Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Part 2: A "Brother" Allegedly Attempted to Suppress the Black Vote

Today, the Baltimore Sun reports that Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler filed a federal lawsuit against black political consultant Julius Henson, Universal Elections and Rhonda Russell for making deceptive robocalls to Prince George's County and Baltimore Democratic voters.  For more information regarding the robocalls, click this link to my last article.  The calls were designed to suppress the black vote. 

The civil complaint alleges that the defendants violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and seeks millions of dollars in fines.  Gansler claims that he has no reason to believe that former Governor Bob Ehrlich was aware of the calls. 

To read the article, visit the Baltimore Sun website.

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