About the #Quixote Investigation

16th April 2016


 

Summary

The #Quixote investigation, followed by the #Quixote Interim Report, has taken the best part of 10 months, commencing shortly after the May 2015 UK General Election, and is yet to be completed.

The public will recall that the outcome of this election took most professional polling organisations by surprise.  As a direct consequence, these organisations’ own forecasting systems were placed under urgent review.

Our investigation has been undertaken in an organised, strictly forensic manner by a number of fully-qualified and politically-neutral professionals.

What’s next?

In the coming days and weeks, dedicated items will be released into the public domain on the www.sleazeexpo.wordpress.com blog, listed and summarised by parliamentary constituency.  Their purpose is to indicate to the UK public precisely where suspected fraudulent behaviour occurred in the May 2015 General Election.

This had been seen to involve alleged voterigging on a disturbingly large scale, which had been carried out in a deliberate and calculated manner.  The impact of this alleged voterigging had the effect of marginalising all of the UK’s smaller political parties and as a result severely impaired their chances of securing winning candidates across large numbers of seats.

This alleged fraudulent conduct occurred across all four home countries of the United Kingdom and was facilitated by the existence of a not fit for purpose Voting Count Model – which remains in use today by the UK Electoral Commission.

Our intention

With this in mind, the #Quixote investigators believe it incumbent upon them to start releasing this information now in order to alert the UK authorities to further potential criminal activity.

This is a planned attempt to head off what would be the damaging consequences of fraudulent interference with the conduct of the upcoming May 2016 UK local council elections, potentially followed by a voterigged EU referendum on 23rd June 2016.

 

 

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