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Monday, February 21, 2011

My Response to the D.A.'s Investigation

This is my response to the D.A.s investigation.

Who determined the scope of this investigation? I would like to review the SBI’s findings and recommendations. Some one missed the boat on this one.

In this case, it did not matter if this was an “isolated incident or a wider case of voter fraud,” it was an illegal act either way. This particular case should be dealt with and investigated properly. Candidates accompanied this individual while voting several times. This part of the voter fraud issue and investigation must be dealt with.

The individual who voted more than once could very well plead ignorant to the law but, the 3 individuals (Jimmy Bonham, Everett Witherspoon, and Susan Frye) who accompanied and assisted this voter to vote more that once can not by any stretch of the imagination. We need to set an example for the rest of the counties in the state of North Carolina.

In this case, the consequences of committing a federal offense should be dealt with, whether it was one person or a thousand people violating the law. I believe that state officials know that if they prosecute this individual, she will sing like a humming bird and will verify what I have been saying all along.

To conclude that “this was not a wide spread case of voter fraud,” indirectly confirms that their was -in fact- a finding of voter fraud, that must be properly dealt with.

Jim O’Neill is another person who should not be investigating FCBOE, I have identified him as another person who is in conflict with the elected officials who helped this woman vote more than once. He as well as others, including Frank Dickerson have helped to finance the alliance members campaign who were helping this woman voter and others vote more than once, I can prove it.

I remain,
Gardenia M. Henley

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