Florida: Pensacola Muslim charged after supporting ISIS

Abdur Rashid Bin Jackson

Abdur Rashid Bin Jackson

Source: Trial set for suspected Pensacola ISIL supporter  h/t Jihad Watch

An October trial date has been set for a Pensacola man charged with lying to federal agents who were investigating his alleged support of the Islamic State.

Robert Blake Jackson, 31, was arraigned Wednesday morning on one count of making materially false statements in a federal investigation. Jackson has pleaded not guilty to the charge, and he has been scheduled to stand trial Oct. 3.

A criminal complaint affidavit alleges that on several occasions in 2014 and 2015, Jackson made Facebook postings expressing support for extremist terrorist groups and stating a desire to assist the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS or ISIL). The affidavit also alleges Jackson was fired from a Pensacola telemarketing business for viewing ISIL and other terrorist-related websites and videos on his work computer.

Jackson denied the activities in a June 2015 interview with FBI agents, but investigators were allegedly able to tie the pro-ISIS posts to Jackson’s home computer. Jackson was arrested in July 2016.

In an argument for Jackson’s release, his attorney pointed out that Jackson had little prior criminal history. Jackson’s counsel also noted he had no actual affiliation with ISIL, and his statements represented “some strange fantasy.”

U.S. Magistrate Judge Charles J. Kahn Jr., ultimately determined Jackson was a danger to the community and ordered he remain in custody pending his trial — noting that “lone wolf” terrorist attacks had become the norm, and that Jackson allegedly expressed a desire to see Jews and Americans burn in “hellfire.”

In his detention order, Kahn wrote, “During the course of the June 2015 FBI interview, the defendant told serial falsehoods having been advised of the consequences. Although he is charged with (false statement), I cannot overlook the substance and quantity of the online statements made by the defendant. A number of these statements condone, at best, and encourage, at worst, violence toward those he perceives as opponents of ISIS. I also cannot overlook the defendant’s expressions that he would like to be of assistance, or even be part of, known terror organizations.”

Jackson faces up to five years in federal prison if convicted of making false statements. Assistant United States Attorney David L. Goldberg is prosecuting the case, and Thomas Keith will provide Jackson’s defense.


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According to Jackson’s warrant affidavit, the FBI’s San Diego Division began reviewing the Facebook profile of “Abdur Rashid Bin Jackson” in early October 2014 after becoming aware of pro-ISIL posts.

On Sept. 19, 2014, the user posted a picture of the ISIL flag and an ISIL recruitment video. Another Facebook user posted the question “Are you isis?” to which Abdur Rashid Bin Jackson replied, “… l am not ISIS, though I wish I could help.”

Other information on the Facebook page indicated Jackson lived in Pensacola, and on Jan. 29, 2015, a local telemarketing business reported they had fired Jackson for viewing terrorism-related websites and videos on his work computer, the affidavit said.

Ohio: Muslim charged with 10 counts of murder in Dayton triple slaying

Likely a jailhouse convert after his first manslaughter conviction. Allah akbar!

Source: Triple slaying suspect charged with 10 counts of murder | DAYTON | www.daytondailynews.com

DAYTON — The man accused of killing three people on Wednesday in Dayton faces 28 charges, including 10 murder counts, according to the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office.

Muhammad Shabazz Ali, 61, is accused of shooting to death Tammy Cox, 53, Michael D. Cox, 25, and Jasper Taylor, 74, at 35 Oxford Ave. on Wednesday. A three-prosecutor panel met earlier Friday to discuss charges against Ali, who is being held in Montgomery County Jail.

A prosecutor’s office spokeswoman said the 28 counts included: four for aggravated murder, six for murder, six for aggravated burglary, two for kidnapping, eight for felonious assault and one each for having weapons under disability and failure to comply with the order of an officer.

The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office listed multiple gunshot wounds for the cause of death for Tammy Cox and Jasper Taylor. Paperwork was not complete on Michael Cox late Friday afternoon.

Including a separate killing on Friday near Salem Avenue, Dayton has had 25 homicides so far in 2016. Dayton had 27 in all of 2014 and 29 in all of 2015.

A neighbor of Ali’s said she’d seen several arguments between him and Tammy Cox.

