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Ronald L. Drake,
Supplemental submission to DC Court of Appeal on Initiative 68
September 10, 2004

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No. 04-AA-957

IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COURT OF APPEALS

CITIZENS COMMITTEE FOR THE D.C. VIDEO LOTTERY TERMINAL INITIATIVE, Petitioner,
v.  
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BOARD OF ELECTIONS AND ETHICS, Respondent,
and
RONALD L. DRAKE, ESQUIRE 
DOROTHY A. BRIZILL, 
REVEREND DEAN SNYDER, Interveners.

Oral Argument Scheduled for: September 8, 2004

On Petition for Review of Decision of District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics

Supplemental Post-Argument Brief for Intervener Ronald L. Drake, Esquire

Ronald L. Drake, Esquire Attorney at Law 
D.C. Bar No. 338392 
5 P Street, S.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20024 
(202) 682-0223
Intervener, Pro Se

LIST OF PARTIES

1. Counsel for Petitioner Citizens Committee for the District of Columbia Video Lottery Terminal Initiative:

Mr. John L. Ray, Esquire
Manatt Phelps & Phillips, LLP
700 12th Street, N.W., Suite 1100 
Washington, D.C. 20005-4075

Mr. George W. Jones, Jr., Esquire 
Sidley Austin Brown & Wood LLP 
1501 K Street, N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20005

Mr. Erik S. Jaffe, Esquire
Law Office of Erick S. Jaffe, P.C. 
5101 34th Street, N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20008

2. Counsel for District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics: 

Mr. Kenneth McGhie, Esquire 
General Counsel
District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics 
441 Fourth Street, N.W. Suite 250
Washington, D.C. 20001

3. Intervener Ronald L. Drake, Esquire, Pro Se
Mr. Ronald L. Drake, Esquire 
Attorney at Law 
D.C. Bar No. 338392 
5 P Street, S.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20024

4. Intervener DCWatch:
Ms. Dorothy A. Brizill
1327 Girard Street, N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20009-4915

5. Intervener DC Against Slots:
Reverend Dean L. Snyder 
333 A Street, N.E. 
Washington, D.C. 20002

6. Amicus:
Mr. Arthur B. Spitzer, Esquire 
American Civil Liberties Union of the National Capital Area 
1400 20th Street, N.W., #119 
Washington, D.C. 20036

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

LIST OF PARTIES
TABLE OF CONTENTS 
TABLE OF AUTHORITIES

I. ISSUE NOW PRESENTED 
II. PROCEDURAL STATUS  
III. STATEMENT OF THE CASE AND STATEMENT OF FACTS 
IV. SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT 
V. ARGUMENT 

A. PROPONENTS KNOWINGLY SUBMITTED INVALID SIGNATURES TO THE BOARD WITHOUT DISCLOSURE  
B. PROPONENTS' QUOTA SYSTEM WAS AN OPEN INVITATION TO FRAUD 
C. PROPONENTS AGENT ADMITTED THAT NON-RESIDENT PROFESSIONAL CIRCULATORS WERE CIRCULATORS 
D. MIKE JONES WAS A CENTRAL FIGURE IN THE SCHEME OF MASSIVE AND PERVASIVE FRAUD 
E. THE PROPONENTS' BONUS INCENTIVE IF INITIATIVE IS CERTIFIED ON BALLOT CREATED A SELF-INTEREST BY PROPONENTS' AGENTS 
F. THE BOARD INVOKED THE MISSING WITNESS RULE AND GRANTED OTHER MOTIONS BY IMPLICATION 

1. Motion 1 - Missing Witnesses 
2. Motion 2 - Fifth Amendment and/or Immunity 
3. Motion 3 - Challenges 8 through 11 

(a) Challenge 8 - Purported Circulator Appears To Not Reside At Address Stated On Circulator's Affidavit of Certification  
(b) Challenge 9 - Signatures Appear To Be Forged On The Circulator's Affidavit of Certification 
(c) Challenge 10 - Other Than Named Circulator Appears To Have Signed Circulator's Affidavit of Certification 
(d) Challenge 11 - More Likely Than Not That Other Than Named Circulator Signed Circulator's Affidavit of Certification  

VI. CONCLUSION 
VII. FOOTNOTES 

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TABLE OF AUTHORITIES

CASES

Board of Elections v. Democratic Central Committee, 300 A.2d 725, 727 (D.C.App. 1973) 
Chandler v. City of Arvada, Colorado, 292 F.3rd 1236, 1242 (10th Cir. 2002) 
Williams v. District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics, 804 A.2d 316, 320 (D.C.App. 2002) 

STATUTES

D.C. Code, Sec. 1-1001.16(h)(5) 

OTHER AUTHORITIES

2 J. Wigmore, Evidence, Sec. 278, at 133 (Chadbourn ed. 1979) 

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No. 04-AA-957

IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COURT OF APPEALS

CITIZENS COMMITTEE FOR THE D.C. VIDEO LOTTERY TERMINAL INITIATIVE, Petitioner,
v.  
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ) BOARD OF ELECTIONS ) AND ETHICS, Respondent,
and
RONALD L. DRAKE, ESQUIRE 
DOROTHY A. BRIZILL, 
REVEREND DEAN SNYDER, Interveners.

Oral Argument Scheduled for: September 8, 2004

On Petition for Review of Decision of District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics

Supplemental Post-Argument Brief for Intervener Ronald L. Drake, Esquire

I. ISSUE NOW PRESENTED

1. Whether the District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics (Board) acted reasonably in rejecting the initiative petition based on the Proponents' pervasive fraud.

II. PROCEDURAL STATUS

During the course of the September 8, 2004 oral argument, the Court invited the parties to submit supplement material relevant to the issue as it now stands.

III. STATEMENT OF THE CASE AND STATEMENT OF FACTS

The Statement of the Case and the Statement of Facts contained in Intervener's August 27, 2004 Brief are adopted for purposes of this brief and in deference to the Court's time are not restated here.

IV. SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT

The District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics (Board) acted reasonably in rejecting the initiative petition based on the Proponents' pervasive fraud. Proponents' knowing submittal of 30000 plus invalid signatures is massive fraud.

The Proponents' quota system of 50 signatures was an inducement for fraud. The Proponents' use of non-residents as de factor circulators, while having D.C. residents perjure themselves in the circulator's affidavit was pervasive fraud. Proponents' failure to produce Mike Jones, a central figure in the scheme of massive and pervasive fraud, requires striking all petitions with which he was associated. The bonus due upon ballot certification goes to the weight of the evidence and the credibility of the Proponents' agent-witnesses.

