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作者: cwing   还说没造假的可闭嘴了,abc:加州逮俩造假8k票的已起诉,15年刑 2020-11-18 18:23:09  [点击:694]
abc,够主流了么,呵呵
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https://nypost.com/2020/11/17/la-duo-charged-with-voter-fraud-in-bid-to-win-mayoral-election/
LA duo charged with voter fraud in bid to win mayoral election

By Rebecca Rosenberg

November 17, 2020 | 5:05pm
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Two men were hit with a 41-count criminal complaint for allegedly submitting thousands of fraudulent voter registration applications on behalf of homeless people in a bid to get one of them elected as mayor, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday.

Defendants Carlos Antonio De Bourbon Montenegro, 53, and Marcos Raul Arevalo, 34, are expected to be arraigned this afternoon.

Montenegro is accused of submitting more than 8,000 fraudulent voter registration applications from July to October. He also allegedly committed perjury by falsifying names, addresses and signatures on nomination paperwork for a mayoral run in the city of Hawthorne located in Los Angeles County, authorities said.

The pair and their co-conspirators ultimately registered 8,000 voters then allegedly used Montenegro’s home address as well as three post office boxes to receive their mail-in ballots, court papers state.

The alleged plan was to “cast ballots for Carlos Montenegro for the office of Mayor for the City of Hawthorne,” the complaint says.

The defendants were each charged with one count of conspiracy to commit voter fraud, eight counts of voter fraud, four counts of procuring and offering a false or forged instrument and four misdemeanors for interference with a prompt transfer of a completed affidavit.
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Montenegro faces 10 additional counts of voter fraud, seven counts of procuring and offering a false or forged instrument, two counts of perjury and five misdemeanors for interference with a prompt transfer of a completed affidavit.

An LADA spokesman didn’t immediately return a request for comment on how the pair’s scheme was uncovered.

If convicted, Montenegro faces a maximum of 15 years and eight months in prison. Arevalo faces a maximum of seven years, officials said.

The defendants’ lawyers couldn’t immediately be identified.


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https://abc7.com/voter-fraud-hawthorne-mayor-carlos-antonio-de-bourbon-montenegro-mark-anthony-gonsalves/8046531/
8,000 fraudulent voter registration applications filed by pair in Hawthorne election
A man who tried to run for mayor in Hawthorne is among two people charged in a voter fraud case in which thousands of fraudulent voter registration applications were allegedly submitted on behalf of homeless people.
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Wednesday, November 18, 2020 5:34PM
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A man who tried to run for mayor in Hawthorne is among two people charged in a voter fraud case in which thousands of fraudulent voter registration applications were allegedly submitted on behalf of homeless people.
HAWTHORNE, Calif. (CNS) -- A man who tried to run for mayor in Hawthorne pleaded not guilty Tuesday in connection with an alleged voter fraud case in which thousands of fraudulent voter registration applications were allegedly submitted on behalf of homeless people, a fraud effort that prosecutors allege was being funded by the criminal gang MS-13.

Carlos Antonio De Bourbon Montenegro -- also known as Mark Anthony Gonsalves -- is charged with 18 felony counts of voter fraud, 11 felony counts of procuring a false or forged instrument, two felony counts of perjury and one felony count of conspiracy to commit voter fraud, along with nine misdemeanor counts of interference with a prompt transfer of a completed affidavit, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.

Montenegro, 53, allegedly submitted more than 8,000 fraudulent voter registration applications between July and October, as well as allegedly falsifying names, addresses and signatures on nomination papers under penalty of perjury to run for mayor in Hawthorne.

According to the prosecutor in court, the fraud efforts were being funded by the criminal gang MS-13 so they could put Montenegro in an elected official position to their benefit.

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A separate investigation led authorities to discover those ballots at a motel room. That evidence was handed over to the FBI.

Prosecutors are alleging that Montenegro brought in the assistance of MS-13 and other gangs to complete fake registrations.

The District Attorney's office is arguing that Montenegro would provide names and addresses, and gang members filled out the paperwork. Once completed, the other suspect Marcos Arevalo was paid $2,000 per packet of filled out forms.

Both men pleaded not guilty. Montenegro could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted.

The conspiracy charge alleges that Montenegro submitted and filed signed nomination papers containing 41 signatures and addresses to the city clerk this summer and that just 18 of the names, addresses and signatures on the nomination papers were validated by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder's Office.

The conspiracy charge also alleges that Montenegro was subsequently issued write-in candidate nomination papers and that he "submitted and filed signed write-in candidate nomination papers containing 32 signatures and addresses for fictitious, non-existent or deceased person'' with the city clerk's office.

It further alleges that he and co-defendant Marcos Raul Arevalo "and other unknown co conspirators'' used three post office boxes in Hawthorne as well as Montenegro's home address "as mailing addresses for over 8,000 voter registration applications for fictitious, non-existent or deceased persons, that were submitted for processing to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder's Office and the California Secretary of State.''

Montenegro could face up to 15 years and eight months in state prison if convicted as charged, according to prosecutors.

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Arevalo, 34, is charged with eight counts of voter fraud, one count of conspiracy to commit voter fraud and four counts of procuring and offering a false or forged instrument, along with four misdemeanor counts of interference with a prompt transfer of a completed affidavit, and could face a maximum seven-year prison term if convicted as charged, according to the District Attorney's Office.

The case stemmed from an investigation by the DA's Bureau of Investigation. The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk's Office, FBI, Covina Police Department and the California Secretary of State's Office also assisted in the initial investigation, according to the District Attorney's Office.
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