And we will not bow down to puppets or clowns. This is not Iran, Honduras, or North Korea.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) July 3, 2009
In celebration of our nation's birthday on July 4th and the freedom it signifies, the Ohio Election Justice Campaign (OEJC), a citizens' group, invites all citizens who have been denied or hindered in voting in Ohio to join a class action lawsuit to seek truth, justice, and monetary damages. King-Lincoln v. Blackwell, 2:06-cv-00745 (S.D. Ohio).
Even citizens currently living overseas or in another state such as New York or California are invited by the Ohio Election Justice Campaign to join this class action lawsuit if they have been denied or hindered in voting in any Ohio election beginning with the 2004 presidential election and including the most recent election.
Citizens' group believes Ohio politicians and local attorneys have combined to throw out evidence showing election fraud, to sanction the ongoing destruction of evidence, and to miss crucial legal deadlines in this landmark lawsuit.
Eight OEJC members say citizen class action is needed because their motion for a special grand jury had been turned down in this lawsuit. They say the court denied a request to enforce its own order for criminal contempt charges for destruction of the 2004 election evidence. OEJC provided the court over 1400 pages of evidence they say prove that Ohio's 2004 election was fraudulent but the lead attorneys for the voters of Ohio had the evidence thrown out.
During a telephone conference on June 23, 2009, citizens from across the nation pressed one of the lawyers for the voters of Ohio on the issue of the lawsuit's apparent abandonment. OEJC members believe that "secret negotiations" are taking place on the destroyed alleged election fraud evidence, public records that belong to the American people.
Further, on June 29, 2009, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) was provided with the evidence the OEJC says proves Ohio's 2004 election was fraudulent, including the documents filed in court, at a citizens' meeting in Columbus, Ohio. Citizens present at the meeting believe the Columbus-based DOJ bureaucrats want to play it safe, the same dangerous strategy the government followed in delaying criminal action to end the Madoff investment fraud scheme.
Marlys Barbee of OEJC responded, "We will not allow this coup of the U.S. Constitution to continue. We are citizens of the United State of America, and when we know our right to vote has been abridged in any way, it is our duty to take action."
Ms. Barbee added: "And we will not bow down to puppets or clowns. This is not Iran, Honduras, or North Korea."
In honor of the nation's independence, all United States citizens who think they or or people they know were denied or hindered in voting in any Ohio election beginning with the 2004 presidential election and including the most recent election are invited to contact The Ohio Election Justice Campaign or call OEJC Director Shaffer at 614-266-5283. All inquiries will be held confidential. Act now as urgent legal deadline expires soon.
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