Coulter facing possible felony charges

I don’t know how I missed this when it first happened, but apparently Ann Coulter is facing possible felony charges after it was discovered earlier this year that she voted in the wrong precint using the wrong home address (and verifying her incorrect address as correct). Normally, I wouldn’t care about this nearly as much as whether someone voted more than once in an election. Given all the hateful lies (one of many good resource on blogspot) Coulter spews about liberals and things like their hatred of America and their fraudulent voting methods, I felt it necessary to point out that it’s not only the liberals who have wrongful votes happening at the polls. Oh, and Coulter will not help in the investigation, which I suppose is understandable given our protection against self-incrimination (found in article V of that Bill of Rights thing that some conservatives seem to want to discount these days and liberals won’t stand up to them)

Conservative columnist Ann Coulter has refused to cooperate in an investigation into whether she voted in the wrong precinct, so the case will probably be turned over to prosecutors, Palm Beach County’s elections chief said Wednesday.

Knowingly voting in the wrong precinct is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

Elections Supervisor Arthur Anderson said his office has been looking into the matter for nearly nine months, and he would turn over the case to the state attorney’s office by Friday.

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In July, Anderson said, he received a letter from Coulter’s attorney, Marcos Daniel Jimenez D’Clouet. The letter said the attorney would only discuss the matter in person or by telephone because, he complained, Anderson had given details to the media. Anderson said the matter had to be discussed in writing.

See, we all have things we do wrong. Just most of us aren’t so publicly well known that when we accuse others of something and then do it ourselves, we don’t get caught.

[tags]Ann Coulter facing possible felony charges, Those voting laws don’t apply to me[/tags]