There are various other grounds on which the Court can sustain the Board's decision, even though the Board may not have relied thereon in its order.

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V. ARGUMENT

A. PROPONENTS KNOWINGLY SUBMITTED INVALID SIGNATURES TO THE BOARD WITHOUT DISCLOSURE

The Proponents collected 3869 petition sheets. Those petition sheets contained 56044 signatures. Proponents then checked most of those names against the Board's roll of registered voters. Proponents determined by name more than 30000 of those signatures that were invalid.

Notwithstanding that knowledge, and with the exception of 'a few obvious forgeries, Proponents submitted all of the petition sheets to the Board. The Proponents did not separate out the known invalid signatures. [TR.7/23/04, p.427). That 100% submittal was done on the instructions of Proponents' financier, Rob Newell. [TR.7/27/04, p.419]. Proponents made no disclosure to the Board of the identify of those 30000 plus invalid signatures.   [TR.7/23/04, pp.403-404].

That's fraud. In fact it is fraud on such a massive scale that it was pervasive and permeated the entire submittal. As a result of Proponents' deceptiveness in knowingly submitting invalid signatures, the Board was entitled to draw an inference of fraud. That inference does not necessarily apply to any specific fact in the cause, but operates, indefinitely though strongly, against the whole mass of alleged facts constituting a party's cause. Williams v. District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics, 804 A.2d 316, 320 (D.C.App. 2002), citing 2 J. Wigmore, Evidence, Sec. 278, at 133 (Chadbourn ed. 1979).

As a result of that fraud, the Proponents placed in jeopardy not only the Red Roof Inn operation, but also the 1501 M Street operation. The whole mass of alleged facts (the entire submittal) was polluted by that massive fraud. Such intentional use of invalid signatures constitutes a fraud on the entire democratic process. It warrants the strongest possible condemnation. Board of Elections v. Democratic Central Committee, 300 A.2d 725, 727 (D.C.App. 1973). Accordingly, the Board had every right and in fact a duty to disallow the entire submittal because of the wholesale fraud perpetrated on the Board by Proponents.

The Court may rely on this ground to support the Board's decision. The First Amendment is not implicated.

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B. PROPONENTS' QUOTA SYSTEM WAS AN OPEN INVITATION TO FRAUD

The Proponents did not. disclose to the Board that the Proponents had a quota of 50 signatures per day that must be met by circulators, or a financial penalty would be imposed. [TR.7/27/04, p.148). That very quota system was an open invitation for fraud. In fact, throughout the testimony there were repeated statements made about some circulators giving their petition sheets to other who had failed to make the quota.
That's fraud. With the evidence already presented, a reasonable inference can be drawn that it permeated the Stars and Stripes operation. Accordingly, it was reasonable for the Board to disallow the Stars and Stripes signatures in their entirety, based on the inducement to fraud Proponents created through that quota system.

The Court may rely on this ground to support the Board's decision. The First Amendment is not implicated.

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C. PROPONENTS AGENT ADMITTED THAT NON-RESIDENT PROFESSIONAL CIRCULATORS WERE CIRCULATORS

Proponents' agent John Michael, owner of non-resident Initiative Plus, brought in approximately 18 non-residents to work on the petition drive. [TR.7-27-04, pp.265,268]. The D.C. resident purported circulators were under the supervision of the non-residents. [TR.7-27-04, p.292]. The responsibility lay with the non-residents, not the D.C. residents. [TR.7-27-04, p.293]. According to Proponents' Mr. Michael, the non-residents were, in fact, de facto circulators.   [TR., 7-27-04, pp.293-295].

Thus, all petition sheets submitted by Initiative Plus showing the D.C. resident as the circulator are in fact frauds. Those 18 non-residents were the circulators. That is illegal under D.C. law. Accordingly, when those 18 non-residents had the D.C. residents sign the circulator's affidavit, the D.C. residents committed perjury, of course at the behest of the Proponents' Initiative Plus non-residents. That was fraud. And with so many (18) non-resident professionals being involved, the fraud was massive and pervasive.

Based on that record alone, the Board should have and the Court should now disallow all petition sheets submitted by Initiative Plus. Further, since Stars and Stripes also used the same fraudulent scheme, then that alone is a proper basis for disallowing Stars and Stripes in its entirety. In fact, as noted infra, all petition sheets with circulators in this circumstance should be disallowed.

The Court may rely on this ground to support the Board's decision. The First Amendment is not implicated.

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D. MIKE JONES WAS A CENTRAL FIGURE IN THE SCHEME OF MASSIVE AND PERVASIVE FRAUD

The record is now clear that Mike Jones (Code Name Red) was at the center of fraudulent conduct. The Proponents knew for two weeks that this Challenger had designated Mr_ Jones as a necessary witness. Proponents did not produce him, and then offered to produce on the day after the Board heard final arguments. That in itself simply perpetuated the fraud.

Accordingly, that record alone, or that record in conjunction with the missing witness rule, is sufficient to strike any petition sheets that derived in any manner from Mike Jones.

The Court may rely on this ground to support the Board's decision. The First Amendment is not implicated.

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E. THE PROPONENTS' BONUS INCENTIVE IF INITIATIVE IS CERTIFIED ON BALLOT CREATED A SELF-INTEREST BY PROPONENTS' AGENTS

If this matter is certified for the ballot, there will be a qualifying bonus to be paid. (TR. 7-28-04, p.317]. Thus, when Proponents' agents testified, the Board had every reason to take into account the substantial financial self-interest of those witnesses, if they could persuade the Board to place the matter on the ballot. That goes directly to the weight of the evidence and the credibility of those witnesses.

It places such a premium on presenting testimony favorable to the Proponents, and not providing unfavorable testimony, that it is an inducement to false testimony, and that is fraud. As in so much involved in this petition drive, inducements to fraud are ever present. Disincentives seem not to exist.

The Court may rely on this ground to support the Board's decision. The First Amendment is not implicated. 

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F. THE BOARD INVOKED THE MISSING WITNESS RULE AND GRANTED OTHER MOTIONS BY IMPLICATION

This Challenger presented a number of motions at the just before final arguments at the conclusion of the evidentiary part of the hearing. [TR. 8-2-04, pp. 91-96). Those motions were as follows:

1. Strike all petition sheets for those 53 witnesses the Board was unable to locate and serve (missing witness rule);

2. Strike all petition sheets for those witnesses the Board who either took the Fifth Amendment and/or received immunity;

3. Complete the case by going through the rest of the challenges numbered 8 through 11 (subsequently withdrawn based on a procedural clarification).

