On August 19, 2011, Protect Our Elections attorney Kevin Zeese wrote a letter to the Cincinnati, Ohio FBI Office asking that it launch a criminal investigation into the 2004 presidential election in light of new filings in a civil case which included a contract proving the relationship between Ohio SOS Ken Blackwell and the GOP hosting company SmarTech. In short, the contract combined with the analysis of cyber security expert Stephen Spoonamore confirm that SmarTech was used for a man in the middle computer attack on election night 2004.


2 thoughts on “Protect Our Elections Asks Ohio FBI To Investigate Smoking Gun Contract Implicating GOP In Rigging 2004 Presidential Election”
  1. Ohio was a big part of the win for Bush with Ken Blackwell doing everything rotten to make it happen as well as a lot of other collusion that went on.  It is a long time since, but justice would be sweet.

  2. this is still as important today as it was 21 years ago when Bush stole it from Gore using EVM’s in Florida. We would not be in the mess we are in today if we trashed those democracy stealing devices 2 decades ago (manufactured & owned by the Oligarchs). EVM’s have been the Devil’s Tool in stealing Democracies around the globe; India, Brazil, etc. It’s NEVER too late for JUSTICE … otherwise we are doomed to the Inverted Totalitarianism Sheldon Wolin warned us of.

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