police

    08/10/2016 7:12:13 PM PDT · by Mariner · 45 replies
    The Washington Post ^ | August 10th, 2016 | By Lynh Bui and Peter Hermann
    Baltimore’s top law enforcement and political leaders on Wednesday vowed a sweeping overhaul of the city Police Department after a searing rebuke of the agency’s practices, which the Justice Department said regularly discriminated against black residents in poor communities. Officials promised improved community relations, a purge of race-based policing and a modernized department that better trains officers and holds them accountable. But they warned that reforming an agency entrenched in a culture of unconstitutional policing would be a slow process and could cost millions of dollars. “Police reform won’t happen overnight or by chance,” Vanita Gupta, principal deputy assistant attorney...
  • No Virginia, the RNC CANNOT Monitor Polls for Ballot Security

    11/29/2012 10:16:10 AM PST · by afraidfortherepublic · 24 replies
    PJMedia ^ | 11-29-12 | J. Christian Adams
    Much of the conservative world seems shocked that the RNC is constrained from doing anything about voter fraud. The left wing blogosphere is laughing at everyone who didn’t know this already. To me, it’s old old news – sort of like the abolition of poll taxes. In fact, the abolition of poll taxes in 1964 is closer in time to the consent decree that the RNC entered with the DNC in 1982 than we are today distant from that same 1982 consent decree. Simply, under the terms of the order, the RNC cannot engage in ballot security efforts to combat...
  • Judge Terminates LAPD Consent Decree

    07/18/2009 3:22:53 PM PDT · by La Enchiladita · 7 replies · 373+ views
    KTLA News ^ | July 17, 2009 | Staff
    LOS ANGELES-- The Los Angeles Police Department has been released from a long running decree after a federal judge decided the department had reformed significantly from prior corruption charges. The city was forced into the consent decree with the U.S. Department of Justice after the Rampart corruption scandal and brutality complaints. The agreement, which aimed to improve the LAPD's policing standards, meant more than 100 reforms to the department, the tightening of internal checks on officers' conduct, improved training, increased oversight of the anti-gang unit at the center of the Rampart corruption scandal, and a ban on racial profiling. The...
  • LAPD Faces 3 More Years of Scrutiny

    05/16/2006 4:40:52 PM PDT · by radar101 · 127+ views
    L A Times ^ | may 16, 2006 | Patrick McGreevy
    A federal judge rebuked Los Angeles Police Department officials Monday by extending for three years a consent decree that orders reforms meant to counter a decade of corruption and brutality complaints. In a decision that caught leaders by surprise, U.S. District Judge Gary A. Feess flatly rejected the city's plea that the five-year agreement — set to expire June 15 — be extended for just two years and narrowed in scope to the 30% of reforms not yet enacted. The agreement was largely born from the Rampart Division scandal in 1999 but included elements that police critics have been calling...