Felons Working on Election Systems
This is really troubling. Some of the folks at Diebold Election Systems who have been involved in the development and operation of the vote systems have a history of stealing money by computer and tampering with computer files, according to an Associated Press article that appeared in the San Jose Mercury News.
Even worse, according to Susan Marie Weber’s note in the recent RISKS Digest posting, “this story does not even mention Phil Foster, employee of Sequoia Pacific, indicted for vote fraud, who was working in the back rooms during the elections of Riverside County, November, 2000.”
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