The Board indicated that it would be ruling on the first two motions after closing arguments. To the extent that those motions were not ruled on, the Court may affirm the Board's decision on any grounds for which there is a record sufficient to permit conclusions of law. Chandler v. City of Arvada, Colorado, 292 F.3rd 1236, 1242 (10th Cir. 2002). This record is sufficient.

Further, as to Motion 3, the Board's response made clear that the Board. considered that these challenges had been dealt with as the Board worked its way through the pervasive fraud part of the hearing. Accordingly, to the extent that these issues are not explicitly addressed in the Board's decision, the Court may rely on these grounds as support for the Board's decision.

Many of the petitions are subject to and listed under multiple challenges, with substantial overlap on alternative grounds. Thus, petitions must be marked off as they are rejected, so that they are not double counted on other subsequently stated grounds.

1. Motion 1 - Missing Witnesses

Approximately 1275 petition sheets were challenged by this motion. While the Board did not announce a formal ruling on this motion, the record, the Board's order, and reasonable inferences make clear that that is exactly what the Board did. By striking the Stars and Stripes sheets, the Board effectively granted the motion as to Stars and Stripes petition sheets. As to any of those 53 circulators who were not Stars and Stripes, then their petition sheets must be considered as having been stricken as well for the same reasons, and must be removed from the count of live sheets. [Exhibit 43].

The Court may rely on this ground to support the Board's decision. The First Amendment is not implicated.1

2. Motion 2 - Fifth Amendment and/or Immunity Witnesses

Approximately 405 petition sheets were challenged by this motion. Again, while the Board did not announce a formal ruling on this motion,, the record, the Board's order, and reasonable inferences make clear the Board struck these petitions as in the first motion. As to any of those circulators who were not Stars and Stripes, then their petition sheets must also be considered as having been stricken as well, and must be rejected.

The Court may rely on this ground to support the Board's decision. The First Amendment is not implicated.2

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3. Motion 3 - Challenges 8 through 11

(a) Challenge 8 - Purported Circulator Appears To Not Reside At Address Stated On Circulator's Affidavit of Certification

Approximately 480 petition sheets were challenged on this, ground.. There is some overlap with the missing witness motion petition sheets discussed above. [Exhibit 43]. The Proponents provided little nor no assistance to the Board in locating and producing these witnesses.

The Court may rely on this ground to support the Board's decision. The First Amendment is not implicated.3

(b) Challenge 9 - Signatures Appear To Be Forged On The Circulator's Affidavit of Certification

Approximately 480 petition sheets were challenged on this ground. The Proponents provided little nor no assistance to the Board in locating and producing these witnesses.

The Court may rely on this ground to support the Board's decision. The First Amendment is not implicated.4

(c) Challenge 10 - Other Than Named Circulator Appears To Have Signed Circulator's Affidavit of Certification

Approximately 480 petition sheets were challenged on this ground. The Proponents provided little nor no assistance to the Board in locating and producing these witnesses.

The Court may rely on this ground to support the Board's decision. The First Amendment is not implicated.5

(d) Challenge 11 - More Likely Than Not That Other Than Named Circulator Signed Circulator's Affidavit of Certification

Approximately 1900 petition sheets were challenged on this ground. The admission against Proponents' interest by Proponents' agent, John Michael, established that the de-facto circulators were the non-residents professional circulators. That violates D.C. Code, Sec. 1-1001.16(h)(5). That is fraud that pervades the entire petition.

Accordingly, all petition sheets circulated by non-resident circulators must be stricken. Those petition sheets and those non-residents are easily identifiable by looking at Proponents' batch sheets, now lodged with the Board. They should be readily available to the Court upon request. The Board has already submitted a sample batch sheet to the Court. (Exhibit 54].

The Court may rely on this ground to support the Board's decision. The First Amendment is not implicated.6

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V. CONCLUSION

For all the foregoing reasons, Challenger again urges the Court to uphold the order of the District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics, and deny ballot access to Initiative 68. In the alternative, if the Court finds the Board's actions defective in any manner, then the Court should remand the matter for further consideration of the petition sheets produced by the 53 missing witnesses, for application of the missing witness rule, for a review of challenges 8-11, and for completion of the statutorily required random sample, if warranted.

Respectfully submitted;
Ronald L. Drake, Esquire 
D.C. Bar No. 338392 
Attorney at Law 
5 P Street, S.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20024 
(202) 682-0223
Intervener, Pro Se

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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I hereby certify that I caused to be served by hand the foregoing Supplemental Post-Argument Brief for Intervener Ronald L. Drake, Esquire, on all other parties and/or their counsel, by hand, this September 10, 2004, addressed as follows:

Mr. John L. Ray, Esquire
Manatt Phelps & Phillips, LLP
700 12th Street, N.W., Suite 1100 
Washington, D.C. 20005-4075

Mr. George W. Jones, Jr., Esquire 
Sidley Austin Brown & Wood LLP 
1501 K Street, N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20005

Mr. Erik S. Jaffe, Esquire
Law Office of Erick S. Jaffe, P.C. 
5101 34th Street, N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20008

Mr. Kenneth McGhie, Esquire 
General Counsel 
District of Columbia Board Elections and Ethics 
441 Fourth Street, N.W. Suite 250
Washington, D.C. 20001

Ms. Dorothy A. Brizill
1327 Girard Street, N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20009-4915

Rev. Dean L. Snyder 
333 A Street, N.E. 
Washington, D.C. 20002

Mr. Arthur B. Spitzer, Esquire 
American Civil Liberties Union of the National Capital Area 
1400 20th Street, N.W., #119 
Washington, D.C. 20036

Ronald L. Drake

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FOOTNOTE 1. (Missing Witnesses)

Vanessa Afolayan
Abandoned shelter
623 624 625 626 874 875 876 877 878 879 880 893 894 895 896 897 898 916 1099 1140 1559 1566 1567 2037 2038 2039 2095 2209 2326 2588 2589 2640 3013 3101 3112 3113 3209 3274 3298 3316 3423 3548 3580

Cynthia Allen
Abandoned shelter
125 126 127 459 460 1455 1784 1798 2143 2747 2860 2920 2921 2977 3126 3352 3608

Douglas Avery
No apartment number
713 714 715 716 717 718 719 720 721 722 723 1593 1594 1595 1596 3021 3434

