The analysis of Tobin's and key New Hampshire Republicans' phone records, based on evidence introduced at Tobin's trial, was done by the Senate Majority Project. The analysis will be used today as part of a voter fraud suit filed by Democrats; they'll be asking the judge to order GOP and White House officials to answer questions about the jamming. The AP's story on Tobin's calls to the White House yesterday was also based on their analysis.
Let's revisit the morning of the crime.
At 11:02 AM, Tobin checked his voice mail on his cell phone. An hour earlier, two calls had been placed to Tobin's cell from the NHRSC. The phone jamming had been called off at 9:15 AM, after the NHRSC's Chairman was told that it was illegal.
At 11:12 AM, Tobin called the NHRSC. The conversation lasted a couple minutes.
Shortly thereafter, at 11:20 AM, Tobin had a five minute conversation with someone at the White House's Office of Political Operations, his first of the day.
There's even more in the records analysis to suggest possible White House knowledge - more on that later.