Thursday, October 27, 2005

Tom Feeney, Vote Fraud & Murder


The man to your left is Tom Feeney.

He is a bad man.

Congressman Tom Feeney represents the 24th District of Florida, which covers portions of Brevard, Orange, Seminole, and Volusia counties. Feeney, elected in 2002, was previously Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives and was Governor Jeb Bush's running mate in his first race for governor in 1994, narrowly losing to incumbent Lawton Chiles. - taken from his website

Just prior to becoming Speaker of the Florida House in 2000, Mr Feeney approached Clint Curtis, a software programmer at Yang Enterprises in Oviedo, FL, with a request to design a "vote rigging software prototype".

Eventually, Mr Curtis made this request known to the authorities and an inspector general from the Florida Department of Transportation (Mr Curtis left Yang at the end of 2000/early 2001 and went to work for FDOT who fired him because of the whistleblower claims) was assigned in 2003 to investigate his claims (which included espionage charges regarding an illegal Chinese alien employed by Yang, both assertions have been proven true with hard evidence). The IG's name was Raymond Lemme.

Mr Lemme was found dead in a Valdosta, GA, hotel room two weeks later. The Valdosta Police Department said that crime scene photos were unavailable due to a "malfunction" of the digital camera's memory card. These photos were uncovered by an investigative reporter named John Caylor and posted on the web. They show bruising about Mr Lemme's face and neck. Beyond that the police report demonstrates inconsistencies from the photographs. The investigation was closed, reopened after the photos surfaced, and then reclosed immediately after reopening due to a call from the FDOT.

The short version of this story is as follows: Feeney asked to have vote rigging software written to be installed in voting machines to allow the Republicans to take control of the government. A whistleblower came forward, an investigation ensued, and apparently the lead investigator got too close to finding out what was going on and was murdered.

Vote fraud occured during (at least) the 2004 election. Just read the GAO report that was released last week for proof. If you don't want to read the whole thing, a summary from The Free Press is here.

For an in-depth analysis of this story, please visit bradblog.com.

P.S.>A drunken Mr Feeney shoved two waitresses (one to the ground) at Clyde's in Tallahassee, FL, about the same time the above events took place. The one that he shoved to the ground happens to be my girlfriend. You are a bad man, Tom Feeney. I'd love to kick you in the balls for that. If you see this man, please kick him in the balls and tell him it's from me.

P.P.S. > If the GAO report is correct, and we have massive vote fraud sending the wrong people into office, this country's citizens are no longer represented in government. Any 9th grade government student can repeat the phrase "no taxation without representation"...it's time we consider sticking it to them. Spend your own money on pork bridges and wars of misdirection. Bastards.

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