February 08, 2008

Announcement : Richard Hayes Phillips book on 2004 Ohio election fraud coming out next month

Announcement by Richard Hayes Phillips:

The finished manuscript of my long-awaited book --
Witness to a Crime: A Citizens’ Audit of an American
Election -- has gone to the printer. The book will be
hardcover, with a dust jacket. The manuscript is 448
pages, 6” x 9”, including Table of Contents, Glossary
and Index.
In addition there will be eight color plates with
two photographs each, and a CD with 1200 digital
images of actual ballots, poll books, voter signature
books, and other forensic evidence from the 2004
presidential election in Ohio.
The retail cost to the purchaser, including
packaging and postage, will be between $25 and $30,
depending upon the final cost to me. Once the product
is received, and the retail price is known, I will be
accepting credit card payments. During the month of
February only, I will accept personal checks, as they
will have time to clear before the book is actually
Anyone interested in making advance orders for the
book should send $30 per copy, via personal check,
bank check, or money order, to the address below. The
final cost is expected to be less than $30, and I will
be happy to refund the difference. If you wish to
consider the difference to be a donation to the cause,
feel free to say so. Please make all checks payable
to Fisher Street Ventures.
The advantage to you is that advance orders will be
filled before the book is formally announced on the
worldwide web. Please allow 7 to 10 days for
Attached is the text of the dust jacket flaps for
the book, being the most concise description of its

Richard Hayes Phillips
4 Fisher Street
Canton, NY 13617
(315) 379-0820


Richard Hayes Phillips worked day and night for three
years compiling irrefutable evidence of how the
Republicans stole the 2004 presidential race in Ohio.
This landmark investigation is a testament to what
private citizens can accomplish when government
officials fail to protect our right to vote and to
count those votes as cast. Every American –
Republican and Democrat – should read this book, and
join the fight for democracy’s most fundamental right.

-- Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

The experience of the investigators in Ohio shows all
of us how to figure out if, and how, and where ballot
tampering and ballot substitution can take place –
whether at the polls, or during transportation of the
ballots, or after their arrival at a central location.

-- Bev Harris, Founder, Black Box Voting

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