Toliver removed more than one hundred good signatures to stop the mayoral recall election organized by Benton Harbor and Benton Township residents, including duplicates, dismissing both signatures. On the Berrien County website it states that when duplicate signatures occur, the latest signature with the latest date is invalid.
The Law is clear: All official books or records created by or received in any office or agency of the State of Michigan or it's political subdivision are declared to be public property, belonging to the people of the State of Michigan. No books, records, or files shall be removed from the office of the custodian thereof, except by order of the judge of any court of competent jurisdictions, or in response to a subpoena with permission of the official having custody of the records.
Benton Harbor is under surveillance and it's not an overstatement to say it's under occupation. A territory under occupation gradually instills a deep sense of fear in the people who inhabit it. Over time, persistent fear wreaks havoc on peoples' relationships, way of life, peace of mind, etc. Proof of the occupation of Benton Harbor can be seen by driving through the town -- almost a ghost town. Those who have not been imprisoned or driven out by the Whirlpool-owned courthouse rarely leave home. The streets have been made unsafe by Whirlpool-owned law enforcement agencies.
Some of those who carry out the Whirlpool-directed corruption and Benton Harbor occupation are US Rep. Fred Upton, many Whirlpool officials, prosecutor Mike Sepic, sheriff Paul Bailey, deputy David Zizkovsky, county clerk Sharon Tyler, elections administrator Carolyn Toliver, and mayor James Hightower.
We need help from people outside this county.
How long will state agencies be controlled by the Whirlpool Corporation?
Rev. Edward Pinkney