Fraud scheme of US election in Sacramento

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The US President states that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton got the best of him in the election in 2016. It is one of his statements that he can still prove. Nevertheless, a Mexican gave his testimony in court on the charges of fraud with voters in a federal courtroom in Sacramento, California.

The Sacramento Bee’s Sam Stanton says that proof given by federal prosecutors in the case comprises thank-you letters to Lerma from Trump as well as RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel and former RNC Chair Reince Priebus. A letter dated June 2, 2017 from Trump told Lerma that the president and Vice President Mike Pence “are deeply grateful for your resolve to help us make American safer, stronger and more prosperous than ever before.”

Concerning the summaries filed by prosecutors Katherine Lydon and Shea Kenny, “The evidence will show that the defendant was born in Mexico in 1955, married a woman named Maria Manriquez in 1982 and had two children with her in Mexico in the 1980s. By the early 1990s, he began living in the United States, fraudulently using the identity of a Puerto Rican-born United States citizen named Hiram Velez.”

A prosecution witness is a Sacramento County elections official who can present the evidence that Lerma was in the five electoral polls and signed in as “Hiram Velez.”

Defense counsel claims that Lerma had the right to use the name “Hiram Velez” under California common law and could sign the ballots legally.


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