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Programmer wrote code to win Bush 2000 Election

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posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 06:33 PM
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"In December 2004, computer programmer Clint Curtis swore in an affidavit that he was asked in 2000 by (now) US Congressman Tom Feeney (R-FL) to design a software prototype that could "flip" the vote in South Florida voting machines."

From marc.perkel.com...


Link - has a video of the hearing)
Link 2 (from Wired)

If this is true wouldn't this lead to Bushes Empeachment?

Also, can anyone help explain what the connection with the "suicide" of Raymond Lemme of the Florida Inspector General's office have to do with it...

Link to story

seems suspicious...

any thoughts?




posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 07:20 PM
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this had been brought up a while ago there is a slue of information in Gools thread linked below called the DieBold Factor. suicide Raymond Lemme isn't that how the Bush Administration removes problems?






Texas to Florida: White House-linked clandestine operation paid for "vote switching" software



In 2002, Feeney asked Curtis if he could develop a touch screen voting machine "flip flop" program. According to Curtis, Feeney asked him, "Can you write a program to flip votes around on touch screen machines?" Curtis said Feeney wanted the program to merely reduce votes in heavily Democratic areas and flip Republican votes to 51 percent and keep Democrat votes to 49 percent. Curtis added that Feeney "did not want to win by a lot." In return, Curtis said Feeney offered him "big jobs." Curtis's main tasks at Yang were to develop the Florida DOT's Electronic Document Management System. He also worked on the Project Pipeline Information System at another one of Yang's major clients, Exxon Mobil's Coral Gables facility




Curtis said he developed the voting program and eventually handed off his prototype to Feeney. The program was also reviewed by Curtis's senior coder, Hai Lin (Henry) Nee, who according to Florida Department of Transportation sources, was an illegal alien working in the United States. According Curtis, not only did Nee review the vote switching program code but he constantly downloaded sensitive data to his computer from NASA's computers. Nee, according to Curtis, moonlighted at an Orlando company called Azure Systems, described by The Orlando Sentinel as a "three person engineering firm" and one of a number of companies linked to Ting Ih-Hsu, a former Lockheed Martin employee. At the same time Nee was reviewing Yang's vote switching program, he was also being investigated by U.S. federal investigators for illegally shipping Hellfire missile parts to China. Oddly, although U.S. law enforcement agents had put Nee and his associates under surveillance for illegal exports of technology to China in 1999, he and his colleagues were not arrested until March of this year.

Raymond Lemme

After Feeney's ascension to Congress, Yang's questionable billing activities with its Florida DOT contract came to the attention of Ray C. Lemme, a seasoned senior investigator with the Florida DOT Inspector General's Office and a combat veteran of the Vietnam War. Lemme had a lot of evidence to suspect that Yang was overbilling the DOT for "millions." After discovering Yang's dirty laundry, Curtis went to work for the DOT. Mavis Georgalis, the DOT's contracting officer for the Yang contract, was also aware of improprieties with the contract. As a result of pressure from the Florida State House, both Curtis and Georgalis were eventually fired by the DOT because of their complaints about the Yang contract. Someone was obviously trying to send Curtis a message when, on August 14, 2002, he discovered that someone poisoned his pet Pomeranian dog, Emily. Lemme was forced to stop his official investigation of Yang for similar reasons. However, he decided to continue an "unofficial" investigation of Yang and its practices on the side. It was a fateful decision.




Source: www.onlinejournal.com...


ATS
The Diebold Factor



posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 07:23 PM
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So if this is true, what do you think will happen to Bush?



posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 07:27 PM
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Originally posted by Klepto
So if this is true, what do you think will happen to Bush?


Klepto in my layman's opinion, absolutely nothing will happen to Bush and his crowd.

[edit on 27/3/2005 by Sauron]



posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 07:42 PM
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Originally posted by Klepto
So if this is true, what do you think will happen to Bush?
NOTHING. Absolutely nothing.

The man is untouchable, this is very obvious by now.

Anything happen to him when we went to a bogus war? NO


Have any of his lies set off impeachment proceedings? NO

'fraid this also will cause some to
, thats about the extent of it.



posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 07:45 PM
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In my "First Year of a Law Degree" opinion, nothing.

The only thing that can be done, is for someone to get as much knowledge about what happened and American law, then file a law suit. But, the chances of that happening and either;

A) A Lawyer taking the case on or
B) The person not 'committing suicide'

are none-existant. In my view. Sorry, but this is the way the world is. Everything is rigged. Might as well get rid of democracy by name, it's gone in reality as well.



posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 07:48 PM
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This is honestly quite laughable, it sounds like the Presidency could be a screen play written by Woody Allen!



hehe



posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 08:21 PM
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Originally posted by Klepto
This is honestly quite laughable, it sounds like the Presidency could be a screen play written by Woody Allen!


