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From: Simon Murphy <mr.simo...@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 9:11 AM
Subject: Complaint to Gardai and online Petition
To: Dorothee Krien


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Criminal Complaint against The Referendum Commission, Returning Officers, José Manuel Barroso, The European Commission, Brian Cowen and subsequent persons involved in the Lisbon Treaty Campaign.



The facts outlined below will prove that the Lisbon Treaty Referendum of 2/10/09 is Null and Void under Irish and European law. I present two separate points that shall subsequently be proven:


  1. The Irish Government, alongside the European Commission ran a fraudulent and illegal campaign for the Lisbon Treaty Referendum.

  2. Numerous violations of Irish Referendum law and discrepancies that call into question the security and validity of the votes themselves, default the Irish vote to the result of the last Referendum on the Lisbon Treaty.



1) The intervention of the European Commission, entailing massive expenditure of money to influence Irish opinion towards a Yes, the running of a web-site and the issuing of statements that sought to counter No-side arguments, and the advocacy of a Yes vote by Commission President Barroso and other Commissioners and their staffs during visits to Ireland. This is unlawful under European law, as the Commission has no function in relation to the ratification of new Treaties, something that is exclusively a matter for the Member States under their own constitutional procedures;

2.) The part funding of the posters and press advertising of most of Ireland’s Yes-side political parties by their sister parties in the European Parliament, even though it is illegal under Irish law to receive donations from sources outside the country in a referendum and even though, under European law, money provided by the European Parliament to cross-national political parties is supposed to be confined to informational-type material and to avoid partisan advocacy;

3) The Irish Government’s unlawful use of public funds in circulating to voters a postcard with details of the so-called “assurances” of the European Council, followed by a brochure some time later containing a tendentious summary of the provisions of the Lisbon Treaty, as well as other material - steps that were in breach of the 1995 Irish Supreme Court judgment in McKenna that it is unconstitutional of the Government to use public funds to seek to obtain a particular result in a referendum;

4) The failure of the country’s statutory Referendum Commission to carry out its function under the Referendum Act that established it of explaining to citizens how the proposed constitutional amendment and its text would affect the Irish Constitution. Instead the Commission’s Chairman, Judge Frank Clarke, turned the Commission into an arm of Government propaganda, while the judge indulged himself in various “solo-runs” on radio and in the newspapers, giving several erroneous explanations of provisions of the Lisbon Treaty, even though this was quite beyond his powers under the Act;

5)Huge expenditure of money by private companies such as Intel and Ryanair to advocate a Yes vote, without any statutory limit, in possible breach of Irish company and tax law, and undoubtedly constituting a major democratic abuse.

6)Breaches by the Irish broadcast media of their obligation under the Broadcasting Acts to be fair to all interests concerned in their coverage of issues of public controversy and debate. Newstalk 106, owned by Mr Denis O’Brien, a committed supporter of the Yes side, was quite shameless in its partisanship on its current affairs programmes.


I have personally posted a petition online containing this information.

To date 614 signatures have been received in 24 hours, and the number is steadily increasing.

Petition and signatures can be viewed here.


http://www.gopetition.com/online/31224.html


Attached is a small section of the signatures.



