January 17, 2005

Four Members of Congress Call for Special Prosecutor to Investigate Blackwell

On Friday, January 14, 2005, Congressional Representatives John Conyers, Jr., Jerrold Nadler, Robert C. Scott, and Sheila Jackson Lee, asked the Justice Department to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate possible criminal conduct in connection with the Ohio 2004 Election by J. Kenneth Blackwell.

In this detailed letter, the congresspersons stated that through the House Judiciary Democrats' investigation, they had learned of "numerous instances of voter intimidation and misinformation,improper purging, caging of minority voters, misuse of Help America Vote Act (HAVA) funds,
voting machine tampering, perjury, and most recently, potential misuse of the federal seal in a
campaign solicitation by Ohio Secretary of State Blackwell. Since this and other apparent
violations by the Secretary of State presents such an obvious conflict for your office, we would
ask that you appoint a special counsel to investigate this matter."

Full text of the letter: http://miamedia.com/news/20050114dojelectionspconltr.pdf

or http://www.BradBlog.com/Docs/SpecialCounselLetter.pdf

or http://www.house.gov/judiciary_democrats/dojelectionspconltr11405.pdf

or http://shadowbox.i8.com/HJCletter2DOJ.pdf

Incredibly, although the existence of this letter was publicly disclosed on Friday, January 14, 2005, the "corporate media" have concealed the information from their viewers, readers, and listeners.


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