Jade Beckett
No access to building/no such address
849 1542 1543 1716 1717 2491 2503 2771 2836 2894 3033 3071 3119 3125 3198 3235 3236 3458 3459 3460 3593 3672 3673 3674 3837 3838

Paul D. Belt
No longer lives there
038 039 138 367 368 369 593 1274 1396 1397 1398 1482 1666 1795 1868 2560 2618 2685 2874 3641

Patrisha Boggs
Does not live there
009 032 316 317 318 322 323 1145 1399 1438 1495 1745 1747 1976 1997 2108 2214 2564 2680 2849 3351 3488

Michael Brown
Does not live there
224 225 304 305 306 307 308 986 991 992 1364 1365 1366 1367 2054 2525 3277

Oscar Brown 
Shelter 
2964

Renee Brown
No such apartment number
1514 1825 2164 2762 3050 3259

Teresa Buchanan
Mother would not accept subpoena
675 676 677 1056 1118 1202 1841 2071 2316 2719 2886 2888 3004 3005 3291 3318 3368 3654 3774

Penta Burgess, Jr. 
Church/Salvation Army
309 1129 1540 2501 3102 3120 3666

Lionell Butler
Church
001 002 088 089 090 091 103 104 112 113 353 355 356 412 413 414 415 1241 1321 1322 1385 1386 1387 1394 1440 1441 1508 1640 1740 1741 1751 1752 1754 1754 1776 1942 1943 1972 1973 1991 2109 2114 2136 2261 2361 2904 3029

Doris Jean Clark
No access into building/no apartment number
051 076 372 587 588 1087 1088 1210 1211 1212 1214 2053 2070 2104 2106 2450 2623 2887 2939 2972 3278 3374 3688 3689 3690 3848

Alan Clipper 
House is empty 
945 3287

Robert Contee
Out of town for class in Boston 
3560

Alvina Edwards
No access into building
079 319 344 345 739 1377 1511 1512 1601 1761 1823 1824 2005 2022 2163 2378 2379 2394 2551 2596 2686 2915 2981 3000 3035 3141 3203 3252 3331 3344 3345 3431 3432 3582 3583 3617 3618 3650 3841

Angelo Farrell
No access into building/no Apartment number
1070 1130 1579 2573 2701 2703 2704 2705 2712 2714 2715 3246 3604 3714 3864

Larry Fisher
No apartment number
585 1167 1662 1663 2949 3224 3225

Desi Gatling
No apartment number
1074 1133 1863 3500 3853 3854 3865

Thomas Green
Shelter
149 1430 1433 1489 1562 2140 2141 2151 2269 2438 2504 2562 2639 2650 2748 2865 2922 3547 3680

Cassandra Harris
Shelter
612 613 614 615 616 617 618 629 630 631 632 873 938 939 978 981 982 993 994 1083 1084 1085 1086 1156 1157 1209 1460 1557 1558 1629 1722 1724 1727 1797 2034 2244 2245 2365 2366 2731 2734 2752 2789 2890 2995 3003 3165 3195 3297 3410 3546

Darrell Hartley
Church
012 033 034 035 036 037 040 041 042 043 044 045 052 053 393 394 554 555 556 697 698 699 1057 1058 1358 1360 1465 1480 1481 1483 1484 1485 1486 1492 1805 1806 1807 1808 1809 1810 1818 1840 2002 2003 2103 2285 2356 2433 2452 2552 2760 2862 2985 3055 3157

James Hawkins
Shelter
1131 1634 1635 1636 1637 1638 2520 3504

Tyrone Hodges
No access into building
620 1172 3012

Robert Howard
Halfway house
092 093 094 095 105 647 648 649 650 904 906 1191 1192 1193 1246 1247 1262 1323 1324 1490 1491 1739 1839 1847 1893 1961 1998 2050 2134 2186 2247 2304 2305 2465 2466 2467 2470 2471 2472 2473 2522 2536 2594 2619 2665 2673 2683 2759 2848 2857 2909 2960 2982 3034 3041 3065 3134 3135 3163 3164 3178 3182 3237 3238 3247 3248 3260 3264 3265 3266 3270 3272 3295 3356 3375 3420 3444 3509 3589 3645 3692 3780

Steven Howell
No such address (error in address provided by Challenger) 
216 1600 1692 1768 1957 1958 2021 2085 2123 2125 2202 2327 2340 2359 2360 2567 2581 2583 2584 2598 2689 2729 2837 2895 3023 3092 3122 3146 3204 3241 3242 3243 3433 3468 3469 3600 3629 3709 3717

Angela Jackson
Shelter
328 329 357'358 549 550 745 746 942 1160 1218 1219 1388 1389 1695 1748 1758 1884 1889 1941 2023 2024 2086 2111 2137 2240 2535 2767 2843 3170 3228 3414 3442 3639 3724

Jessie Ryan Jones
Doesn't live there
096 097 098 099 100 197 198 321 757 867 868 869 870 871 1132 1224 1248 1249 1250 1251 1252 1556 1613 1614 1615 1764 2028 2051 2205 2206 2255 2390 2464 2626 2722 2815 2848 2869 2926 2983 3103 3123 3216 3340 3435 3440 3585 3588 3657 3703

Jumhariyah Latanrang
Shelter
175 1255 1785 1953 2011 2279 2280 2543 2544 2766 3348 3491

Michele Lee
No apartment number
421 422 423 424 905 907 1263 1326 1395 1821 1996 2110 2154 2229 2230 2385 2546 2580 2778 2779 2863 3040 3152 3330 3339 3448 3470 3606 3847

Shamika Mack
No access to building
637 638 644 645 736 737 738 1189 1599 1631 1691 2180 2292 2297 2512 2591 2688 2733 2835 2994 3073 3096 3205 3558 3647 3776 3777

Gregory Marsh
No apartment number
407 1264 1318 1899 2122 2213 2222 2223 2344 2345 2346 3028

Charles Massenberg
No such address
855 2307 2587 2642 2730 2786 2826 3015 3091 3095 3197 3199 3289 3302 3303 3304 3305 3306 3424 3425 3426 3517 3551 3552 3669 3670 3671 3676 3677 3678

Rommell McBride 
No such address 
1071 3372 3704

Arlene Ng
No apartment number
217 218 219 220 221 222 223 846 847 848 856 857 858 859 860 861 862 863 984 985 995 996 1363 1549 1550 1551 1552 3118 3436 3592 3628 3631

