QUESTIONS OVER 2004 ELECTION CONTINUE
The Palm Beach Post is reporting that Bev Harris, the founder of Black Box Voting, has plunked down a $4,500 advance check for internal logs from voting and tabulating machines used in Palm Beach County last November in what she calls the organization's "national fraud audit" of the 2004 general election.
Black Box Voting filed a lawsuit against the Supervisor of Elections office there claiming that former SOE Theresa LePore (creator of the infamous "butterfly" ballot) stonewalled it's attempts to get public records. LePore was replaced last month by Dr. Arthur Anderson, who Harris says "seems very cooperative". LePore was served with the lawsuit last October during a tribute to her by SOE collegues from across the state in Orlando...while a camera crew recorded the moment.