Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Jaw Dropping Testimony of Vote-Rigging in FL and OH

Brad's Blog Too reports on the sworn testimony of the programmer asked to develop vote-rigging software at the Judiciary Committee Democrats meeting.

From an email:

Curtis stood at the front of room with arnebeck seated behind him. Curtis was about five to ten feet from the members of congress. At the front of the room, he placed his hand on a bible and was sworn. To my knowledge, he was the only witness sworn.

Arnebeck began a direct examination of curtis with basic questions, name, residence....

Then got to his qualifications.

Then, he asked curtis something like whether voting machines could be hacked. He said yes. Arnebeck asked him on what he based that opinion. He said because I wrote a program that could do it. Arnebeck asked when that happened. Curtis said feeney had asked him to design such a program at yang enterprises.

Jaws dropped. Tubbs jones and waters looked shocked.

Tubbs jones, waters and nadler asked questions. Waters asked him to repeat who asked him to do it. Congressman feeney, he said. Nadler asked him some questions, as did tubbs jones and a state senator.

Curtis was asked what he would conclude if there was such a substantial deviation btwn exit polls and actual results. He said he would conclude the election had been hacked. Gasps. Could have heard a pin drop.

In the end, curtis was very very convincing to everyone in attendance. He was a show stopper, a stunner. It was a really amazing moment.

It also has reports to the committee that the election machine companies in Ohio are apparently tampering with the machines and trying to rig the recount.
The [Green Presidential candidate] Cobb testimony concerned an eyewitness account from an Elections Official about election machine tampering by a worker from Triad Governmental Systems, Inc. as late as last Friday!

There are a number of other developments covered by the blog.

Breaking News has more on the story.
The House Judiciary Cmte., meeting in Columbus, Ohio to investigate presidential election vote irregularities in the state, has heard evidence that preparations to conduct a fraudulent recount are underway statewide.

Axis of Logic: Ohio Vote Fraud Battle Heats Up
Today Congressman John Conyers, Ranking Member, Committee on the Judiciary and Dean, Congressional Black Caucus, will hold a congressional forum in Columbus, Ohio concerning new evidence of election irregularities and fraud in Ohio.

The Congressional forum will discuss the moral issue of Ohio electors meeting while recounts and litigation are pending. They will raise the question, “How can any group of electors in good conscience meet and decide the outcome of the election before the votes are counted?” This is a moral issue. And the Rev. Jesse Jackson will be at the Columbus forum to call America back to its roots and to the sanctity of the right to vote and to the necessity to have one’s vote counted accurately.

At the same time John Conyer’s forum meets and examines new evidence, John Bonifaz, General Counsel for the National Voting Rights Institute is said to be filing a complaint before the Ohio State Supreme Court, requesting the Court to declare John Kerry the winner of the election in Ohio, based upon new evidence that fraud has indeed occurred.

Dr. Phillips, a PhD well versed in standard techniques of statistical analysis, testifies that in his professional opinion, “John Kerry’s margins of victory were wrongly reduced by 22,000 votes in Cleveland, by 17,000 votes in Columbus, and by as many as 7,000 votes in Toledo. It is my further professional opinion, that John Kerry’s margins of defeat in Warren, Butler, and Clermont counties were inflated by as many as 37,000 votes in the aggregate…”

Op Ed News - Smoking Gun of Election Fraud is in Ken Blackwell’s Hand

Ohio electors urged to delay balloting until after recount - Boston Globe

Ohio Validates Election; Recount Set to Begin - GOP View

SCOOP NZ - Rep. Conyers Alarmed at Efforts to Obstruct Ohio Recount Effort,
Calls Witness to Monday Hearing to Detail Such Efforts

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