Kevin Charles Pedrick
No apartment number
1283 1493 2033 2765 3057

Gilbert Petty 
Rehabilitation center 
1068 1069 1861 3866

Dave Rowel
No apartment number
1075 1077 1864 2601 2602 2794 2795 2796 2797 3790 3791 3792 3793 3794 3818 3852

Nicole Scott
Home for sale
3758 3759 3760 3761 3762 3763 3764 3765 3766 3767

Gregory Sims
Doesn't live there
055 056 069 1824 2448 2550

Delores Smith
Doesn't live there
545 546 547 732'733 734 735 1150 1278 1279 1280 1281 1282 1590 1591 1592 1598 1669 1670 1671 1690 1892 2019 2059 2198 2333 2334 2335 2534 2597 2661 2662 2844 2883 2899 2932 3168 3325 3326 3386 3638

Scott Smith
Shelter
124 150 1133 1382 1431 1452 1453 1660 1661 1817 1832 1871 1989 1990 2001 2020 2115 2168 2185 2251 2264 2311 2312 2324 2325 2339 2369 2370 2487 2549. 2876 2554 2555 2558 2634a 2635 2667 2764 2832 2864 2884 2936 2999 3039 3046 3104 3142 3273 3317 3327 3359 3362 3449 3476 3477 3510 3511 3512 3615 3616 3625 3648 3649 3778

Edward Swails
Rehabilitation center
226 301 310 311 312 443 454 456 457 458 844 845 850 851 852 911 912 915 1369 1409 1544 1545 1547 1653 1718 1719 1781 1869 2032 2107 2502 2568 2643 2675 2806 2825 2853 2993 3017 3072 3093 3116 3117 3130 3151 3183 3237 3240 3244 3276 3334 3378 3400 3404 3456 3457 3462 3516 3518 3596 3597 3598 3675 3707 3708 3710 3839

Donnell Sweat
No apartment number
747 1391 1606 1696 1697 1742 1743 1749 1974 2025 2087 2088 2199 2203 2204 2227 2310 [2337 2338 2363 2396 2630 2631 2781 2783 2830 2973 3020 3085 3086 3206 3226 3286 3315

James Taylor
Homeless shelter
337 379 380 589 750 751 752 753 1161 1272 1379 1380 1608 1609 1610 1699 1700 1759 1885 2090 2770 2774 2856 2898 2935 3036 3231 3640 3646 3844

Antoine Walker
Abandoned home
010 011 063 064 065 129 130 136 147 148 887 888 1427 1428 1457 1463 1494 1563 2004 2254 2364 2435 2440 2484 2485 2649 2751 2839 2858 3053 3166 3167 3196 3257 3299 3478

Tracy Washington
Shelter
082 083 084 140 284 285 748 749 913 914 940 941 1139 1159 1446 1607 1682 1698 1960 1979 2026 2067 2089 2161 2162 2221 2246 2332 2397 2561 2669 2934 3001 3132 3148 3214 3376 3411 3445 3536 3537 3538 3581 3622 3637 3660 3711

Anthony Wiggins
No access to building
213 214 215 227 313 453 1368 1370 1408 1652 1778 1954 1967 2118 2343 2777 2912 2963 3840

Hewitt Williams
No such address
1066 1067 1076 2046 2047 2515 2873 3370 3501 3505 3867

Hope Williams
No access into building
013 014 015 016 017 018 115 408 409 410 470 640 641 1187 1319 1320 1449 1466 1467 1468 1469 1478 1735 1736 1777 2040 2075 2145 2159 2507 2672 2822 2889 3026 3051 3191 3192 3296 3320 3464 3465

Montrell Williams
Church
1046 1125 1857 1858 2044 2192 2724 2801 2802 2810 2818 2872 2879 3377 3396 3397 3498 3697 3698

Terrence Wilson 
Shelter

FOOTNOTE 2 (Fifth Amendment/Immunity Witnesses)

Danielle Campbell

070 114 383 634 639 980 1169 1180 1181 1182 1183 1184 1185 1186 1450 1633 1672 1725 1726 1737 1783 1816 2098 2158 2177 2231 2259 2300 2301 2302 2353 2367 2447 2458 2488 2511 2578 2595 2621 2878 2885 2931 2974 2986 3147 3361 3421 3438 3471 3475 3542 3543 3619

Tnisha Colbert

008 467 468 469 540 541 542 543 544 598 599 600 700 740 1277 1405 1406 1417 1496 1502 1568 1569 1668 1831 1886 2173 2239 2286 2436 2451 2453 2454 2455 2456 2457 2575 2576 2670 2671 2737 2845 2850 2868 2901 2906 2907 2908 2958 2965 2967 2968 3061 3062 3149 3156 3174 3175 3176 3190 3221 3222 3336 3463 3482 3489 3541 3586 3653 3684 3685 3727 3728 3729 3730 3731

Melissa Darnell

1639 1891 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 2043 2211 2313 2494 2495 2695 2696 2709 2870 2998 3067 3082 3083 3701 3702 3753 3754 3755 3756 3768 3769 3771 3772 3773 3831 3832

Bobbie D. Diggs

425 426 427 428 446 464 465 491 1309 1310 1311 1423 1424 1425 1426 1516 1828 1895 1896 1897 1898 1995 2009 2233 2277 2518 2609 2610 2611 2612 2613 2614 2615 2690 2691 2692 2816 3056 3058 3181 3211 3212 3213 3321 3322 3337 3343 3399 3595 3601 3693 3718 3719 3720 3721 3742 3757 3795 3796 3797 3798 3799 3800 3801 3802 3803 3804 3805 3806 3807 3808 3863

Evelyn Gerst

026 591 592 596 597 724 725 726 727 728 729 730 731 943 944 983 989 990 1162 1273 1276 1474 1597 1667 2012 2084 2174 2265 2287 2392 2622 2732 2808 3155 3312 3347 3415 3443 3658

Margol Inabinet

027 028 029 030 031 176 177 178 373 374 375 376 377 378 487 754 755 1059 1060 1128 1402 1479 1580 1611 1612 1811 2191 2308 2362 2371 2372 2540 2684 2720 2750 2918 3121 3154 3311 3369 3439 3473

Antoine Jefferies

548 909 947 948 949 950 1089 1090 1091 1092 1093 1094 1095 1096 1097 1098 1165 1213 1887 2105 2171 2172 2523 2538 2820 3060 3068 3069 3081 3173 3416 3417 3624 3691 3725 3726

