Interesting report from the BBC:
Four women who were part of a vote rigging operation at a Derby election have been sentenced.
Polling clerk Nasreen Akhtar, 46, from Derby, admitted malpractice, while her nieces Tameena Ali, 27, and Samra Ali, 28, both of St Chad’s Road, admitted personation in the May 2012 election.
At Derby Crown Court, Akhtar was jailed for 14 months. Her nieces were given eight months suspended for 18 months.
And from Derbyshire Police:
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Not going on in Rotherham? Remember Sajid Bostan who stated they had “fixed the Council, fixed the Police, fixed the Advertiser and fixed the local BBC!”
The basis, I imagine, of Jahangir Akhtar and Mahroof Hussain’s claims to be ‘untouchable’! They seem to feel they can act with total ‘impunity’. Hubris I am sure, but it goes to their world view and their attitudes to standards of behaviour. No better than Naz Ahmed’s. But wait, didn’t they learn political conduct from him? They are just poor copies even of Ahmed, I am afraid.