614 ms amie clancy limerick Ireland View Oct 05, 2009

613 Ms Catherine Kelly Roscommon Ireland Ireland View Oct 05, 2009

612 Mr Geoffrey Duggan Tallaght Dublin Ireland Oct05, 2009

611 Mr Michael McEvoy London UK Oct05, 2009

610 Mr André Jönsson Malmö Sweden Oct 05, 2009

609 Mr adam kukoleck saint petersburg florida USA View Oct 05, 2009

608 None Paul Brooks Bristol UK Oct05, 2009

607 Mr Brian Jørgensen Odense Denmark View Oct 05, 2009

606 mr ciaran delaney PORTLOAISE Ireland View Oct 05, 2009

605 Mr Chris Ridgway Altrincham, Cheshire UK View Oct 05, 2009

604 mr terry simkins st austell UK View Oct 05, 2009

603 Mr Kieran Cosgrave Milltown Co. Kerry Ireland View Oct 05, 2009

602 Mrs Stella Ridgway Altrincham, Cheshire UK View Oct 05, 2009

601 Mr Mark Ashworth London UK Oct05, 2009

600 Mr Howard Johnson London UK Oct05, 2009

599 Ms Evangeline Hyland navan Meath Ireland Oct05, 2009

598 mr anthony tierney dublin Ireland View Oct 05, 2009

597 Mr Derek Bennett Walsall UK Oct05, 2009

596 mr brendan drew plainfield ct USA Oct 05, 2009

595 Mr Gareth Cooper Dublin Ireland Oct05, 2009

594 Mr. Niall O'Riordan Conna Co. Cork Ireland View Oct 05, 2009

593 Mrs Marie Campbell Longford Longford Ireland Oct05, 2009

592 Mr Shane Clarke Letterkenny Donegal Ireland View Oct 05, 2009

591 Ms Caroline M Ryan Staten Island NY USA Oct 05, 2009

590 mr kido sjorre berlin Germany Oct 05, 2009

589 Mr Anthony Flynn mullingar Ireland Oct05, 2009

588 Mr Donnecha Clancy Staten Island NY USA Oct 05, 2009

587 ms debbie downes dublin Ireland Oct05, 2009

586 Ms Brenda Walsh London UK View Oct 05, 2009

585 Mr Danny Kiernan Longford Ireland Oct05, 2009

584 Mr Barry O'Riordan Cork Ireland Oct05, 2009

583 Ms Jennifer Connell Galway city Connacht Ireland Oct05, 2009

582 Mr Nigel Reid Dublin Ireland Oct 05, 2009

581 Mr Richard Shaw Dudley UK Oct05, 2009

580 Ms Hazel McCoy Glendalough Ireland Oct05, 2009

579 An t-Uasal Máirtín Ó Maoláin Gaillimh Ireland Oct05, 2009

578 miss Joanne Finnegan Dublin Ireland Oct05, 2009

577 ms mag kinsella new ross co wexford Ireland Oct05, 2009

576 Ms Sarah Heavey Ballivor Ireland Oct05, 2009

575 Mr Robert Yarham Norwich UK Oct05, 2009


II.


  • Under Irish law, ballot boxes are required to be delivered by members of the Gardai to the polling stations at 7:00 am on the date the election takes place.


  • This legal requirement applies to ALL polling in Ireland, whether elections or referendums.


  • On this occasion, however, the ballot boxes were delivered to the private residences of the polling/Returning Officers, 48 hours prior to the Referendum.


  • A number of honest Returning Officers formally objected to this BREACH OF PROCEDURE, and to the concomitant prospective breach of security, let alone of the electoral legislation.


  • We understand that such objections were officially dismissed out of hand on the spurious and diversionary grounds that the ballot boxes possessed no commercial value, so it would be in nobody’s commercial interest to steal them.


  • The central issue – that since the Irish ballot boxes were delivered 48 hours early they could be ‘stuffed’ with YES votes by returning officers, as routinely happens in places like the former Soviet Republic of Georgia – was of course not addressed.


  • The Irish voters were given pencils to make their mark on the ballot, even though all Irish electoral ballots are supposed to be filled with black pen.


  • Almost nobody was asked for any form of ID or information at the polling stations.


  • The ballot boxes were left unattended and moved about by many people without question.


  • At least one box in Cork was removed from the count centre by an unknown individual as shown in the attached picture and video link.


  • Many foreign nationals and others who were not legally entitled to vote voted in this Referendum. Irish Times article “Gardai to investigate suspected vote fraud”, shows seven voters registered to an empty house.

http://www.independent.ie/national-news/gardai-to-investigate-suspected-vote-fraud-1803847.html


  • It follows that, given that the local electoral law was flouted, THE OUTCOME OF THE IRISH REFERENDUM IS FRAUDULENT AND MUST IMMEDIATELY BE DECLARED NULL AND VOID.





Video here: Irish Referendum Count at Cork City Hall

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nq-OhRZX8dw





References:

http://www.nationalplatform.org/

http://www.indymedia.ie/article/94119

http://www.dublincity.ie/YourCouncil/LocalElections2009/Documents/LocalElectionsRegulations1995consolidatedFeb09.pdf - Local Elections Regulations 1995 -2009

http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/plweb-cgi/fastweb?state_id=1254787096&view=ag-view&numhitsfound=7&query_rule=%28%28$query3%29%29%3Alegtitle&query3=Electoral%20Act,%201992&docid=48488&docdb=Acts&dbname=Acts&dbname=SIs&sorting=none&operator=and&TemplateName=predoc.tmpl&setCookie=1 - Irish Electoral Act 1992

http://www.worldreports.org/news/235_the_irish_referendum_outcome_is_null_and_void




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The Irish Government ran a fraudulent and illegal campaign for the Lisbon Treaty

http://www.gopetition.com/online/31224.html
The Irish Government ran a fraudulent and illegal campaign for the Lisbon Treaty
974 Signatures
Published by Alan K on Oct 04, 2009
Category: Human Rights
Region: Ireland
Target: Everybody willing should file these charges at your local police station.
Background (Preamble):
The facts outlined below will prove that the Lisbon Treaty Referendum of 2/10/09 is Null and Void under Irish and European law. I present two separate points that shall subsequently be proven:

I. Numerous violations of Irish Referendum law and discrepancies that call into question the security and validity of the votes themselves, default the Irish vote to the result of the last Referendum on the Lisbon Treaty.

II. The Irish Government, alongside the European Commission ran a fraudulent and illegal campaign for the Lisbon Treaty Referendum.


