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CITES FAULTY CHAIN OF CUSTODY OF BALLOTS
by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 29, 2011) — Atty. Orly Taitz has posted on her website a video of New Hampshire Secretary of State William Gardner failing to follow standard protocol with state ballots in 2008 and has described it as “massive election fraud.”
Describing the events depicted in the video, Taitz said, “This is the state of New Hampshire flagrantly violating election law. When you gather the ballots, there has to be a chain of custody. Everything has to be secure. As shown in the video, two reporters interviewed Gardner and asked, ‘You were supposed to put all of those boxes with ballots in the vault. You did it yesterday; you did it the day before. Why now do you have all of those ballots and you’re not placing them in the vault?’ And Gardner and another man are just standing there and wouldn’t answer. They asked him the same questions ten times, and he would not answer.”
In the video, Gardner agrees with the reporter that a deviation of normal procedure was used with the ballots in question but insists that “the building is secure.” He did not answer the reporter when she made the point that the janitor had access to the room where the ballots were kept. Gardner has been described by the Los Angeles Times as “a New Hampshire institution,” having acted in his capacity since 1976.
Taitz continued, “Then the two reporters left but came back the next morning. The room was unlocked and all the boxes were open. They could have been removed easily, and we don’t know which boxes were the same boxes or different boxes. This was something that happened before and was observed by many. They have boxes with ballots that could be prepared months earlier and miraculously appear. This is the same Secretary of State Gardner who decided to put Obama on the ballot even though I’ve proven to him that Obama has no documents.”
Taitz said that the New Hampshire Supreme Court declined her appeal which had been filed in response to a decision made by the New Hampshire Ballot Law Commission to place Obama’s name on the 2012 presidential ballot. Taitz had flown from California to New Hampshire on short notice for a November 18, 2011 hearing with the Commission, during which she presented evidence in her possession regarding a questionable social security number Obama has allegedly been using as well as reports stating that the long-form birth certificate he provided to the public on April 27, 2011 is a forgery.
Four New Hampshire representatives have stated that they believe the image is a forgery. Two of those representatives had approached Gardner and New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney more than two years ago regarding their concerns about Obama’s eligibility.
Taitz is considering filing a Motion for Reconsideration with the New Hampshire Supreme Court to include the video as evidence of election fraud. She mentioned that court filing fees and the costs of printing, binding and shipping are as high as $1,000. She expects to be traveling to New Hampshire and Georgia, where a ballot challenge was recently filed, in the near future, as well as to Hawaii, where her case against Department of Health Director Loretta Fuddy, as defended by Deputy Attorney General Jill Nagamine, is still pending.