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October 21,2011 Youle C. Smith, Esq. Rensselaer Technology Park 105 Jordan Road Troy, New York 12180-8376 Re: Via Facsimile (518.283.7649) and Reg. Mail

People v, McDonough and LoPorto, Index No. 235598

Further Demand for Immediate Disclosure of Favorable (Brady) Material
Dear Mr. Smith: Yet again, in effort to prepare the defense, demand is made for the immediate disclosure of all information that is known or could become known through the exercise of due diligence by you or those under your direction, and which detracts from the prosecution's case or the credibility of any prosecution witness, supports any position urged or likely to be urged by the defendant or that is otherwise favorable to the defense, including:

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E-Mail re Alleged Conduct of FBI Special Agent or Others Related to Subject Voter Fraud and/or Wrongful Prosecution

a. Any E-Mail or other electronic, written or oral communication from or to the Special District Attorney (SDA) or any other person concerning any allegation or comment that a Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent or any other person engaged or may have engaged in illegal or improper conduct and/or took any action to hinder the prosecution of this case. b. Any E-mail or other electronic, written or oral communication from or to the SDA or any other person concerning any conduct of the District Attorney related to the subject voter fraud or this prosecution, including any communications or discussions with the SDA, William Mcinerney or his counselor any other person. c. Any E-mail or other electronic, written or oral communication from or to Sara Couch, Anthony DeFiglio and/or any other person concerning the commission of the subject voter fraud by anyone other than Mr. McDonough and/or the wrongful prosecution alleged.

d. Any E-mail or other electronic, written or oral communication from or to any person concerning the failure or decision to not investigate or prosecute any person alleged, known or suspected of being involved in the commission of the subject voter fraud or wrongful prosecution alleged. Note: In that regard, upon information and belief, it is known that you sent an e-mail to certain member(s) of the NYSP in which you made numerous fallacious statements concerning the conduct of a Special Agent of the FBI and others as well as several comments that may reflect as yet undisclosed facts concerning the relevant conduct of others. It is also known that there are a few "e-mail" notations contained in the relevant NYSP records disclosed, a copy of which are attached as Exhibit A. You are obviously obligated to provide prompt and full disclosure of any such information. Further, assuming that you continue to "reject" the that the same is Brady material, please see the opinion of People v. Consolazio, 40 NY 2d 46 (1976) (the good faith of the prosecutor is irrelevant, he must turn over his file to the court and/or defense counsel where there is "some basis for argument that the material in the possession of the prosecutor might be" favorable to the accused and it has not been disclosed."). 2. SDA and McInemey Meeting without NYSP or FBI before Debriefing

Any information, whether written, recorded or oral, related to any meeting, debriefing, conversation or communication between the SDA and William McInemey concerning the subject voter fraud or wrongful prosecution alleged, without the knowledge or presence of the New York State Police or Federal Bureau of Investigation. Note: In that regard, upon information and belief, it is known that you met with William McInerney and his attorney without the presence of any law enforcement officer before his scheduled "debriefing" with members of the NYSP and FBI; why and what was discussed at the time? Certainly, you are obligated to disclose all information concerning that meeting and any related matter. 3. Dealings between SDA and DA re Voter Fraud and/or Wrongful Prosecution

a. Any information, whether written, recorded or oral, related to any meeting, conversation or communication between the SDA and District Attorney concerning the subject voter fraud or wrongful prosecution alleged at anytime. Note: In that regard, both you and the District Attorney have variously admitted in public comment and affidavit that the two of you discussed the subject voter fraud. In fact, the District Attorney publicly stated on a Talk 1300 Radio program that you essentially showed him the file of the case. Certainly, you are obligated to disclose all information concerning any such meeting or discussion and any related matter. b. Any information, whether written, recorded or oral, related to any communication, conversation or meeting between the District Attorney and William

