Israel Resident Gets Only Probation For Voter Fraud In Maricopa County

Alan Faygenblat, a legal resident from Israel, was sentenced this month to 12 months unsupervised probation and 160 hours of community restitution, for False Voter Registration, a class 1 misdemeanor.

In September of 2016, the 38-year-old Faygenblat electronically filed a fraudulent voter registration application with the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office. Faygenblat falsely claimed he was currently a citizen of the United States and was born in New York. By providing false information Faygenblat was able to obtain a voter registration card. He then posted on social media the details of his fraudulent actions.

An investigation into his actions confirmed that Faygenblat was not a United States citizen. Faygenblat admitted to investigators that he provided false information to obtain a voter registration card.

3 Comments

  1. What a harsh punishment! That slap must have moved a hair or two on his wrist! Non-Citizens who commit vote fraud should be deported and denied reentry to the U.S. forever.

  2. Try making that happen.
    There would be a revolt by the Liberal Democrats and media, with paid protesters at your house burning your vehicles, painting swastik’s on your home.
    And you would be labeled anti Semitic.
    It appears to me that Americas laws now only apply to American citizens.

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