Finally, A Voting Fraud Investigator Indicted
David Lopez Zuniga is a very ordinary air conditioning repairman in Houston. He has the typical white panel van filled with the tools and parts for his trade as he travels about the city engaged in the non-exotic craft of repairing air conditioners. This story begins with a rather extraordinary day for this ordinary man had.
As Zuniga was driving his van he is suddenly rammed from behind. As Zuniga gets out of his vehicle a crazed man he has never seen before pulls a gun on him and orders him to the ground. The crazed man kneels on his back, gun to his head, until the police arrive.
The crazed man is former Houston Police Department Captain Mark Aguirre. Aguirre was working for a group called “Liberty Center” financed by conservative activist Steven Hotze, who remains convinced massive election fraud, and Hotze paid Aguirre hundreds of thousands of dollars to investigate and find election fraud, most of which was deposited in Aguirre’s account the day after this incident.
Aguirre somehow became convinced that Zuniga was the mastermind of a massive voting fraud plot and had 750,000 fraudulent ballots hidden in that van. Thus, on October 19th of last year Aguirre rammed Zuniga’s van and held him at gunpoint. When the police arrived Aguirre insisted they search the van. The police did and found only a van filled with tools and air conditioner parts. That must have been an interesting moment.
However, the story now concludes with a happy ending. Yesterday Aguirre was indicted on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The charge carries a maximum sentence of 20 years.