“When he first moved here, he was a really nice guy,” said Erin Buck, who said Ali would mow people’s yards without being asked. “He always helped people a lot, but I did see his interaction with (Tammy Cox). They’d argue sometimes. She’d come out crying and end up getting on a bus … take off walking.”

Buck said her daughter saw Tammy Cox leave Ali’s house upset on Wednesday morning.

Buck said Ali was alternatively friendly or uncommunicative with neighbors. She said she noticed a difference in his behavior after she said he recently hurt himself trimming a tree while doing odd jobs.

“He’d say, ‘I’m still here, but I’m not doing good, I’m not doing good at all,’ ” Buck said, adding that a nurse was visiting Ali nearly every day. “My little girl cried because (Tammy Cox) was a very, very nice person.”

Ali went to Day-Mont Behavioral Health Care on Wednesday morning and was throwing chairs and repeatedly yelling, “I want my medication!” according to 911 calls from the facility.

Police sources said they took Ali to Grandview Medical Center for a mental evaluation and that he was released a few hours later.

At 3:15 p.m. Wednesday, Ali returned to Day-Mont carrying a handgun 10 minutes after police said Ali killed three people. Police apprehended Ali as he entered Day-Mont.

Ali served more than 20 years in prison for a 1988 voluntary manslaughter conviction in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court when he was known as Robert W. Ford.

“I knew he had done a long prison sentence so I kind of assumed it was for a homicide,” Buck said.

Ali, then known as Ford, was found guilty of stabbing to death Angela Richardson. Media and police reports indicated Richardson died at 3026 Wexford Place when she was stabbed in the back after an argument at about 3 a.m. on April 24, 1988.

Her sister told this news organization that Angela was 21 years old and 8 months pregnant with Ford’s child.

The Montgomery County prosecutor will seek the death penalty in the triple shooting case against Ali, officials announced in a release Tuesday.

Idaho: Prosecutor Still Defending Muslim ‘Refugees’ in Rape of 5-Year Old American Girl

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Source: ‘Refugees’ in ‘rape’ of Idaho girl, 5, being ‘protected’

The prosecutor in a case involving refugee boys, who allegedly molested a young girl in Idaho, is going to extraordinary lengths to downplay the seriousness of the crime and speak out in defense of the perpetrators.

In other words, Grant Loebs isn’t sounding much like a prosecutor at all, says an attorney now working for the family of the 5-year-old victim, and he should not be allowed to continue on the case.

To counter the narrative crafted by Loebs – basically that their daughter was not raped and that some unknown and lesser form of sexual assault took place by a single boy – the family of the little girl has hired a new lawyer who is firing back at Loebs.

Mark Guerry may be one of the few lawyers in Twin Falls who is not afraid to criticize Loebs’s handling of a sensitive case involving Muslim refugees that has split this community in half. Guerry ran against Loebs for the prosecutor’s post in the last election. But he says that’s in the past, and his efforts to take up the cause of the victim’s family has nothing to do with politics. In fact, he says, he won’t be running again for prosecutor.

Guerry said he was hired not only to represent the family’s legal interests but to counter the false narrative being spun by Loebs in the courts of public opinion.

He is calling on Loebs to resign or be recalled and disbarred from practicing law in Idaho, citing his “unprofessional and unethical” conduct.

Last Wednesday, Loebs went on KBOI 670 Radio in Boise for the sole purpose of talking down the seriousness of the assault on a special-needs girl by refugees from Sudan and Iraq in the laundry room of the apartment complex where the little girl lives with her family. The incident occurred on June 2 and hit the conservative media about two weeks later amid charges of a cover-up by local authorities in Twin Falls.

Loebs stressed in the latest round of interviews that he was “just playing by the rules” and that “truth is not a cover-up, just reality.” He has said there was no weapon involved in the crime, no gang rape, and the whole crime amounted to a “mostly false” news story pushed by “anti-Muslim” activists and websites.

He also told KBOI that the alleged perpetrators’ status as refugees was “unconfirmed.” The Sudanese boys charged in the assault are aged 10 and 14 while the Iraqi boy is 7.

