In 2003, Bev Harris (the then-housewife and now-founder of BlackBoxVoting.org) wanted to know more about the election software that was being used in her home town near Seattle, WA. She got on the internet and ran Google search after Google search until suddenly... "... when I found that Diebold Election Systems had been storing 40,000 of its files on an open web site, an obscure site, never revealed to public interest groups, but generally known among election industry insiders, and available to any hacker with a laptop, I looked at the files. Having a so-called security-conscious voting machine manufacturer store sensitive files on an unprotected public web site, allowing anonymous access, was bad enough, but when I saw what was in the files my hair turned gray. Really. It did." "The contents of these files amounted to a virtual handbook for vote-tampering: They contained diagrams of remote communications setups, passwords, encryption keys, source code, user manuals, testing protocols, and simulators, as well as files loaded with votes and voting machine software"
What's really grabbed me, however, is that it's pretty well accepted everywhere that Ohio was handed to Bush. The CEO of Diebold [company involved in voting soft- & hardware] himself "devoted the votes of Ohio to Bush" : http://www.nytimes.c.../05/12/politics/camp...... and that's just a little chilling no?
No...no....NO!!! Damn it, you all aren't looking far enough
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