Wednesday, February 02, 2005

VOTE FRAUD UK AND USA

http://www.guardian.co.uk/online/comment/story/0,12449,1403545,00.html


Michael Meacher, former UK Environment Minister, writes today in the Guardian:

"The UK government is aiming at 'an e-enabled election some time after 2006'...

"Computer investigators claim that the machines are extremely insecure and vulnerable to hacking via the internet, particularly via remote modems...

"In November 2003, in a governorship election in Alabama, 6,300 votes changed overnight - which gave victory to the Republican candidate. In Texas that same month, three Republican candidates won, each with exactly 18,181 votes. In King County, Washington, in a September 2004 primary, it was discovered that three hours were missing from the audit log...

"Jeffrey Dean, the senior programmer of the Diebold Gems central tabulator system counting a third of the votes in the Bush-Kerry election in 37 states, has a police record. He pleaded guilty to 23 counts of embezzlement involving sophisticated manipulation of computer accounting records."


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