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A congressman caught in the 1970s
Abscam sting is now at the heart of a
Philly election fraud probe, sources say

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Posted By: Pluperfect, 5/28/2020 5:00:51 AM

A central question lingered after federal authorities last week disclosed that a South Philadelphia poll worker had admitted taking bribes to stuff ballot boxes in local elections: Who was the unnamed campaign “Consultant #1” described in court filings as the man who paid Domenick DeMuro, 73, to inflate vote totals on behalf of favored candidates between 2014 and 2016? Prosecutors have declined to say. But two sources briefed on the matter and an Inquirer analysis of campaign finance data and court filings in DeMuro’s case point to one man: former U.S. Rep. Michael “Ozzie” Myers.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: DCGIRL 5/28/2020 6:37:28 AM (No. 424082)
Here in PA, if you are in Philly, you can vote at least 6 times each. To think that our stupid legislators voted mail in ballots. The PA GOP Tabas is not telling the truth that President Trump gave him the okay. I don't believe it. Someone is not telling the truth and I believe it is Lawerence Tabas.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Strike3 5/28/2020 8:10:27 AM (No. 424156)
Philadelphia has enjoyed the reputation of being the corrupt capital city of Pennsylvania for decades while Harrisburg has officially run the show. These sticky-fingered little mafiosi work all sorts of rackets from property seizure through manufactured property tax problems to sending trucking companies made-up traffic tickets where the truckers find it easier just to pay the fine rather than fight the bureaucracy even if they have never driven anywhere near Philadelphia. Obama's Black Panthers, protected by the Philly Police, successfully intimidated voters to help him get elected in the state. One small nuke with the Liberty Bell as ground zero would solve the problem.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: snapper451 5/28/2020 8:31:43 AM (No. 424185)
Philly, the city of former DNC chairman Fast Eddie Rendell, is as corrupt as they come. In 2004 voting machines arrived in dozens of wards with 30,000 votes for John Kerry in there already and, of course, none for "W". Heck, Mitt Romney got zero votes in dozens of wards in 2012. That is impossible!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Krause 5/28/2020 11:15:12 AM (No. 424428)
If you're dishonest and unethical, but a hard worker, you'll always be able to get a job with the democrats.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Right Time 5/28/2020 11:22:58 AM (No. 424442)
Not quite true, #4, If you're dishonest and unethical, but a hard worker WHO CAN KEEP HIS/HER MOUTH SHUT, you'll always be able to get a job with the democrats.
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