Andre D. Rempson

330 573 574 575 918 920 921 922 923 964 965 966 968 970 979 1081 1082 1146 1147 1148 1208 1220 1265 2052 2060 2061 2062 2063 2064 2065 2066 2078 2726 2728 2746 3099 3283 3284 3381 3382 3383 3401 3402 3403 3405 3407 3409 3627 3634 3686 3687

FOOTNOTE 3

(a) Challenge 8 - Purported Circulator Appears To Not Reside At Address Stated On Circulator's Affidavit of Certification

038 039 138 367 368 369 593 1274 1396 1397 1398 1482 1666 1795 1868 2560 2618 2685 2874 3641 009 032 316 317 318 322 323 1145 1399 1438 1495 1745 1747 1976 1997 2108 2214 2564 2680 2849 3351 3488 001 002 088 089 090 091 103 104 112 113 353 355 356 412 413 414 415 1241 1321 1322 1385 1386 1387 1394 1440 1441 1508 1640 1740 1741 1751 1752 1754 1754 1776 1942 1943 1972 1973 1991 2109 2114 2136 2261 2361 2904 3029 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 557 558 559 560 561 562 563 564 565 566 567 568 569 570 571 572 701 702 703 704 705 706 707 708 709 710 711 1256 1257 1284 1285 1286 1287-1288 1289 1290 1584 1585 1586 1587 1588 1674 1675 1676 1684 1685 1686 1687 1688 1689 1833 2016 2017 2018 2082 2201 2284 2388 2633 2780 3313 3314 3575 3655 3656 012 033 034 035 036 037 040 041 042 043 044 045 052 053 393 394 554 555 556 697 698 699 1057 1058 1358 1360 1465 1480 1481 1483 1484 1485 1486 1492 1805 1806 1807 1808 1809 1810 1818 1840 2002 2003 2103 2285 2356 2433 2452 2552 2760 2862 2985 3055 3157 092 093 094 095 105 647 648 649 650 904 906 1191 1192 1193 1246 1247 1262 1323 1324 1490 1491 1739 1839 1847 1893 1961 1998 2050 2134 2186 2247 2304 2305 2465 2466 2467 2470 2471 2472 2473 2522 2536 2594 2619 2665 2673, 2683 2759 2848 2857 2909 2960 2982 3034 3041 3065 3134 3135 3163 3164 3178 3182 3237 3238 3247 3248 3260 3264 3265 3266 3270 3272 3295 3356 3375 3420 3444 3509 3589 3645 3692 3780 057 320 642 643 646 975 976 1073 1134 1188 1225 1470 1570 1571 1630 1738 1765 1766 1813 1945 1994 2008 2074 2081 2099 2152 2175 2274 2298 2299 2317 2508 2537 2547 2590 2637 2723 2791 2821 2944 2945 2959 2987 2988 3074 3098 3107 3145 3158 3223 3245 3279 3281 3319 3332 3379 3490 3632 3855 908 2322 2586 2725 2827 3016 3018 3200 3507 3508 3667 3668 3849 096 097 098 099 100 197 198 321 757 867-868 869 870 871 1132 1224 1248 1249 1250 1251 1252 1556 1613 1614 1615 1764 2028 2051 2205 2206 2255 2390 2464 2626 2722 2815 2848 2869 2926 2983 3103 3123 3216 3340 3435 3440 3585 3588 3657 3703 226 301 310 311 312 443 454 456 457 458 844 845 850 851 852 911 912 915 1369 1409 1544 1545 1547 1653 1718 1719 1781 1869 2032 2107 2502 2568 2643 2675 2806 2825 2853 2993 3017 3072 3093 3116 3117 3130 3151 3183 3237 3240 3244 3276 3334 3378 3400 3404 3456 3457 3462 3516 3518 3596 3597 3598 3675 3707 3708 3710 3839.

FOOTNOTE 4

(b) Challenge 9 - Signatures Appear To Be Forged On The Circulator's Affidavit of Certification

023 059 060 061 077 078 108 109 110 116 117 146 354 386 466 1308 1403 1447 1471 1683 1753 1812 2014 2169 2272 2273 2389 2474 2475 2476 2556 2577 2654 2687 2757 2840 2866 3043 3063 3131 3263 3358 3484 3584 3591 3732 026 591 592 596 597 724 725 726 727 728 729 730 731 943 944 983 989 990 1162 1273 1276 1474 1597 1667 2012 2084 2174 2265 2287 2392 2622 2732 2808 3155 3312 3347 3415 3443 3658 612 613 614 615 616 617 618 629 630 631 632 873 938 939 978 981 982 993 994 1083 1084 1085 1086 1156 1157 1209 1460 1557 1558 1629 1722 1724 1727 1797 2034 2244 2245 2365 2366 2731 2734 2752 2789 2890 2995 3003 3165 3195 3297 3410 3546 290 291 292 293 294 499 500 1072 1244 1315 1576 1577 1578 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 2270 2276 2386 2387 2574 3133 3184 3446 3502 3503 3602 3603 142 184 185 186 359 360 363 366 371 1253 1400 1401 1436 1583 1744 1790 1837 1838 1980 2138 2376 2461 2739 2971 3261 3620 096 097 098 099 100 197 198 321 757 867 868 869 870 871 1132 1224 1248 1249 1250 1251 1252 1556 1613 1614 1615 1764 2028 2051 2205 2206 2255 2390 2464 2626 2722 2815 2848 2869 2926 2983 3103 3123 3216 3340 3435 3440 3585 3588 3657 3703,122 123 756 1217 1654 1655 1657 1658 1659 1673 1701 1750 1969 1970 1999 2000 2027 2132 2153 2155 2156 2248 2250 2266 2267 2352 2368 2377 2398 2399 2514 2557 (changed name) 2646 2648 2656 2657 2658 2659 2660 2768 2769 2783 2784 2829 2838 2861 2897 2930 2975 2976 2989 3047 3048 3455 3623 3661 3662 330 573 574 575 918 920-921 922 923 964 965 966 968 970 979 1081 1082 1146 1147 1148 1208 1220 1265 2052 2060 2061 2062 2063 2064 2065 2066 2078 2726 2728 2746 3099 3283 3284 3381 3382 3383 3401 3402 3403 3405 3407 3409 3627 3634 3686 3687 124 150 1133 1382 1431 1452 1453 1660 1661 1817 1832 1871 1989 1990 2001 2020 2115 2168 2185 2251 2264 2311 2312 2324 2325 2339 2369 2370 2487 2549 2876 2554 2555 2558 2634a 2635 2667 2764 2832 2864 2884 2936 2999 3039 3046 3104 3142 3273 3317 3327 3359 3362 3449 3476 3477 3510 3511 3512 3615 3616 3625 3648 3649 3778 337 379 3801589 750 751 752 753 1161 1272 1379 1380 1608 1609 1610 1699 1700J759 1885 209'0 2770 2774 2856 2898 2935 3036 3231 3640 3646 3844 0 2 083 084 140 284 285 748 749 913 914 940 941 1139 1159 1446 16 7 1682 1698 1960 1979 2026 2067 2089 2161 2162 2221 2246 2332 2397 2561 2669 2934 3001 3132 3148 3214 3376 3411 3445 3536 3537 3538 3581 3622 3637 3660 3711

