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Scoop Feedback: Cliff Arnebeck On Exit Polling

Letter To Editor,

The scientific, reality-based method of detecting election fraud is exit polling. That evidence conclusively proved the fraud in the 2004 presidential election in Ohio and nationally. Public hearings in Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati and expert analysis of the details of the election statistics, and now the ballots, reveal where the theft in Ohio occurred. See for ongoing factual reporting and Paul Krugman at the New York Times for fact-based editorial opinion on the subject.

Rove and Senator Mike DeWine's staffer, Mike Dawson, reframed the issue for Kerry, the Democratic Party and the publishers and editors of Ohio newspapers as a question of whether or not they would dare to question the integrity of the President and Commander in Chief at a time of war. Kerry and the Democratic Party conceded. The editors and publishers of Ohio's mainstream newspapers, until very recently, had not assigned investigative resources to the story.

There has been no fact-based rebuttal of the evidence of election fraud--just superficial criticism, as in the attacks upon Robert Kennedy. Jr.'s Rolling Stone article.

Cliff Arnebeck, Attorney of record in the Moss v. Bush contest of the 2004 election before the Ohio Supreme Court

Columbus, Ohio

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