Sunday, 28 September 2014

Mal ehrlich...

Crown Office to probe postal vote claims - Herald Scotland

THE Crown Office has been called in to examine allegations that pro-Union campaigners breached electoral secrecy law by examining referendum postal ballot papers to gauge how well the Better Together campaign was doing before the polls had closed.
RESULTS INSIGHT: Tory leader Ruth Davidson was encouraged by ballots.
Ruth Davidson, Conservatives
Ms Davidson said during TV coverage of the referendum, 45 minutes after the ballots closed, that the No camp had been "incredibly encouraged" by the results of a "sample opening" of the postal ballot that she said had taken place around the country over the few weeks prior to the poll closing.

                                     Wie dumm muß man/frau sein, um sowas öffentlich zu sagen? 

*The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) is responsible for the prosecution of crime in Scotland

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