FOOTNOTE 5

(c) Challenge 10 - Other Than Named Circulator Appears To Have Signed Circulator's Affidavit of Certification

295 296 297 298 299 300 401 402 403 404 405 406 1243 1787 2190 2318 2519 2603 2604 2605 2606 2607 2608 2716 2727 2814 3391 3605 3715 3716 3860 675 676 677 1056 1118 1202 1841 2071 2316 2719 2886 2888 3004 3005 3291 3318 3368 3654 3774 023 059 060 061 077 078 108 109 110 116 117 146 354 386 466 1308 1403 1447 1471 1683 1753 1812 2014 2169 2272 2273 2389 2474 2475 2476 2556 2577 2654 2687 2757 2840 2866 3043 3063 3131 3263 3358 3484 3584 3591 3732 324 493 494 495 496 497 498 902 1047 1048 1049 1051 1054 1126 1135 1223 1314 1373 1374 1375 1376 1762 1763 1944 2212 2496 2497 2498 2499 2500 2521 2616 2693 2694 2700 2711 2713 2718 2744 2914 2933 3186 3187 3188 3210 3232 3366 3398 3499 3506 3699 3700 3770 3817 3819 3827 3828 3829 3833 3834 3850 3851 3859 3868 3869 1070 1130 1579 2573 2701 2703 2704 (no end date) 2705 2712 2714 2715 3246 3604 3714 3864 026 591 592 596 597 724 725 726 727 728 729 730 731 943 944 983 989 990 1162 1273 1276 1474 1597 1667 2012 2084 2174 2265 2287 2392 2622 2732 2808 3155 3312 3347 3415 3443 3658 612 613 614 615 61,6 617 618 629 630 631 632 873 938 939 978 981 982 993 994 1083 1084 1085 1086 1156 1157 1209 1460 1557 1558 1629 1722 1724 1727 1797 2034 2244 2245 2365 2366 2731 2734 2752 2789 2890 2995 3003 3165 3195 3297 3410 3546 142 184 185 186 359 360 363 366 371 1253 1400 1401 1436 1583 1744 1790 1837 1838 1980 2138 2376 2461 2739 2971 3261 3620 122 123 756 1217 1654 1655 1657 1658 1659 1673 1701 1750 1969 1970 1999 2000 2027 2132 2153 2155 2156 2248 2250 2266 2267 2352 2368 2377 2398 2399 2514 2557 (changed name) 2646 2648 2656 2657 2658 2659 2660 2768 2769 2783 2784 2829 2838 2861 2897 2930 2975 2976 2989 3047 3048 3455 3623 3661 3662 124 150 1133 1382 1431 1452 1453 1660 1661 1817 1832 1871 1989 1990 2001 2020 2115 2168 2185 2251 2264 2311 2312 2324 2325 2339 2369 2370 2487 2549 2876 2554 2555 2558 2634a 2635 2667 2764 2832 2864 2884 2936 2999 3039 3046 3104 3142 3273 3317 3327 3359 3362 3449 3476 3477 3510 3511 3512 3615 3616 3625 3648 3649 3778 337 379 380 589 750 751 752 753 1161 1272 1379 1380 1608 1609 1610 1699 1700 1759 1885 2090 2770 2774 2856 2898 2935 3036 3231 3640 3646 3844 082 083 084 140 284 285 748 749 913 914 940 941 1139 1159 1446 1607 1682 1698 1960 1979 2026 2067 2089 2161 2162 2221 2246 2332 2397 2561 2669 2934 3001 3132 3148 3214 3376 3411 3445 3536 3537 3538 3581 3622 3637 3660 3711