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McInerney concerning the subject voter fraud or wrongful prosecution alleged, before or after appointment of the SDA. Note: In that regard, both you and the District Attorney have variously admitted in public comment and affidavit that he and William McInerney are friends and the District Attorney also recently admitted on a Talk 1300 Radio program that "Mac" went to his home and sought his advice concerning legal representation. How long did they meet and what did they discuss about the voter fraud at that or any other time? c. Any information, whether written, recorded or oral, related to the improper disclosure ofNYSP lab reports or any other evidence related to the subject voter fraud to the District Attorney or any other person. Note: In that regard, it is known that the NYSP Crime Lab sent copies of all its privileged and confidential reports to the District Attorney after his disqualification from the case. How and why did it happen that the District Attorney was provided such confidential information after his disqualification from the case in which his friend "Mac" was the primary target but not prosecuted until the NYSP forced that action by arresting him without your knowledge? 4. SDA Assertion there was Not Sufficient Evidence to Corroborate Accomplice Testimony in the Prosecution of any Other Person

Any information related to any comment, advice or statement of legal opinion 01' position of the SDA made or given to any NYSP investigator, FBI Special Agent or attorney for any suspect, target, person of interest or defendant, whether written, recorded or oral, that there was not sufficient evidence to corroborate accomplice testimony and therefore William McInerney, John Brown and/or others could not be successfully prosecuted concerning the subject voter fraud. Note: In that regard, upon information and belief, it is known that at the same time that you told the public and the court that you intended to prosecute "others" (in direct contradiction to your earlier statement to the court, in substance, that "in your mind yo 11 would like to think that the case was not over" but did not then intend to present any other matter before a grand jury), you told me, counsel for Mr. LoPorto and members of the NYSP and/or FBI that William McInerney and John Brown could not be prosecuted because there was not sufficient evidence to corroborate accomplice testimony, despite the fact that substantial evidence to do so was provided by the NYSP through an extensive investigation, as well as the elections documents provided by Mr. Bugbee that established the occurrence of similar conduct in regard to the 2007 and 2008 elections, as previously discussed.

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5.

SDA Advice to Grand Jury Not to Consider Indictment of Others

Any information that the SDA told the grand jury, or any grand juror, that it was not the time for it to consider, or it should not then consider the indictment of any other person when the evidence was presented before it for consideration of the indictment filed. 6. Evidence Not Obtained or Not Disclosed

Any information that any evidence that would tend to exonerate Mr. McDonough and/or incriminate any other person in the commission of any crimes alleged was not obtained from Mr. Michael Leonard or Mr. Robert Martiniano, or not disclosed. In that regard, certain NYSP investigation records show that potentially relevant evidence was either not obtained from Mr. Leonard, who apparently assisted Mr. McGrath obtain applications for absentee ballots, or that it has not been disclosed. A copy of the same are attached as Exhibit B. In particular, where is the corresponding "Lead Instruction and Lead Results" for "Lead No. 73"? 7. Appointment ofSDA to Prosecute McInemey for Alleged 2007/2008 Voter Fraud

Any information, whether written, recorded or oral, related to the appointment of the SDA to investigate andlor prosecute William Mclnerney for alleged 2007 and/or 2008 voter fraud for the purpose of immunizing him from any related later prosecution after his purported, albeit patently invalid, guilty plea to a 2009 forgery, or any other reason. Again, upon information and belief, it is known that at the same time that you told the public and the court that you intended to prosecute "others" (in direct contradiction to your earlier statement to the court, in substance, that "in your mind you would like to think that the case was not over" but did not then intend to present any other matter before a grand jury), you told me, counsel for Mr. LoPorto and members of the NYSP andlor FBI that William McInerney could not be prosecuted because there was not sufficient evidence to corroborate accomplice testimony, despite the fact that substantial evidence to do so was provided by the NYSP through an extensive investigation, as well as the elections documents provided by Mr. Bugbee that established the occurrence of similar conduct in regard to the 2007 and 208 elections, as previously discussed. 8. Conduct of Supervisory NYSP and/or FBI Regarding Wrongful Prosecution

Any information that tends to show that any member of the NYSP andlor FBI came to the reasonable suspicion, belief or conclusion that others committed the crimes charged in the indictment andlor that Mr. McDonough did not commit any of the crimes for which he has been indicted.

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9.

