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hearings involving witnesses to the Soto, et al v. LULAC, et al case being played out in Tucson, Arizona. The Editor will eventually provide the Voice subscribers the full 580 page document. The document will be presented in pdf as a full court text and a converted document to Word that will be linkable to your computer for you to search the full 580 pages. Everything that is dirty in LULAC can be found in this document. The first snippet is from pages 7 and 8 as the attorney for Plaintiffs Soto, et al, lays out to the court a brief run of what the evidentiary evidence will be about. In this snippet, the attorney Chris Ford talks briefly about transfer of alternate delegates. Eventually you will be able to read the actual testimony that better describes the illegal, and very likely criminal, process. The numbering that appears before each line is because the copy is taken directly from the court transcript with the numbering left in. This case should be required reading in Latino studies classes from prekinder through the Ph. D. level. Part of Statement by Attorney Ford; 11 They engaged in favoritism. They gave out 12 money and financial support to, again, perceived allies 13 politically. They -- when regard -- when the voters -14 the members in the national convention were prevented from 15 registering and being credentialed -- as the court may 16 recall, it's sort of a two-step process -- they cut off 17 avenues of appeal, and they used so-called legal opinions 18 to justify excluding voters. 19 And finally, they engaged in some processes
20 that I -- we don't really see envisioned in the group's 21 constitution or bylaws, which is one is what I refer to as 22 delegate transferring, which is basically attempting to 23 take delegates -- in my understanding, when there is a 24 vote coming up, they have delegates from these different 25 councils; and they have alternates, which would be I guess 1 if a delegate gets sick or unavailable, the alternate 2 would step in. 3 What defendants wanted to do is take the 4 alternates, shift them to other councils that didn't have 5 enough delegates, and those councils being ones they're 6 sure or I guess they're perceived to be favorable to them. 7 And they kind of bolster those other councils' ranks so 8 they can boost the numbers of voters who will be voting 9 for them by these fraudulent means.