After the 2020 and 2022 elections, people have continued to raise questions about the potential for fraud through mail-in ballots.

Already, films like 2000 Mules and groups like Project Veritas have exposed extensive ballot-harvesting schemes that have brought to light how no-excuse absentee and mail-in-voting are highly susceptible to fraud.

In yet another instance of mail-in-ballot fraud, a man who was charged with impersonating a U.S Postal Service (USPS) Mail Carrier was found with fifteen mail-in-ballots.

The man being charged, Zachkey James, allegedly stole an Arrow Key, a master key given to USPS workers to open collection boxes, and used it to steal mail across Philadelphia.

U.S. Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero said that there has been a spike in mail theft cases across the country.

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“In recent months, there has been a rise in crimes involving the mail, including mail theft, check washing and robberies of postal carriers,” Romero said in a Twitter video.

The Epoch Times Reports

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Zachkey James, 27, was charged with impersonation of a U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Mail Carrier, unlawful possession of three USPS arrow keys, mail theft, and possession of stolen mail, U.S. Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero said in a statement.

The arrow key is a universal master key that opens USPS mail boxes and the master door panel for clusters of mail boxes such as those found in apartments.

A July 2022 indictment alleges that while pretending to be a USPS mail carrier, James stole undelivered mail from a collection box near the Kingsessing Post Office in Philadelphia.

In October 2022, while again allegedly pretending to be a mail carrier, James is accused of stealing undelivered mail from a collection box near the East Germantown Post Office in Philadelphia. And in November 2022, James possessed three arrow keys and approximately 15 mail-in ballots that had been taken from USPS collection boxes, the indictment said.

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