Surrey RCMP Submits Surrey Voter Fraud Investigation Report To Crown For Possible Charges

Surrey RCMP has wrapped up its six-month-long probe into the much heated voter fraud in Surrey which one moronic Indo-Canadian organization tried to blame on the incumbent Surrey First slate without any proof but to help Doug McCallum’s team get the upper hand, which they didn’t need as they cruised to victory on the anti-LRT bandwagon.

By DESIBUZZCanada Staff With News Files

SURREY –Surrey RCMP has submitted their report on the Surrey voter fraud investigation and are awaiting to see if Crown decides to lay charges stemming from Surrey’s municipal election last October.

Surrey RCMP has wrapped up its six-month-long probe into the much heated voter fraud in Surrey which one moronic Indo-Canadian organization tried to blame on the incumbent Surrey First slate without any proof but to help Doug McCallum’s team get the upper hand, which they didn’t need as they cruised to victory on the anti-LRT bandwagon.

RCMP  said charges are possible but it’s up to the Crown prosecutors now.

“Our Surrey Major Crime Section have forwarded the report to Crown Counsel and that will be reviewed by the BC Prosecution Service to determine charge assessment,” adds Sgt. Chad Greig.

RCMP launched the investigation after Surrey’s Chief Elections Officer noticed irregularities in the mail-in ballot registration process, reported News 1130.

There was also a grassroots group that claimed people were trying to take advantage of absentee votes.

Mounties earlier confirmed 67 applications were determined to be fraudulent in that they were not completed or signed by the voter listed on the application. Two of these applications requested ballots be sent to addresses that were not associated to the named applicant; the other 65 applications listed the applicant’s correct address for delivery of the voting ballot.

At the time, the investigation confirmed no candidate or party were linked to the fraudulent applications, but officers identified and interviewed two people of interest.

Greig is not revealing what exactly what Surrey RCMP found during their investigation, noting the matter is now in the hands of the BC Prosecution Service.

“Now that the investigation is complete and it’s before the BC Prosecution Service I am unable to speak to specifics about the investigation while charge assessment is underway,” he adds.

Concerns about potential voter fraud were reported to the RCMP last September. At least one mayoral candidate had pushed to scrap mail-in ballots just days later in order to make sure any apparent scheme didn’t succeed, reported News 1130.

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