September 17, 2009

ACORN Employee: October '08 has "nothing to hide"; August '09 pleads guilty

A gracious thanks to AoSHQ reader 13times

Las Vegas Review-Journal: Oct. 08, 2008
ACORN said it had a quality-control operation of its own in place to check registration forms before they were turned in. Joe Camp, who was in charge of the effort, said he would call the phone number the registrant had listed and ask whether the information on the form was correct.
"We're proud of what we did here," Chris Edwards said. "We've got nothing to hide."
Citizen Wells: August 19, 2009
Christopher Edwards pleaded guilty this week to two gross misdemeanor counts of conspiracy to commit the crime of compensation for registration of voters. He agreed to testify against the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, known as ACORN, and Amy Busefink, a former regional voter registration director.


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