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Programmer Testifies He Wrote Vote-Rigging Program for Republicans-Video

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posted on Aug, 2 2005 @ 06:24 PM
I know you've probably read the Affidavit, but I'm posting the video of the courtroom testimony, if anyone is interested.

Video Testimony

The programmer claims that he designed and built a "vote rigging" software program at the behest of then Florida Congressman, now U.S. Congressman, Republican Tom Feeney of Florida's 24th Congressional District.
"He detailed, in his own words, that; (a) the program needed to be touch-screen capable (b) the user should be able to trigger the program without any additional equipment (c) the programming to accomplish this needed to stay hidden even if the source code was inspected."

posted on Aug, 2 2005 @ 06:32 PM
So if this is true will it even see the light of day in the media and on Capital Hill? I'm going to have to say "no".

posted on Aug, 2 2005 @ 07:07 PM
Most of the people asking questions were Senators and Congressmen and Congresswomen... I don't know where it will go.

posted on Aug, 3 2005 @ 09:59 AM
Sorry, I should've clarified what I meant by seeing the light of day on Capitol Hill. I meant that in the same way the Downing Street Documents aren't being dealt with in Congress. Instead, a few devoted Congressfolk are having to ask questions in private unofficial hearings. Which, by the way, wouldn't be unofficial if it weren't for the ignorance and child like behavior of one F. James Sensenbrenner (R - WI).

posted on Aug, 3 2005 @ 10:16 AM
I brought this over from a thread Gools had started, The Diebold Factor


Texas to Florida: White House-linked clandestine operation paid for "vote switching" software
By Wayne Madsen
On line Journal Contributing Writer

An exhaustive investigation has turned up a link between current Florida Republican Representative Tom Feeney, a customized Windows-based program to suppress Democratic votes on touch screen voting machines, a Florida computer services company with whom Feeney worked as a general counsel and registered lobbyist while he was Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, and top level officials of the Bush administration. According to a notarized affidavit signed by Clint Curtis, while he was employed by the NASA Kennedy Space Center contractor, Yang Enterprises, Inc., during 2000, Feeney solicited him to write a program to "control the vote." At the time, Curtis was of the opinion that the program was to be used for preventing fraud in the in the 2002 election in Palm Beach County, Florida. His mind was changed, however, when the true intentions of Feeney became clear: the computer program was going to be used to suppress the Democratic vote in counties with large Democratic registrations.

Feeney's desire to manipulate the vote would be manifested in his home base of Volusia County in the 2000 presidential election. According to The Washington Post, at 10 p.m. on election night, Al Gore was leading Bush in Volusia County by 83,000 to 62,000 votes One-half hour later, Gore's vote total had been reduced by 16,000 to 67,000 and an obscure Socialist candidate saw a sudden surge to 10,000 votes in a precinct with only 600 voters. The information on the Volusia optical scanner voting anomalies came from a leaked internal Diebold memorandum. In the end, Bush won Florida and the White House by a mere 537 votes in the most controversial U.S. presidential election in history. Feeney had long been a voice in Florida GOP politics. He was gubernatorial candidate Jeb Bush's running mate in 1994, a race in which Democratic incumbent Lawton Chiles defeated Bush. Chiles once referred to Feeney as "the David Duke of Florida politics."

There is additional information that the election rigging principals connected to the State of Florida and Jeb Bush may have also tried to use contractors tied closely to state contracts to parlay the touch screen software into Maine, which has proportional distribution of its electoral votes by congressional district, and Ohio, the key state in 2004. The information was provided by insiders in Tallahassee who are close to offices involved in procurement by the state government. Sources close to U.S. intelligence pointed to a $29.6 million check supposedly issued on October 22, 2004, by Laurentian Bank in Montreal, Canada, that was rumored by intelligence circles to have been used to pay for the technicians who developed the software to rig the election. The computer voting machine technicians and maintenance personnel involved with the rigging were reported to have included Russians, Mexicans, and Brazilians.More

Wayne Madsen is a Washington, DC-based investigative journalist and syndicated columnist. He is the author of "Jaded Tasks: Big Oil, Black Ops & Brass Plates."


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posted on Sep, 9 2006 @ 02:10 PM
...if we all do our part to inform everyone via emails and blogs.

Feeney is running scared already in race for Feeney's seat in November. Clint jumped into the ring in March 2006, and just Tuesday, we won the primary against a well-liked repeat democratic candidate.

Go Clint! He's the best person I know to be my next representative.

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