Lessadolla Sowers NAACP Exec – 5 Years for Voter Fraud: Used Her Spit on Envelopes – NAACP Screams Racism

Lessadolla Sowers got 5 years in prison for each of the 31 10 counts of voter fraud in Tunica County, Mississippi. Fifty years, right? Wrong. A benevolent judge let her serve the terms concurrently – even with a felony forgery record in her past. She’ll be somewhere for 5 years without the possibility of parole. After all, our vote is only the most sacred privilege we have in America because it is what keeps us free to worship as we please or not and elect our leadership. The NAACP is claiming racism. Whites can’t help that she used her spit on the envelopes. Good Grief.

Lessadolla Sowers

Sowers was found guilty of voting in the names of Carrie Collins, Walter Howard, Sheena Shelton, Alberta Pickett, Draper Cotton and Eddie Davis. She was also convicted of voting in the names of four dead persons: James L. Young, Dora Price, Dorothy Harris, and David Ross.

In the trial, forensic scientist Bo Scales testified that Sowers’s DNA was found on the inner seals of five envelopes containing absentee ballots…

This wasn’t Sowers’s first run-in with the law. She previously had her probation revoked for disturbing the peace at a junior high school library, the Commercial Appeal of Memphis reported in 1990. During a hearing at that time, Sowers played the race card. She claimed to be the victim of “an attempt by powerful whites to silence” her, the newspaper reported. It didn’t work. She was ordered back to prison to complete the remaining two years of a three-year sentence she received for check forgery…

The Tunica Times:

In his opening remarks, prosecutor Bill Gresham said 31 absentee ballots were seized by the Mississipi Bureau of Investigation in 2007 after allegations of misconduct. Those 31 ballots led to 31 counts of voter fraud in the initial indictment against Sowers. During court proceedings, 21 counts were dropped for various reasons and 10 remained.

Any speculation about who she voted for? It takes a criminal to know a criminal. John Hawkins explains the real issue.