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Multiple Foreign Nationals Criminally Charged For U.S. Election Fraud

A sheet of voter stickers is seen inside Fire Station 38, as people go to the polls for a special election called by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and lawmakers to decide on statewide budget-balancing ballot propositions on May 19, 2009 in California.

A county-level grand jury in Ohio indicted several foreign nationals for election fraud related to the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections.
Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien announced Thursday that the Franklin County Grand Jury returned indictments against seven foreign nationals who allegedly voted illegally in recent U.S. elections.
Originally, the Secretary of State and Ohio Attorney General referred 36 cases to O’Brien’s office of non-citizens who “had registered and/or voted in recent elections in Franklin County.”
After further investigation by the Board of Elections and Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office, seven foreign nationals, who were not U.S. citizens, were criminally charged “for registering and voting in elections” in Franklin County.
Those charged include:
  • Ana Matias, age 56, Columbus
  • Irnatine W. Boayue, age 41, Canal Winchester
  • Janitha Rippey, age 33, Columbus
  • Kenyron O. Glasgow, age 38, Columbus
  • Yaakov Menashe Schulman, age 41, Columbus
  • Leslie Caroline Allen, age 56, Columbus
  • Gilbert A. Brown, age 59, Columbus
“These newly indicted cases are a compilation of individuals, all of whom falsely registered to vote with the Franklin County Board of Elections by declaring they were United States citizens on their voter registration applications,” O’Brien stated. “The counts in the indictments include Illegal Voting (F-4), False Voter Registration (F-5), or a combination of both charges.”
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine commended the work of local and state law enforcement officials in working to keep elections honest in Ohio.
“Voter fraud is a serious crime,” DeWine said. “When evidence warrants, we see prosecutions such as those Prosecutor O'Brien announced today. I am proud that my office is able to play an integral role in preserving voting integrity in Ohio.”
The remaining 29 foreign nationals referred to O’Brien for investigation were either not charged or remain under investigation.
Comment:
I would like to point out that only one of those nine names is a Mestizo name.  The other eight seem to be European, except Irmatine Boayue.  That sounds like it could be a non-Muslim African name.  For the moment, let's assume it is.  That does NOT mean the other seven are illegals from Europe, although there are such a thing as illegal aliens Whites.  
Just a couple of years ago in Massachusetts, ICE deported about 200 illegals from Ireland.
However, it is possible that some of the people on that list are White.  What I'm getting at is this illegal alien thing is not always a racial thing with National Socialists.  It's a nationalist thing.  We're against ALL illegal regardless of their race.  If they came here illegally, they get shipped back - even if they are White.  An illegal is an illegal is an illegal.
Dan 88!

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  1. Amen Dan! at lest you got some sense

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    1. Thank you, comrade. I really hate the idea of deporting our own Folk, but rules are rules. Everyone must play by the rules - especially Whites. If we are to lead, we must lead by example. Good leaders know how both give and take orders and make and follow rules.

      Dan 88!

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