Surely, Guerry says, a county prosecutor with Loebs’ years of experience should be able to find out, more than two months after the crime, exactly how the three boys entered the country. If he wanted to. The fact that he has not done so almost guarantees the boys are indeed refugees. But he said this fact doesn’t fit the narrative of the Twin Falls political hierarchy, which is heavily invested in the continued influx of refugees to work in area factories such as Chobani.

The refugees are resettled in Twin Falls by the College of Southern Idaho, which works under a contractual relationship with the U.S. Committee on Refugees and Immigrants, or USCRI, one of nine major private agencies that get paid with federal tax dollars to secretly place refugees into more than 300 U.S. cities and towns in 49 states. Roughly half of the 85,000 refugees who arrive in the U.S. this year will be Muslim, more than any other single religious affiliation, according to Pew Research Center.

Gerry is now saying Loebs has committed the ultimate sin of a prosecutor – failing to “zealously protect the interests of the victim,” and thus should not be allowed to continue on the case.

“He goes on KBOI and is playing this ‘I just play by the rules’ spin. He himself is the one who has violated all the rules of professional conduct and confidentiality and his duty to zealously protect the victim,” Guerry said. “He’s abdicated that whole responsibility. From the very beginning of the case, he’s been saying there’s no gang rape, no knife, no tardiness by the police in their response to the crime scene.”

Loebs also appeared on KIDO 580 Radio in Boise “to make sure everyone in Idaho knows how to think about this case,” Guerry said.

Guerry said the little victim was penetrated by at least one of the boys in at least one way, possibly more. Her parents told WND in an earlier article that their daughter told them she was threatened with a knife and had a deep scratch on her neck. The fact that police didn’t find a knife at the crime scene when they allegedly responded at least two hours later does not rule out that a knife was used to quickly force the girl inside the laundry room, Guerry said.

The girl had been playing outside with her mother when her mother, who is on medication for a liver disease, ran inside to use the bathroom. Within three minutes, she said she was back outside and her daughter was gone.

The judge in the case has exercised his option to seal all records from public view and issue a gag order on the families involved, but that hasn’t stopped Loebs from talking about it publicly, Guerry told WND.

“This prosecutor is the one who’s made a public spectacle of this case, talked about now nothing much happened. And he’s spent a good chunk of his time on this case ignoring, minimizing and degrading my client, and done his best to prevent this little girl from getting justice,” Guerry said. “All he’s done is push them aside, and I think he’s violated the rules of his oath and of professional conduct. I think he should be recalled and disbarred … for violating his duties of confidentiality in this case and for not zealously representing the victim, the little girl.”

Typically prosecutors, when they speak publicly about a case, will doggedly push out a message that the perpetrators need to be punished to the full extent of the law, but Loebs has taken the opposite approach.

“His public statements sound as though they represent the defendants, ignore the victim and take the side of the defendants,” Guerry said. “If that’s what you believe, then you don’t file the case to begin with.

“He’s taken a bizarre route and tried to manipulate this narrative into something that he wants, that covers everything up, but he’s not going to succeed. I’m going to lay out why he’s violating the rules of professional conduct and his own oath to represent the victim zealously, regardless of personal cost. He just wants to protect the refugee community so they can work at Chobani and so College of Southern Idaho can continue to get the refugee money.”

The controversy has also turned ugly at the city council level.

“One of the city council members, Greg Lanting, got on Facebook over the weekend and criticized the family. He said this is a sealed case, and then, in the next sentence, says this little girl was never penetrated. The height of dishonestly,” Guerry said.

Back in June, another councilman insulted those who claimed a cover-up was in progress as merely “white supremacists” who were against refugees.

And the Obama-appointed U.S. attorney for Idaho, Wendy Olson, inserted herself into the case, saying any Idahoan who issued false, threatening or “inflammatory” statements about the Muslim perpetrators risked prosecution. She later walked back the comments after being roundly rebuked by a number of legal scholars who said there was no federal law against “inflammatory” speech.

“They’re talking, they’re lying, and he’s violating the rules and the confidentiality in a sealed case, so we don’t have much choice but to hit back,” Guerry said.

Guerry said Loebs is counting on the fact that interest in the case will eventually wane.