Opposition to Federal Investigation of any Voter Fraud

Any information related to any action taken by the SDA or any other person to quash an ongoing FBI investigation concerning the voter fraud and/or this wrongful prosecution. In that regard, it is known, upon information and belief, that at or about the time that you told the court and public that you previously sought and welcomed the federal authorities to assist andlor handle the subject andlor past incidents of voter fraud, you essentially requested that the investigation then actively being conducted by the FBI be ceased. 10. Other Cooperation Agreements, Offers or Understandings

Any information related to any cooperation agreement, offer or understanding of any nature between the People and John Brown, Michael Leonard, Jim Welch, any person of interest, suspect, co-conspirator, accomplice, co-defendant or any other person concerning the prosecution or non-prosecution of criminal charges against any person in return for any or no consideration, including the specific terms thereof. Legal Duty This demand is made pursuant to the authority of Brady v. Maryland, 373 US 83 and progeny. See, also, People v. Simmons, 36 NY 2d 126 (information possessed by any district attorney must be ascribed to prosecutorial authority); People v. Geaslin, 54 NY 2d 510 (1981) (failure to disclose information which could affect outcome of hearing or motion is violation of due process); People v. Savvides, 1 NY2d 554 (1956); People v. Consolazio, 40 NY 2d 46 (1976) (good faith of prosecutor is irrelevant; the prosecution will be required to turn over his file to the court andlor defense counsel where there is "some basis for argument that the material in the possession of the prosecutor might be" favorable to the accused and it has not been disclosed."); People v. Bottom, 76 NYS 2d 525 (Sup. Ct. N.Y. Co., 1974) (there are no "exemptions" from the duty to disclose favorable information to the defense.); People v. Puglisi, 44 NY2d 748 (1978) (failure to disclose police witness misconduct recorded in disciplinary file was not harmless), Also, Giglio v. United States, 405 US ISO (1972); United States v. Agurs, 427 US 97 (1976); United States v. Bagley, 473 US 667 (1985); Klyes v. Whitley, 514 US 419 (1995); Stricker v. Greene, 527 US 263 (1999); United States v. Ruiz, 536 US 622 (2002) and progeny. Also, CPL §240.20(2) dictates that "the prosecutor shall make a diligent, good faith effort to ascertain the existence of demanded property and to cause such property to be made available for discovery where it exists, but is not within the prosecutor's possession, custody or control .... " Ethical Responsibility This demand is also made pursuant to your ethical obligation under The New York Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 3.8(b), which specifically requires you to "... make timely disclosure ... of the existence of evidence or information known to the prosecution ... that tends to negate the guilt of the accused, mitigate the degree of the offense ...." See, also, analogous discussion in Opinion 09-454 (July 8, 2009) of the ABA Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility. This ethical responsibility is even broader

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than the legal obligation to disclose favorable information so that it can be meaningfully used by the defense in preparation of trial. Prompt Disclosure of Favorable Information Necessary to Assist Defense Obviously, the information demanded must be considered favorable to the defense because it may be considered evidence of the prosecutorial misconduct andlor wrongful prosecution alleged) adversely affect the credibility of prosecution witnesses or otherwise assist the defense. This is especially the case in view of the SDA's apparent effort to quash any federal investigation of the alleged subject voter fraud and wrongful prosecution. At the least) it is relevant to his alleged failure to prosecute those responsible for the subject crimes. Further, its prompt disclosure is necessary to enable the defendant to bring a motion for dismissal and/or other relief) including further discovery demands and the issuance of subpoena. In any event, in view of the indisputable evidentiary facts in support of the allegations of 'wrongful prosecution, including the political relationship and personal friendships between certain suspects and others, the defendants as well as the public have a right to full disclosure of all the information demanded and any other facts relevant to the matter.

Respectfully, PREMO LA 'V FIRtY1~PLLC

Brian D. Premo, Esq.

BDP/lp

cc:

Rensselaer County Supreme and County Clerk

Mr. Michael Feit, Esq.,

(via filing) (all others via facsimile)

Maj. William S. Sprague, Commander, Troop G Capt. Steven G. James, BCI, Troop G S1'.Inv. Christopher O'Brien, Brunswick Station, BCl FBI, Public Integrity Unit, Attn. SA Julie Mounce M1'.Edward McDonough

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