I'd pay to watch that. Hell, I'd pay to live it!

Nothing will happen. Bush didn't ask him to, so why should he be harmed? Besides, there's nothing wrong with asking people anything, it's when they do it that is the problem. Even then, he (Feeney) couldn't be charged with anything, unless he paid for it.



posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 09:02 PM
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(Bush Leads America)Even if it went mainstream media, all the sudden Feeney and co. would be linked to Al Qaeda and bombed.



posted on Mar, 28 2005 @ 01:56 AM
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I don't think Bush will get busted over any corruption. If Bush ever does get taken down by scandal, I'll bet it will be over some stupid nothing thing, which seemingly comes out of nowhere. However, I'd say odds are at the moment that Bush will finish his term without a major scandal.



posted on Mar, 28 2005 @ 03:02 AM
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That Pretzel had a chance to end it all......



posted on Mar, 28 2005 @ 04:04 AM
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Did you send a copy to CNN, ABC, CBS(60 Minutes) and NBC? Watch how fast they don't act on it.

The media seems far less inclined to investigate and report on such potentially important matters and due to this the people behind it are more and more inclined to do the extreme then get away with it.

If this guy was approached and has proved it the world media should report on it as well.

Dallas



posted on Sep, 9 2006 @ 02:04 PM
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I just posted to another thread about Clint Curtis and the stupid things Fiendy is doing. Do a search for Clint Curtis in ATS.

jj

Clint Curtis for Congress



posted on Sep, 10 2006 @ 07:00 AM
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IMHO, simply the fact that Bush is Knighted by the English Crown is a violation of Constitution Section 9 (last paragraph) and is sufficient grounds for Impeachment followed by indictment for Treason.

Also up for removal from Office & indictment for Treason is every lawyer in any Federal Office who also carries the title of "Esquire"; This is a nobile title granted by the English Crown to lawyers of the International Bar Association.




posted on Sep, 11 2006 @ 12:51 AM
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Another smoking gun. Smoking platoon by now...



posted on Sep, 11 2006 @ 01:35 AM
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Originally posted by MidnightDStroyer
IMHO, simply the fact that Bush is Knighted by the English Crown is a violation of Constitution Section 9 (last paragraph) and is sufficient grounds for Impeachment followed by indictment for Treason.


Ah, no. A few reasons why:

1) Bush Sr. is knighted, not Bush Jr.. The father was given the honorary title Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath by Queen Elizabeth II after his term in office.

Burke's Peerage and Gentry entry

As trivia fodder, Ronald Reagan was the only other past-President so awarded. Dwight Eisenhower also received the title, but before his term.

2) Congress gave its consent to the acceptance of certain gifts and decorations in the Foreign Gifts and Decorations Act of 1966.


The Congress consents to the accepting, retaining, and
wearing by an employee of a decoration tendered in recognition of
active field service in time of combat operations or awarded for
other outstanding or unusually meritorious performance, subject to
the approval of the employing agency of such employee.



''decoration'' means an order, device, medal, badge,
insignia, emblem, or award tendered by, or received from, a
foreign government;


In a similar case, where Chairman Alan Greenspan was knighted, similar cases were cited:


Recent examples of U. S. citizens who have been knighted by the Queen of England while they held public office include General Wesley Clark and General Norman Schwarzkopf (who was presented with his medal by the Queen at his Florida army base). U. S. citizens who are knighted may not use the title "Sir", but may use the initials representing the order of the knighthood they receive, such as "KBE" -- "Knight of the British Empire" -- after their name.


Source

3) Treason is the only crime defined in the Constitution, and it is very specific. Article 3, Section 3:


Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.


The UK is not an enemy of the US. Therefore, the crime of treason could not apply here.

4) Only a President that has allegedly committed "treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors" may be impeached. This would not be treason or bribery, and I sincerely doubt that accepting an honorary title would be seen as a high crime by a supermajority of Congress.

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So, no treason or impeachment over a title he doesn't possess.




Also up for removal from Office & indictment for Treason is every lawyer in any Federal Office who also carries the title of "Esquire"; This is a nobile title granted by the English Crown to lawyers of the International Bar Association.


But U.S. lawyers do not receive the title from the English Crown... they just assume it upon themselves, as there is no restriction of use of 'Esquire' in the U.S.

So no crime has been committed.



[edit on 9/11/2006 by Hobbes]




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