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Pamela Moses of Tennessee was sentenced to six years in prison

Pamela Moses of Tennessee was sentenced to six years in prison

Pamela Moses of Tennessee

Pamela Moses of Tennessee was sentenced to six years in prison
Pamela Moses of Tennessee was sentenced to six years in prison

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Why was “Pamela Moses” of Tennessee sentenced to six years in prison?

Over the past year, I’ve periodically been stunned by the number of Republican voters caught committing voter fraud, only to receive light sentences.

For example, Donald Kirk Hartle of Nevada received a probationary period.

So did Bruce Parma and Robert Richard in Pennsylvania.

Edward Snodgrass of Ohio was imprisoned, but only for three days.

Pamela Moses, the 44-year-old activist, has been ordered to spend six years and one day behind bars.

On Monday to register to vote despite felony convictions in 2015 that made her ineligible to do so, the Shelby County District Attorney said.

Musa pleaded guilty in 2015 to felonies including tampering with evidence and forgery, as well as misdemeanor charges of perjury.

and stalking and theft under $500 and escape.

She was ineligible to vote in Tennessee due to her tampering with evidence charges and she was currently serving seven years of probation.

None of these Republican voters committed the crimes by mistake.

On the contrary, they requested absentee ballots on behalf of deceased loved ones.

and forged signatures as part of their deliberate efforts to cheat.

“I didn’t visit anything,” she said at the hearing.

“All I did was try to get my voting rights back the way the election commission members told me and the way the employee did it.”

They were caught and charged – US election systems are already powerful enough to catch those trying to commit fraud – but the judges didn’t exactly throw the book at them.

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