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Programmer testifies under oath that he was asked to rig the 2000 elections.

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posted on Jan, 2 2008 @ 08:52 PM
The guy sounds really credible. I have never had a single doubt that the US elections were rigged, he simply confirm mine and many other suspicions.

posted on Jan, 3 2008 @ 07:10 PM
I don't mean to sound condescending but that video I saw
leads me to believe that he was asked by House Speaker (FL)
Tom Feeney to write a software program that rigged the
election on a Diebold Election Machine. However he did not
state that he was asked to use it in the election results.

But the most horrific incriminating evidence I saw was that
Tom Feeney even asked him to write this software in the first
place is evidence enough for me that the election was rigged
since the election results ended in the 51% to 49% scenario
that he wrote into the program. I guess that means that Bush
really isn't our elected President after all. That is why they couldn't
make the paper ballots match up to the electronic results in the
multiple paper recounts.

Very interesting video, thanks for posting:

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posted on Jan, 3 2008 @ 07:18 PM
However, most folks don't buy a condom
if they're not planning on using it either.
So WHY write the program if not to be used??

Plus Tom Feeney is a Republican

can somebody say congressional hearings on
why Tom Feeney had this election rigging software written??

posted on Jan, 3 2008 @ 07:27 PM
reply to post by piacenza

awesome. i was skeptical at first, because there really aren't too many older-guys that are still programmers. At a certain point you just become a project manager / creative director / make up some other title for yourself.

After hearing him speak for a few minutes, I could tell he was one of us, ha. Definitely a programmer. This is great, although not sure how important it is. there's a great documentary on how the voting machines can be hacked. It's extremely thorough and simple enough to explain to non-programmers.

edit: movie I was talking about:

[edit on 3-1-2008 by scientist]

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