Friday, October 21, 2005

Was 2004 presidential election stolen? - Bucks County Courier Times

J D Mullane, at the Bucks County Courier Times, 20 October 2005, wrote:

Stephen Freeman is a visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania, whose soon-to-be-published book will make a case that the Bush/Kerry election was riddled with "corrupted counts" that deserve high scrutiny, perhaps a recount...

His case is this. On the afternoon of Election Day, exit polling - which Freeman said is quite accurate - showed Kerry was winning with 51 percent of the vote, to Bush's 49 percent.

When the polls closed, however, the numbers reversed. Bush won.

The reversal is highly improbable, Freeman claims. He wants to review national exit polling data...



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