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  Republican U.S. House Staffer Pleads ‘No Contest’ To Five Election Fraud Counts
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Last EditedRP  Sep 21, 2012 05:45pm
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AuthorBrad Friedman
News DateWednesday, September 19, 2012 05:55:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionNo doubt Fox ‘News’ is going wall-to-wall with this today, so you’ve got no need for us to tell you about it, right? … What? They’re not? Huh. How strange.

Well, then, if you haven’t heard, Lorianne O’Brady, a former staffer to Congressman Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI) has pleaded “no contest” to five misdemeanor counts of election fraud yesterday, related to creating and submitting fraudulent signatures in a failed conspiracy to qualify McCotter for the ballot this year.

O’Brady is just one of four of top McCotter aides who were charged last month with a total of 36 federal felony and misdemeanor election fraud-related counts in the alleged ballot petition forgery scheme. McCotter abruptly resigned last July as the scandal began to emerge.
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