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DO NOT LET INTEREST IN THIS CASE OF CORRUPT LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL OFFICIALS PROTECTING MUSLIM INVADERS OVER AMERICAN GIRLS WANE!

Even when they Threaten Americans Who Exposed This Muslim Refugee Sex Crime!

 

UC-Irvine sanctions Muslim students for terrorizing Jewish campus event

Again. Source: UCI sanctions Muslim students for laying siege to Jewish event

After months of deliberation, the University of California, Irvine has concluded its investigation into its Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter, deeming the group worthy of sanctions for intimidating Israeli students.

Campus Reform initially reported in May that a film-screening hosted by a Jewish student group on campus was disrupted by a protest “organized and led” by SJP, the school has finally conceded.

As a result, though, SJP will merely be issued a “written warning, effective immediately.” The school insists, however, that the warning will last a really long time—all the way until March of next year, to be exact.

The only apparent consequence of the warning is that SJP will be forced to host “an educational program by November 18 2016,” according to an email obtained by Campus Reform.

“After a thorough review, the student conduct investigation is now complete,” Vice Chancellor Thomas Parham wrote in a campus-wide email. “The investigators found that Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), the group that organized and led the protest, violated Student Conduct Policies regarding disruption: ‘Obstruction or disruption of teaching, research, administration, disciplinary procedures, or other University activities.’”

The move comes on the heels of increased pressure mounted on UCI’s administration by local Jewish advocacy groups, many of which protested the lack of action taken by the school.

At least 36 activist groups, in fact, condemned the administration for its response, saying in a letter that UCI “consistently turns a blind eye to acts of anti-Semitism.”

Just this year, though, at least nine incidents of anti-Semitic activity have occurred on UCI’s campus, the disruption caused by SJP being the most recent, where one student was left no choice but to hide from an approaching mob of protesters.

Notably, the school’s College Republican chapter was recently suspended because of an administrative technicality. Due to national outrage, though, that decision was later overturned.

In his Thursday letter, Parham noted SJP’s constitutional right to protest, but cited its hostility and intimidation as grounds for the suspension.

“UCI values its diverse mix of cultures and opinions,” he wrote. “We support and defend groups exercising free speech and assembly, yet we must protect everyone’s right to express themselves without disruption. This is a bedrock principle of our university. Let’s continue to work together to foster a safe environment that allows the open, civil, and robust exchange of ideas to flourish.”


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Dearbornistan: Woman avoids rapejihad after Iraqi stalks her, traps her in her garage

Diversity alert! Source: Man allegedly stalks woman, charged with three counts of breaking and entering

DEARBORN –Ali Alsoweidi, 21, was arrested on July 27 on three counts of breaking and entering, after a female resident contacted police and claimed that she found him in her garage, where he allegedly revealed he had been stalking her.

The incident occurred on the 6400 block of Coleman Street, in east Dearborn.

The resident, a Caucasian female in her 40s, had come home shortly before midnight and parked her car inside her detached garage. She had secured all garage doors and entered her home.

But moments later, her dogs began barking. From inside her home, she observed a bicycle leaning against her garage door. The pedestrian door for the garage was also wide open.

The woman went to investigate the suspicious activity and discovered Alsoweidi, a Dearborn resident, sitting inside of her vehicle in the garage.

She told police Alsoweidi attempted to trap her in the garage and had told her that he had been “observing her for a while.” He’d revealed that he had a fixation on her and even described clothing that she had recently worn.

It remains unclear if he lives near her home. The woman had never seen Alsoweidi prior to the incident.

She also claimed that he threatened to return and seek revenge on her if she contacted authorities.

The woman was able to escape after he pushed her against her garage door opener. Once the garage door opened, the woman ran inside her home and called the police.

Alsoweidi fled the scene on his bicycle. The woman provided a detailed description to police, who later found him a short distance away.

Judge Mark Somers arraigned him in 19th District Court. His bond was set at $5,000, with a GPS tether.

In a statement, Dearborn Police Chief Ron Haddad said the woman’s swift actions helped police catch him within moments after their encounter.

“We are grateful that the victim took the initiative to contact the police immediately, which allowed us to quickly respond and investigate the matter,” Haddad said. “Due to the actions of the victim, the Dearborn Police were able to arrest the suspect quickly and remove a felon from the streets.”

