Wednesday, May 11, 2011

One of the most damaging and concrete videos about what happened in the presidential election in Florida 2000.

Clinton E. Curtis, ex-programmer tells all during a Congressional hearing on voting fraud. In October 2000, Curtis was asked by Tom Feeney (R), then Speaker of the House in Florida, to write a computer program that would render electronic voting fraud undetectable....Curtis did just that.

Curtis testified before a Congressional Hearing revealing that he had written a computer program that would steal an election because his company had asked him to. The head lobbyist for his firm was also the Speaker of the House Tom Feeney of Florida. The only way to detect this electronic voting fraud would be to check the source code beforehand rendering it basically undetectable once in use.

Curtis had also worked for NASA, ExxonMobile, and Department of Transporation.

1 comment:

  1. I imagine that the additional code could be stored on a secondary chip on the voting machine motherboard and this would allow the code to reinstall itself after clean code is flashed. The company fixing the code can fix it or make it even harder to detect. Just as you can have banks too big to fail you can have corruption (such as the presidential election of 2000) that must be swept under the rug to prevent political kaos. Perhaps that's why there was no final full recount.