Saturday, January 03, 2009

Pathological Deception At The FBI Is The Cardinal Rule Of This New World Order Disciple -- The Following Example Includes Election Rigging

TalkLeft the politics of crime Website:

FBI Runs Fake Candidate For Federal Office
By TChris, Section Misconduct
Posted on Sat Dec 03, 2005 at 04:30:51 PM EST
by TChris

Does the FBI recognize any limits on its ability to deceive the public? The FBI planted Thomas Esposito as a candidate in a primary for the West Virginia legislature. Catching Esposito on a federal corruption charge in 2003, FBI agents used him to set up a vote-buying sting.

Esposito entered the state House race in January 2004, after losing his bid for a fifth term as Logan mayor. … Investigators believed that "if Esposito were to become a candidate for elective office, a virtual treasure trove of evidence could result," Assistant U.S. Attorney R. Booth Goodwin II said in a federal court filing last month. "The undercover investigation has yielded important results."

Esposito withdrew from the race less than a month before the primary, claiming he needed to tend to an ill family member. Nobody knows whether the alleged vote buyers would have committed their crimes if Esposito, desperate for a break in his own case, hadn’t begged them to take his (that is, the FBI’s) money. In any event, the results obtained — “charges against 16 residents of Logan and neighboring Lincoln counties” — can’t justify the FBI’s tactics.

Misleading the public by running a candidate who won’t actually hold the office is an affront to democracy. A bogus candidate who campaigns well might dissuade legitimate candidates from entering the race. And Esposito drew more than 2,000 votes despite dropping out. Would those voters have remained loyal to Esposito knowing he was an FBI stooge? Where would those votes have gone if Esposito hadn’t been pretending to run? The FBI’s decision to muck around with the election for its own purposes may have changed its outcome.

The culture of deceit that pervades federal law enforcement exists only because courts refuse to reign in the FBI.

The chief judge of West Virginia's southern federal court district condoned the tactic Thursday in an election fraud case against Perry French Harvey Jr., the man who allegedly accepted the $2,000.
Judge David Faber rejected arguments from Harvey's lawyer that the government had acted improperly by putting up a sham candidate.

The FBI’s behavior was outrageous. If judges won’t protect us from the FBI’s interference with the election process, who will?
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