Friday, October 24, 2008

No Prosecutions Student Journalism site connected Fox

Student journalists reports highlighted on Fox News Channel for the past week or so.

Seeming quite odd

No prosecutions in the incident Vote from Home temporarily living in state, voting, returning back to another state...

But now the student journalists are onto an Obama out-of-state maybe out-of-country voter? Megyn Kelly interviewed two young women about the status of the situation reported by the student journalists for the past week.

Note. The student journalism site doesn't have a disclaimer its financially supported by Fox News Channel...

Nor does Greta state during the interview with Brunner her info is based on a student journalism site with whom Fox News has a financial interest.

so, Greta, ask all the questions about being fair you want. You demonstrated lack of full disclosure. That's a strike against you.

And that is unfair to all of us. We want the truth, no matter which side the truth hurts or exposes for who they really are.

You report, we decide? Sorry, with these stories by student journalists who have support from Fox News Channel, it's not likely we'll be trusting that source any time in the near future.


October 9th, 2008 8:37 PM Eastern
Were we unfair to the Ohio Secretary of State?
by Greta Van Susteren

Ohio Voter Fraud Controversy Not Over?
Sunday, October 19, 2008

Meanwhile, there's more big trouble in Ohio tonight. The college news network Palestra is reporting that members of an organization called Vote From Home could be registering to vote in Ohio with no intention of permanently living there and for the sole purpose of voting in the important swing state of Ohio.

In the interests of full disclosure, FOX News has a financial interest in Palestra.

Joining us is Tiffany Wilson, graduate managing editor for,2933,440764,00.html

Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien announced today that his office uncovered at least five cases of actual voter fraud committed by out-of-state activists who registered and voted in Ohio illegally.

According to The Columbus Dispatch, "The 13 all lived in a small home on Brownlee Avenue on the East Side, headquarters for an operation called Vote from Home. Their voter registrations, and votes for the five who already had cast a ballot, will be thrown out."

O'Brien said he could not prosecute the case because he lacked concrete evidence that the voters acted with criminal intent, but the New York Post reports, "The New Yorkers and nine other members from across the country are accused of packing themselves into a modest three-bedroom house in Columbus, waiting 30 days - and then registering, even though the Buckeye State is not their permanent residence."

The findings contradict claims by Gov. Ted Strickland and Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner that actual cases of voter fraud in Ohio do not exist.

Republican National Committee: Gotham-to-Ohio Vote Scam Eyed
Last update: 10:55 a.m. EDT Oct. 20, 2008
WASHINGTON, Oct 20, 2008 /PRNewswire-USNewswire via COMTEX/ -- The following is an excerpt of an article published in the New York Post and is being released today by the Republican National Committee:

Four well-heeled New York Democrats are under investigation by an Ohio prosecutor for setting up a temporary home in the swing state - where two have already cast their ballots - just so that their votes will be counted there, The Post has learned.

The targets of the probe - including the daughter and son-in-law of a New York City real-estate titan, a former New York Sun reporter and a Bank of New York Mellon executive - are connected to Vote From Home, a Manhattan-based political action committee set up to get voters to the polls in Ohio, where residents are allowed to cast ballots 29 days before Election Day, investigators said. ..

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