FOOTNOTE 6

832 833 834 1271 2031 2275 2401 2402 2403 2424 2600 3553 079 319 344 345 739 1377 1511 1512 1601 1761 1823 1824 2005 2022 2163 2378 2379 2394 2551 2596 2686 2915 2981 3000 3035 3141 3203 3252 3331 3344 3345 3431 3432 3582 3583 3617 3618 3650 3841 384 385 416 538 1746 2232 2271 2309 2541 2579 3150 3177 3250 3447 3594 3651 1137 1348 2208 2218 2620 2970 3031 3427 3450 3846 3862 1378 1475 1476 1477 1516 1786 1826 2006 2007 2126 2157 2165 2220 2238 2384 2553 2678 2916 149 1430 1433 1489 1562 2140 2141 2151 2269 2438 2504 2562 2639 2650 2748 2865 2922 3547 3680 331 332 1383 1419 1464 1487 1488 1794 2489 2891 3269 3350 3609 3610 3611 248 265 266 481 482 483 484 786 787 788 789 790 791 1027 1035 1037 1038 1121 1234 1204 1349 1350 1648 2645 3032 3105 3441 3695 3696 024 025 334 741 901 903 1260 1381 1472 1473 1602 1603 1758 1867 1888 1971 2049 2224 2225 2226 2320 2321 2347 2348 2349 2350 2351 2459 2984 2984 2992 3.038 3052 3328 3341 3371 3607 439 440 669 670 671 1201 1237 1336 1774 2510 2941 3683 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 759 760 761 762 763 764 765 766 1296 1297 1316 435 436 437 442 530 664 665 1041 1332 1333 1334 1844 3364 216 1600 1692 1768 1957 1958 2021 2085 2123 2125 2202 2327 2340 2359 2360 2567 2581 2583 2584 2598 2689 2729 2837 2895 3023 3092 3122 3146 3204 3241 3242 3243 3433 3468 3469 3600 3629 3709 3717 155 156 690 691 692 1105 1108 1205 1206 1307 1335 1948 2121 2990 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 767 768 769 770 771 772 773 774 775 776 777 954 1166 1233 1353 1354 1355 1356 1518 1519 1520 1616 1617 1620 1621 1702 1947 027 028 029 030 031 176 177 178 373 374 375 376 377 378 487 754 755 1059 1060 1128 1402 1479 1580 1611 1612 1811 2191 2308 2362 2371 2372 2540 2684 2720 2750 2918 3121 3154 3311 3369 3439 3473 328 329 357 358 549 550 745 746 942 1160 1218 1219 1388 1389 1695 1748 1758 1884 1889 1941 2023 2024 2086 2111 2137 2240 2535 2767 2843 3170 3228 3414 3442 3639 3724 908 2322 2586 2725 2827 3016 3018 3200 3507 3508 3667 3668 3849 548 909 947 948 949 950 1089 1090 1091 1092 1093 1094 1095 1096 1097 1098 1165 1213 1887 2105 2171 2172 2523 2538 2820 3060 3068 3069 3081 3173 3416 3417 3024 3691 3725 3726 835 836 837 1032 1033 1034 1036 1535 1536 1537 1711 1712 431 432 433 434 633 1168 1238 1239 1327 1328 1329 1330 1331 1642 1643 1644 1645 1775 1949 2572 2773 2902 3030 3466 325 326 327 349 350 351 352 364 365 417 418 419 461 462 463 608 609 610 611 1325 1384 1392 1393 1407 1581 1582 1756 1962 2112 2113 2241 2342 2834 3230 3467 3472 3845 338 339 340 1221 1245 1573 1574 1760 1951 1952 2336 2735 579 580 864-866 1268 1553 3549 246 247 668 1235 1344 1842 1843 2219 2262 2263 2268 2509 2741 2942 3418 421 422 423 424 905 9071263 1326 1395 1821 1996 2110 2154 2228 2229 2230 2385 2546 2580 2778 2779 2863 3040 3152 3330 3339 3448 3470 3606 3847 637 638 644 645 736 737 738 1189 1599 1631 1691 2180 2292 2297 2512 2591 2688 2733 2835 2994 3073 3096 3205 3558 3647 3776 3777 855 2307 2587 2642 2730 2786 2826 3015 3091 3095 3197 3199 3289 3302 3303 3304 3305 3306 3424 3425 3426 3517 3551 3552 3669 3670 3671 3676 3677 3678 2423 2425 2426 2427 2428 2431 3820 3858 471 472 473 474 475 666 667 1200 1302 1203 2792 3006 3292 205 206 211 212 259 260 536 537 924 925 926 1149 1227 1229 1229 1300 1301 1361 2740 3100 3323 3329 3408 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 531 532 533 534 535 806 807 808 809 1298 1337 1338 1339 1340 1341 1342 1343 1528 1646 1963 2194 3492 179 180 181 182 183 501 502 503 504 505 685 686 687 688 689 1204 1254 1258 1291 1292 1432 1677 1678 1834 1835 1836 2010 2013 2295 2652 2927 3054 3342 3349 3723 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 846 847 848 856 857 858 859 860 861 862 863 984 985 995 996 1363 1549 1550 1551 1552 3118 3436 3592 3628 3631 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 2697 2698 2699 2708 2710 3185 1259 1554 1728 1977 1978 2242 2323 2383 2569 2635b 2641 2653 2666 3354 3355 395 396 778 779 780 781 1359 1521 1649 1703 1740 1965 2130 2330 3138 335 336 1261 1498 1499 1500 1501 1819 1820 2135 2260 2357 2382 2441 2442 2449 2679 3153 3256 3842 3843 1075 1077 1864 2601 2602 2794 2795 2796 2797 3790 3791 3792 3793 3794 3818 3852 1870 2072 2593 2651 2842 2855 2928 293k 2955 3217 3218 3219 3722 1317 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 2187 2188 2189 2319 3373 3705 3809 3810 3811 3812.3813 3814 3815 3816 3830 545 546 547 732 733 734 735 1150 1278 1279 1280 1281 1282 1590 1591 1592 1598 1669 1670 1671 1690 1892 2019 2059 2198 2333 2334 2335 2534 2597 2661 2662 2844 2883 2899 2932 3168 3325 3326 3386 3638 199 447 1411 1412 1546 1721 1782 2131 2358 2513 2668 2900 2961 3024 3129 3239 3333 3335 3706 3835 3836 141 143 1422 1434 1435 1437 1791 1981 2373 2374 2979 3268 062 066 067 068 071 072 073 074 075 120 121 132 133 134 135 137 314 315 441 622 635 997 999 1144 1176 1177 1178 1179 1371 1372 1451 1461 1462 1513 1732 1733 1799 1829 1872 1968 2097 2117 2133 2166 2183 2237 2341 2439 2809 2823 2867 3049 2108 3160 3233 3254 3275 3485 3486 279 388 389 798 799 800 801 1230 1231 1232 1707 1946 2119 2120 2129 2896 3555 3663 747 1391 1606 1696 1697 1742 1743 1749 1974 2025 2087 2088 2199 2203 2204 2227 2310 2337 2338 2363 2396 2630 2631 2781 2783 2830 2973 3020 3085 3086 3206 3226 3286 3315 128 1415 1416 1454 1988 2479 2480 2559 2582 2754 2978 3363 1517 2144 2146 2147 2253 2443 2444 2445 2446 2477 2478 2682 2756 2758 3044 3159 3255 3360 3487 010 011 063 064 065 129 130 136 147 148 887 888 1427 14281457 1463 1494 156.3 2004 2254 2364 2435 2440 2484 2485 2649 2751 2839 2858 3053 3166 3167 3196 3257 3299 3478 082 083 084 140 284 285 748 749 913 914 940 941 1139 1159 1446 1607 1682 1698 1960 1979 2026 2067 2089 2161 2162 2221 2246 2332 2397 2561 2669 2934 3001 3132 3148 3214 3376 3411 3445 3536 3537 3538 3581 3622 3637 3660 3711 213 214 215 227 313 453 1368 1370 1408 1652 1778 1954 1967 2118 2343 2777 2912 2963 3840 581 582 583 584 890 891 892 927 928 972 1269 1270 1555 1625 1626 1627 1723 2289 2824 2882 3064 3280 3380 3384 3587 3681 013 014 015 016 017 018 115 408 409 410 470 640 641 1187 1319 1320 1449 1466 1467 1468 1469 1478 1735 1736 1777 2040 2075 2145 2159 2507 2672 2822 2889 3026 3051 3191 3192 3296 3320 3464 3465 1046 1125 1857 1858 2044 2192 2724 2801 2802 2810 2818 2872 2879 3377 3396 3397 3498 3697 3698

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