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PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2014 11:15 am 
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The article below is suggesting that a great many "YES" votes ended up on the "NO" table and other irregular goings-on.
I've never been a follower of conspiracy theories but the video evidence is worrying as it appears to show several vote "counters" indulging in some illegal activities.

We have one young lad furtively putting X's on blank ballot papers,( blank ballot papers present at the actual count ?? odd.) very low down where the "NO" box is.
We have a lady moving bundles of "YES" votes onto the "NO" pile.
We have an official pointing out a table of supposedly "NO" votes that is plainly stacked with "YES" votes.

Much of the photographic evidence is thanks to the fact that modern digital cameras can zoom in from great distances, as many a Cabinet Minister has discovered when walking in Downing Street with papers under their arms.

Anybody, whether a NO or a YES supporter should look into this, as at very least there are some individuals with some difficult questions to answer, at worst do we have to question the democracy we live under?.
There are a couple of petitions on the go that could force an investigation, we should sign them, I have, as this will rumble on if we don't and will cause problems in the future. :?

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/sep/22/scottish-referendum-vote-rigging-claims-recount-petitions


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 24, 2014 3:45 pm 
You know the rules, NOS. Post under your real name or not at all

Herby.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 24, 2014 5:43 pm 
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While agreeing with Novus (the Latin gent) it is almost par for the course that the losers search frantically for a way to discredit the result.
And A. Salmond has not acted very statesmanlike in his public utterances after the result, sniping at all and sundry - a bad case of sour grapes.
And a wee note to our administrator, who appears to be keeping his head below the parapet - this Novus fellow seems to have successfully dodged the identity disclosure edict.


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