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Tuesday, February 2, 2010


I guess some people just aren't buying the "miracle" defense.

In the letter below, Attorney Robert Ludgin lays out his preliminary claims against the authenticity of the actions by the Democratic Registrar of Voters Olga Vazquez.

In the original posting, I referred to the two slates as the "Giles" slate and the "Kirkley-Bey" slate. In Attorney Ludgin's letter he refers to the "Giles" slate as the "Olga Vazquez" slate. I will agree with Attorney Ludgin and in future posts refer to the "Olga Vazquez" slate. It does seem more appropriate , considering her involvement.

Stay tuned, I'm sure this will only be the beginning of legal action that should make this whole matter much clearer.


Atty Ludgin Letter 1-28-10


Anonymous said...

Kevin, Kevin, dear sweet Kevin. Apparently you are not aware that "confict of interest" either has a different connotation en espanol and/or does not exist at all in that language... Eddie,
Cal, David, Yasha, Olga, Ada, Miguel, they all act like they don't know what it means.

Anonymous said...

referring to comment number 1 above...what we have is a crime family in Hartford in which the corruption is so rampant for so long that most people just come to expect it.