Trio Pleads Guilty to Voter Fraud

The Mississippi Attorney General's Office says three people have entered guilty pleas to voter fraud in Benton County, Miss.

Authorities identified the individuals as Lillie Jean Norton, 59, of Ashland, Miss.; * Larry Tip Massey, 42, of New Albany, Miss.; Henry Massey, 42, of Hickory Flat, Miss. Each pleaded to one count conspiracy to commit voter fraud

All three appeared before Benton County Circuit Court Judge Henry Lackey earlier this week.

"The judge deferred sentencing to a later date not yet set, but all three are facing up to five years in prison," said Attorney General Jim Hood.

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