Alsoweidi waived his right to a preliminary exam and has been bound over to the Third Circuit Court. The Wayne County Prosecutor’s office charged him with breaking and entering with intent, entering with breaking, and breaking and entering a motor vehicle.

An Iraqi-American, Alsoweidi graduated from Fordson High School.

Since TheAANews broke the story, Alsoweidi’s family contacted us to deny the claims that he was stalking the victim.

This wasn’t Alsoweidi’s first run-in with the law.

Earlier that month, on July 3, he was arrested and charged with two counts–robbery, and breaking and entering a building with intent in Dearborn.

On July 22, he had posted $1,000 bond and took a plea at the Third Circuit Court. He had been slated for a sentencing hearing on September 7.

However, the new charges from the July 27 incident set that timeline off-course.

A Disposition conference was held on August 25 to overview his charges.

Ontario judge defends Islam as he sentences three Muslims for jihad activities

Suliman Mohamed, Ashton & Carlos Larmond as they appeared in court

Source: Ontario judge compares ISIL to the devil as he sentences three Ottawa men who planned to join jihadist group | National Post

Ontario Superior Court Justice Colin McKinnon, in handing down sentences for the surprise guilty pleas, said homegrown terrorism is a virulent form of cancer that needs to be aggressively eradicated, and that the terrorist plans of the three men were a betrayal of the teachings of Islam.

“It is now hoped that they learn the error of their ways and the utter futility of pursuing jihadist terrorist causes, which constitutes a one-way street to inevitable disaster,” the judge told court. McKinnon said pledging allegiance to ISIL is like pledging allegiance to the devil.

Ashton Larmond, the 25-year-old “director” of Ottawa’s cluster network, seemed the most confident in the prisoner’s box, standing up straight away, saying he takes full responsibility, that he’ll learn from his mistakes and that it will never happen again.

Larmond, clean-cut and wearing a suit, was sentenced to 17 years for instructing a person to carry out a terrorist activity. When he walked out of Court Room 30, he smiled and waved to friends in the gallery, then shook his lawyer’s hand firmly. Joseph Addelman wished him good luck.

Addelman told Postmedia that the sentence reflects Larmond’s degree of responsibility, and his guilty plea allowed his followers, twin brother Carlos Larmond and Suliman Mohamed, 23, to get more favourable sentences. Carlos Larmond and Mohamed were each sentenced to seven years.

Carlos Larmond was arrested in January 2015 at a Montreal airport as he was boarding a flight overseas with plans of joining ISIL. He sold his belongings on the Internet before taking a train from Ottawa to the Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. His descent into extremism was quick and came at the behest of his dominant twin brother. In RCMP wiretaps, Carlos expressed hatred for Imams who preach modern Islam. He said they’re worse than infidels because they tell Muslims to sharpen pencils instead of knives.

Ashton Larmond gave up his street life in Vanier in 2011 when he converted to Islam. He went from ecstasy parties and hip hop to studying an extreme form of Islam, and when his passport was revoked days before a scheduled flight overseas to join ISIL, he grew increasingly frustrated and instead spent his time recruiting others — including and unbeknownst to him, an undercover RCMP agent.

The RCMP’s case against the three men involved wiretap and informant-provided body-wire evidence. That evidence revealed, in particular, disturbing thoughts and plans by the Ottawa network’s director, Ashton Larmond:

  • On the day Michael Zehaf-Bibeau unleashed homegrown Islamist terrorism in Ottawa on Oct 22. 2014, Ashton Larmond said he had bigger plans for his jihadist crew, saying a better strike on soldiers would be to storm Fort Bragg in a cement truck loaded with enough assault rifles and explosives to wage a three-day war against U.S. troops.
  • After seeing a soldier at Tim Hortons, he said he wanted to slit his throat.
  • He is heard telling his twin brother how the attack in a Sydney, Australia, café should have gone down: “You take the head off one of them, then you’re in control.”
  • He tells his twin brother that he knows the police are “afraid of them .. they know our religion very well, this is why they’re scared. Because they know what our religion says about killing and stuff.”
  • He met the undercover police agent in the parking lot of an Ottawa mosque to give him $1,300 in an envelope to book a flight overseas to join ISIL.