If everybody reading this downloaded the printable version and filed it with the Gardai, there's no way they could continue unhindered.
Download here:
http://rs482.rapidshare.com/files/289213634/Criminal_Complaint.doc

Petition:
I.

Under Irish law, ballot boxes are required to be delivered by members of the Gardai to the polling stations at 7:00 am on the date the election takes place.

This legal requirement applies to ALL polling in Ireland, whether elections or referendums.

On this occasion, however, the ballot boxes were delivered to the private residences of the polling/Returning Officers, 48 hours prior to the Referendum.

A number of honest Returning Officers formally objected to this BREACH OF PROCEDURE, and to the concomitant prospective breach of security, let alone of the electoral legislation.

We understand that such objections were officially dismissed out of hand on the spurious and diversionary grounds that the ballot boxes possessed no commercial value, so it would be in nobody’s commercial interest to steal them.

The central issue – that since the Irish ballot boxes were delivered 48 hours early they could be ‘stuffed’ with YES votes by returning officers, as routinely happens in places like the former Soviet Republic of Georgia – was of course not addressed.

The Irish voters were given pencils to make their mark on the ballot, even though all Irish electoral ballots are supposed to be filled with black pen.

Almost nobody was asked for any form of ID or information at the polling stations.

The ballot boxes were left unattended and moved about by many people without question.

At least one box in Cork was removed from the count centre by an unknown individual as shown in the attached video.


Many foreign nationals and others who were not legally entitled to vote voted in this Referendum. Irish Times article “Gardai to investigate suspected vote fraud”, shows seven voters registered to an empty house.

It follows that, given that the local electoral law was flouted, THE OUTCOME OF THE IRISH REFERENDUM IS FRAUDULENT AND MUST IMMEDIATELY BE DECLARED NULL AND VOID.

II.


1) The intervention of the European Commission, entailing massive expenditure of money to influence Irish opinion towards a Yes, the running of a web-site and the issuing of statements that sought to counter No-side arguments, and the advocacy of a Yes vote by Commission President Barroso and other Commissioners and their staffs during visits to Ireland. This is unlawful under European law, as the Commission has no function in relation to the ratification of new Treaties, something that is exclusively a matter for the Member States under their own constitutional procedures;

2) The part funding of the posters and press advertising of most of Ireland’s Yes-side political parties by their sister parties in the European Parliament, even though it is illegal under Irish law to receive donations from sources outside the country in a referendum and even though, under European law, money provided by the European Parliament to cross-national political parties is supposed to be confined to informational-type material and to avoid partisan advocacy;


3) The Irish Government’s unlawful use of public funds in circulating to voters a postcard with details of the so-called “assurances” of the European Council, followed by a brochure some time later containing a tendentious summary of the provisions of the Lisbon Treaty, as well as other material - steps that were in breach of the 1995 Irish Supreme Court judgment in McKenna that it is unconstitutional of the Government to use public funds to seek to obtain a particular result in a referendum;

4) The failure of the country’s statutory Referendum Commission to carry out its function under the Referendum Act that established it of explaining to citizens how the proposed constitutional amendment and its text would affect the Irish Constitution. Instead the Commission’s Chairman, Judge Frank Clarke, turned the Commission into an arm of Government propaganda, while the judge indulged himself in various “solo-runs” on radio and in the newspapers, giving several erroneous explanations of provisions of the Lisbon Treaty, even though this was quite beyond his powers under the Act;

5) Huge expenditure of money by private companies such as Intel and Ryanair to advocate a Yes vote, without any statutory limit, in possible breach of Irish company and tax law, and undoubtedly constituting a major democratic abuse.

6) Breaches by the Irish broadcast media of their obligation under the Broadcasting Acts to be fair to all interests concerned in their coverage of issues of public controversy and debate. Newstalk 106, owned by Mr Denis O’Brien, a committed supporter of the Yes side, was quite shameless in its partisanship on its current affairs programmes.

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Informant: Dorothee Krien


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Here is a collection of information, video, further links
http://www.globalregional.de/1GR_Spezial/Irish/1IrishEUVoteVoid.htm

Sign the Petition
http://www.gopetition.com/online/31224.html

Please distribute - Thank you

Support Vaclav Klaus! Stop the Lisbon treaty! Petition to the peoples
of Europe
http://www.petitiononline.com/mod_perl/signed.cgi?sptklaus&501


Informant: Dorothee Krien

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Joe Higgins' Speech in the European Parliament on the outcome of the
Lisbon Referendum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Yv1aNWA18I&feature=email


Informant: Dorothee Krien

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16.10.2009, 16:17:4816.10.09
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I have just read and signed the online petition:

"Support Vaclav Klaus! Stop the Lisbon treaty!"

hosted on the web by PetitionOnline.com, the free online petition
service, at:

http://www.PetitionOnline.com/sptklaus/

I personally agree with what this petition says, and I think you might
agree, too. If you can spare a moment, please take a look, and
consider signing yourself.


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