Witness to a Crime: A Citizens' Audit of an American Election

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"Irrefutable Evidence' that Bush/Cheney stole Ohio in '04" -- Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Available from the EDA store, this 426-page hardcover first edition, autographed by the author, comes with a 600 MB CD containing 1200 digital images of actual 2004 election ballots, poll books, voter signature books, and other elections records, many obviously falsified. Much of the evidence preserved here in digital imagery--including illegally altered ballots--were subsequently destroyed by Ohio election officials,in violation of federal election law and a federal court order. See for yourself. This book and CD put the evidence in your hands. This hard-to-find, one-of-a-kind book is self-published and distributed by the author. You can order directly from R. H. Phillips at the Witness To A Crime website OR, you can order from EDA. We buy direct from the author and are one of the few sites offering this book online. We sell at our cost: $30 + $3 shipping.  Click here to purchase your copy of history

Click to hear a half-hour interview with Richard Hayes Phillips on Election Defense Radio.

Visit the Witness to a Crime website at: http://www.witnesstoacrime.com/table.htm

Download the file Shreds of Evidence to read a chapter excerpt from Witness to a Crime, detailing the illegal (and unprosecuted) destruction of the 2004 election ballots in 53 of 88 Ohio counties, in direct violation of federal law and of a court order issued by a federal district court judge.

Read the Four-Part Interview with Richard Hayes Phillips by Joan Brunwasser, Election Integrity Editor for OpEd News:
Part One: Why I was able to become an Election Fraud Investigator

Part Two: Why I was able to become an Election Fraud Investigator

Part Three: The Broken Contract Lies Upon My Office Floor

Part Four: The Silence of the Mainstream Media

Richard Hayes Phillips holds a B.A. in politics from the State University of New York at Potsdam, an M.A. in geography and an M.A. in history from the University of Oklahoma, and a Ph.D. in geomorphology from the University of Oregon. A former college professor, he has taught twelve different courses in geology, geography, and history. He has investigated the use of herbicides containing dioxin in New York, and groundwater hydrology at nuclear dump sites in New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. He has written or co-authored more than a dozen geologic and hydrologic papers, in both English and Spanish, which he submitted to regulatory agencies. He has four times been recognized as an expert witness in state and federal proceedings, twice as a geologist, and twice as an election fraud investigator.