Mohamed was the only terrorist who showed emotion in the prisoner’s box, and when asked if he wanted to say anything in court, he wiped away tears as he read a handwritten statement. It was written in pencil and Mohamed’s hands shook as he read.

“It is something I am not proud of and I would like to make amends. My time in custody has reminded me of my Canadian values and who I really am. It has shown me that I do not agree with extremism in any way,” Mohamed told court.


Did anyone ask the judge specifically which teaching of Islam the actions of these three Muslims were a betrayal of? How does the judge separate “homegrown terror” from Islam?

Islam Watch has two posts recently that the judge should read as he is guilty on both accounts. First, Tropes about Islam:

Trope: “A significant or recurrent theme; a motif.” (OED).

“A common or overused theme or device.” (Mirriam-Webster).

In the west there are a number of such tropes about Islam that are widely used. What unites all of them is that they are false. Some are bare-faced lies, others are more subtle and contain various grains of truth within the myths and falsehoods. What follows is a discussion and a few examples of some of these.

The “Islam is the religion of peace” trope.

This is the Daddy of them all and so widely used that it has become a mantra.

It is a sub-trope of the “It’s nothing to do with Islam!” trope (below), but I could not avoid treating it separately given it’s prominence.

It is regularly and reliably trotted out as the first, almost Pavlovian, response to an Islamic terror attack which kills westerners.

Second, Stop Running Away from the Quran:

…there is no shortage of offensive commands in the Quran. Pick your favorite outrage, or select from the list below, all of which are criminal acts in the U.S.:

  • Chopping off hands of petty thieves (Surah 5:38)
  • Death for apostasy (Surah 4:89)
  • Inequality of women (Surahs 2:282 and 4:11)
  • Paradise promised for those who “kill and are killed.” (Surah 9:111)
  • Perpetual warfare against non-Muslims (Surahs 2:216 and 9:123)
  • Polygamy (Surah 4:3)
  • Rape of captives (Surah 33:50)
  • Sex with young girls (Surah 65:4)
  • Treating women as “tilth” – marital rape (Surah 2:223)
  • Wife beating (Surah 4:34)

Pretty sure they’d all be crimes in Canada too. Unless you are Muslim.

Palm Beach: Supervisor of Elections Held Secret Meetings with Muslims, Dems on Terror Mosque Voting Location

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Susan Bucher, Supervisor of Elections of Palm Beach County, Florida

An update on this post. via: The United West: Boca Raton Mosque – Too Extreme for Palm Beach Voting Location

In the midst of this controversy it was discovered that in early 2016, Susan Bucher, Supervisor of Elections of Palm Beach Co., FL in collaboration with ICBR President Bassem Alhalabi selected the Islamic Center of Boca Raton as a polling center for the upcoming 2016 presidential election.

However, public outcry forced Bucher to select an alternative voting location for the upcoming 2016 election season.

As the public outcry led to media coverage, Bucher and AlHalabi organized a meeting on July 19 that was held at the ICBR.  In attendance were a cross-section of liberal and progressive political leaders that included ACLU of Florida President Mark Schneider, J-Street Regional Director Scott Brockman, Emerge USA/FL chairman Suhail Nanji, Chairman, Boca Raton City Councilman Jeremy Rodgers and American Muslim Democratic Caucus regional director Kashif Mohammad.

The purpose of the meeting was to insure that the ICBR would be a voting location in a future election cycle in Palm Beach Co. if Bucher is reelected in 2016.

The ICBR, a well-known Islamic extremist mosque, has promoted organizations calling for the “Killing of Jews” and has informed its members on “How Can I Train Myself for Jihad.”

TheUnitedWest.org presents incontrovertible evidence of the ICBR’s Jihadist support, Jew Hatred, and radical Islamic ties in the following exposé titled, “BUSTED: Boca Raton Mosque, too extreme for Palm Beach Voting location!”


 Update: We were informed that Bucher was up for re-election on August 30 and won easily. Expect many more secret meetings among Muslims and much more Islamization in Palm Beach County.

Contact information:

Susan Bucher, Supervisor of Elections
240 South Military Trail
West Palm Beach, FL 33415
Email: susanbucher@pbcelections.org

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