No they wouldn't be set. Someone at some point would notice that the documents didn't align with the outcome of the votes. A question would be asked that has no acceptable answer.Had it worked they’d be set. So hard to believe that they were able to round up some redpilled morons that were willing to gamble that sure thing?
The story could be exactly as reported. Five groups of people engaged in an unfathomably stupid crime that they signed their names to and made a part of the public record, knowing full well that they had to be caught. Not a single one of them could count to potato?