The Secretary of State of Colorado, Scott Gessler, not a RINO, recently announced the results of an investigation into alien voting in the Centennial State, and, as usual, alien voting was discovered. (h/t Election Law Center.)
Fox 31 August 16, 2012 by Eli Stokols
DENVER – Secretary of State Scott Gessler announced Thursday afternoon that his office has mailed letters to 4,000 Colorado voters asking them to prove that they’re legal citizens and eligible to vote.
The letter asks those who are non-citizens to voluntarily remove themselves from the state’s voter rolls.
“We identified a gaping hole in our voter roll integrity, and this effort will better protect our elections,” Gessler said in a statement. “We know there is a problem, and I am unwilling to accept fraud in our elections.”
Gessler, with his continued focus on eliminating voter fraud, has become a top target of Colorado Democrats, who believe the Republican is engaging in a less than subtle effort to reduce the number of minorities who actually vote in an effort to help GOP candidates.
The Observer August 18, 2012
Dunkirk man heads to prison for child pornography
BUFFALO - U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced Friday that Roger S. Luczkowiak, 32, of Dunkirk, who was convicted of production of child pornography and possession of child pornography, was sentenced to 70 years in prison and lifetime supervised release by Chief U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny...
The sentencing is the culmination of an investigation on the part of Agents of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations, under the direction of James C. Spero, Special Agent-In-Charge; the Dunkirk Police Department, under the direction of Chief David C. Ortolano, the New York State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, under the direction of Captain Frank A. Pace, and the Chautauqua County District Attorney's Office, under the direction of David Foley. Additional assistance was provided by the Western New York Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory, which conducted the forensic analysis of the defendant's computer.