Two of the people convicted of trying to buy votes in the 2004 election are back at work… at their city jobs!
Sheila Thomas and Jesse Lewis were back at their jobs in the department of regulatory affairs yesterday. Thomas is a clerk and Lewis a housing inspector.
Both were fired after their June convictions and they’re due to be sentenced in October.
A federal jury convicted Thomas, Lewis and three others of felony conspiracy to commit vote fraud in the November Second election. Thomas, Lewis and two others were also convicted of election fraud.
Gateway Pundit had extensive coverage of the guilty verdicts back in June.
This stinks to high heaven.
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