Ballots for DEAD people?
and the hits just keep on coming!
People must go to prison for this abuse of power.
No party affiliation through the whole article. Democrats?
A lawsuit filed Monday by a former Bell police officer makes a variety of serious allegations about city officials and suggests voter fraud in a 2009 election... filed by James Corcoran, off-duty police officers in Bell distributed absentee ballots in a 2009 municipal election and told would-be voters which candidates to support. The former police sergeant alleges in the suit that he was forced out of his job of 25 years in retaliation for informing state and federal authorities about the officers' actions and reporting alleged misconduct involving City Administrator Robert Rizzo and other city officials... Corcoran alleged that in 2009 he reported to the California secretary of State and the FBI "that off-duty police officers were taking absentee ballots and providing them to voters to fill out" and that officers were instructing individuals how to vote. He also asserted that ballots were filled out for people who were dead.
This is just now coming out?
The turd pile is getting pretty darn high.
November is going to be anything but dull.
I’m already stressed out and so far I’ve not been affected
by this administration, but I know it;s coming.
A early story said they had a 15 million dollar surplus. Were they selling drugs out of city hall with the police dept as runners?
How else could they pay such high salaries?
Hopefully this will allow the recision of all of the outrageous salaries paid and pensions defined.
People always ask why Mexico is poor while America is so rich, and the explanation from Leftists is always indecipherable nonsense about “neocolonialism” that explains nothing at all.
Well, here is a genuine teachable moment; Bell, California explains exactly why Mexico is poor. Bell is a tiny little microcosm of the Mexican political system.
I’ve been listening to kfi 640 on this and it is astounding! It’s like third-world politicians were running the city! just robbing the coffers in plain sight!
As of 2010, Bell’s population is 37,580 people. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of 2.47 percent.
The median home cost in Bell is $303,240. Home appreciation the last year has been -7.80 percent.
Compared to the rest of the country, Bell’s cost of living is 25.80% Higher than the U.S. average.
Bell public schools spend $4,809 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $5,678. There are about 22.6 students per teacher in Bell.
The unemployment rate in Bell is 16.60 percent(U.S. avg. is 10.20%). Recent job growth is Negative. Bell jobs have Decreased by 6.23 percent.
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housing overgrown: Once a nice quiet community this town boasts mostly illegals. Not welcome here anymore so left six years ago. Mostly hispanic and unfriendly to other...
Bell, CA is a lower middle-class working town. This is what happens when the public is sufficiently dumbed down.
Hope this leads to rescinding salaries and pensions....