Was There Fraud In The Referendum Count?

Monday, 5 October 2009

I am not sure if there was fraud, but Scunnert has put up these videos that may cast a doubt over the controls in place.






As the Tap Blog has already covered, but the police were very keen to ensure that monitors not be allowed to count the number of people turning up to vote.  So what checks were in place to ensure this would be a fair vote?

It smells a little fishy.

Cross-Posted as it deserves a big audience.
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More than a little fishy.

The whole thing smells of fraud.

5 October 2009 at 23:00
Fausty said...

I'd bet m lif on fraud in the count.

However with the power and money being thrown at the Yes vote, I'll also bet that the police will uncover 'nothing untorward'

Watch this space.

6 October 2009 at 04:02
Fausty said...

erm, I meant - I'd be on vote fraud.

6 October 2009 at 04:04
banned said...

Given the importance of this vote everything should have been totally secure. The fact that it was not will cast doubt on its honesty forever.

6 October 2009 at 11:55