- A senatorial candidate in the 2004 election is suspected
of suppressing vital information regarding the electronic manipulation
of votes in the 2000 elections. This system of fraud, if still in place,
can be used again in the 2004 general election this coming Tuesday, November
- Dr. Piotr Blass, a U.S. senatorial candidate in the state
of Florida, is reported to be withholding evidence which reveals details
regarding the manipulation of votes using the names of individuals who
have been placed on the felons list. This is the charge being leveled by
Jeff Fisher, who is himself a democratic congressional candidate for Florida's
16th congressional district.
- Mr. Fisher believes Dr. Blass is denying the public this
crucial evidence in order to protect Joseph Klock, an attorney who facilitated
the release of Dr. Blass' son from an abusive treatment center. Mr. Klock
was, coincidentally, the attorney for former congresswoman Katherine Harris
who was the Secretary of State during the contested 2000 Florida recount
which helped put George W. Bush in the White House.
- "Dr. Blass obtained this information when he was
on the staff at Bay Point School," Fisher stated. Bay Point School
is a juvenile correctional facility in the Miami area. "I was told
the school is a suspected training ground in computer science and programming
for juvenile delinquents who manipulate electronic voting, without a true
audit trail. It is believed that this activity is taking place not only
there but in several schools like these nationwide. If true, then Bay Point
School could be the Florida connection."
- Fisher alleges the school has direct connections with
Joseph Klock, and that Blass informed him that his loyalty to Klock is
more important than the truth about how the 2000 election was manipulated,
and how it is possible for a repeat to occur in the upcoming November general
- "This is unacceptable and, in my opinion, borders
on treason," said Fisher, who was visibly upset that someone might
help cover-up more election fraud in Florida. "Over the last few days
I have been in direct contact with progressive investigative journalist
Greg Palast of Gregpalast.com, with the information that was supposed to
be delivered to Greg Palast," he added. "But the sender was told
by Dr. Blass not to send it. I then informed Greg's senior researcher,
Mr. Oliver, about this critical development. I have had partial information
in my possession for the past three months. Unfortunately, Dr. Blass has
prevented me from releasing it to the general public."
- Fisher stated that Dr. Blass claimed his ex-wife had
their son falsely imprisoned in a facility called Growing Together, located
in Lake Worth, Florida. "Dr. Blass implored me for help to get his
son released, which I was able to do without any thoughts of compensation
whatsoever," Fisher said. "Then, during the next few months,
Dr. Blass began telling me of this vital vote tampering information. Together,
we developed a plan to get this information to John Kerry, and Dr. Blass
asked me to contact Mr. Kerry through Charles Figley, a campaign liaison."
- According to Fisher, those failed efforts influenced
Dr. Blass to seek assistance from Klock.
- "Dr. Blass is obstructing justice by withholding
vital vote tampering information. I would greatly appreciate the help of
the American Civil Liberty Union or a competent vote fraud investigator
to address a serious and potentially ongoing voting problem in Florida..
- Mr. Fisher can be contacted at Jefffisherforcongress@walkingwithfisher.com.