Election Fraud? True or False: Flush it Down the Memory Hole

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN Most of you no doubt remember the controversy surrounding the implementation of electronic voting terminals. Most famously, Diebold voting machines are believed by many to have helped fix the 2004 presidential election in Ohio. For years elements in the Democratic party took a lead in exposing the security problems with these machines, …

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Arizona Election Fraud: “In the Spirit of Cooperation, Let’s Not Look Into the Past”

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN? By “taking the matter under advisement”, Judge Kyle Bryson kicked the can a little farther down the road last Monday and further postponed the hearing granted to the Libertarian Party by the appellate courts for prospective relief in rigged elections.  Litigation was prompted by the discovery of suspicious activity surrounding the 2-billion …

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The Second Mexican Earthquake

COUNTERPUNCH? Thoughts on the Presidential Election There have been two major Mexican earthquakes in recent years, the telluric one that killed thousands of people in 1985 and the electoral one July 1 that didn’t kill anyone but made a lot of people mad. Emerging details of the voting reveal manipulations of Byzantine complexity and vast …

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Mexico’s Soy 132 Movement joins forces with Occupy Wall Street to protest Carlos Slim

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN? In less than three months, the Mexican youth movement Yo Soy 132 (I am 132) has undergone a remarkable evolution. Beginning as a protest against Institutional Revolutionary Party presidential candidate Enrique Peña Nieto at the privately-run Ibero-American University in Mexico City on May 11, the movement has since grown by leaps and bounds. …

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