“Conviction upheld in ‘relax’ robocall from 2010 election night”

Baltimore Sun:

Maryland’s second-highest court upheld on Monday political consultant Julius Henson’s conspiracy conviction in a robocall scheme that prosecutors said was designed to suppress black votes.

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals reaffirmed the conviction, writing that the case “presents us with a sad tale.” A judge wrote that Henson “and his collaborators callously attempted to manipulate members of the electorate.”

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