Are Recent Alleged Terrorists Registered as Republican or Democratic Voters?

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Does political party affiliation correlate with recent terrorist events? You may be surprised. Last week, e-Merges.com, Inc. researched its US voter file for the political party affiliation of the three recent alleged terrorist suspects.

Does political party affiliation correlate with recent terrorist events? You may be surprised. Last week, e-Merges.com, Inc. researched its US voter file for the political party affiliation of John Bedell. Bedell is who Ann Scott Tyson, a Washington Post Pentagon Reporter referred to as the so-called "Pentagon Shooter". Bedell was registered as a democrat in California.

Just yesterday, e-Merges researched its registered voter lists for a political affiliation of another alleged terrorist, Colleen R. LaRose, aka "Jihad Jane". According to David Kris, Assistant Attorney General for National Security and Michael L. Levy, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, LaRose is the Pennsburg, Pennsylvania suspect who was indicted by the US Department of Justice for alleged material support to terrorists. LaRose was registered as a republican in Pennsylvania!

Today e-Merges announced that it has uncovered the political party affiliation of Sharif Mobley, who according to the AP's Wayne Parry and Geoff Mulvihill, is an alleged al-Qaida member who was raised as a Somali-American in Buena, New Jersey. Mobley is accused of killing a guard while shooting his way out of a hospital in Yemen. You can see Sharif Mobley's political party affiliation online at: Shariff Mobley's Political Party Affiliation

According to e-Merges.com President, Shawn Harmon: "First of all, I absolutely agree with the TalkingPointsMemo commenter named 'steinolog' who wrote yesterday: '…party affiliations are not germane to anything, insofar as (their) actions place them in opposition to the entire U.S. political system'."

e-Merges has been compiling registered voter lists for over a decade and has 170+ million registered voter records available on its internal network. Political campaigns from school boards to Presidents have consulted with e-Merges.

Harmon continued: "Secondly, we are proud to publish these surprising facts about possible terrorists. Besides being a superb investigative tool, Electorates provides fresh and accurate customized registered voter lists to political organizations."

About e-Merges.com, Inc.
e-Merges.com, Inc., incorporated in 2000, is the industry leader in providing registered voter lists. Most voter lists are available on the e-Merges network for political, journalistic and scholarly use at fees starting from $750 monthly. Alleged suspects are to be considered as presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty by a US court of law.

Media Contact: Bella Lupa, Director, e-Merges.com, Inc. 410.353.6894 or Data(at)e-Merges(dot)com. http://www.e-Merges.com/, 1694 Anne Court, Ste. 5000, Annapolis, MD 21401-6512

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