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From: "Steve Milo"
Subject: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] (Fwd) Fwd: Review of Computer Vote Rigging: Video
To: "Mark Simko"
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I'm also not surprised how much you of a puppet you are for the psycho liberal communists.
Dude, you *need* to get a life. No one cares about your stupid hobby.
You found some freedom in the United States and decided that you can hijack free speech in the name of your own personal agenda.
You are a bigger puppet than your left-wing buddies think the right-wing mouth pieces are.
Its the same crap from the left 'democratic votes suppressed, republican senator elected as a result. Oh my f*-at-king gawd, the sky is falling too!'
All the democrats and left-wing have been doing is 'shrill, shrill, shrill, shrill, shrill.' Go read some history books, your noise is nothing new, you are not unique and you are replaceable.
> Fwd: Review
> of Computer Vote Rigging: Video
> is anyone surprised?
> Begin forwarded message:
> Computer programmer Clinton Curtis testified at the December 13th,
> 2004 Congressional hearing in Columbus, Ohio naming Republican
> Congressman Tom Feeney as the person who hired him to prepare
> vote-rigging software.
> The programmer claims that he designed and built a "vote rigging"
> software program at the behest of then Florida Congressman, now
> Congressman, Republican Tom Feeney of Florida's 24th
> Clint Curtis, 46, claims that he built the software for Feeney in 2000
> while working at a sofware design and engineering company in
> Florida (Feeney's home district).
> Curtis, in his affidavit, says that as technical advisor and
> programmer at Yang Enterprises, Inc. (YEI) he was present at
> meetings where Feeney was present "on at least a dozen
> Feeney, who had run in 1994 as Jeb Bush's running-mate in his
> unsuccessful bid for Florida Governor, was serving as both
> counsel and registered lobbyist for YEI during the period that Curtis
> worked at the company.
> Feeney was also concurrently serving as a Florida state
> while performing those services for YEI. Feeney would eventually
> become Speaker of the Florida House before being elected to the
> House of Representatives in 2002. He is now a member of the U.S.
> Judiciary Committee.
> At an October 2000 meeting with Feeney, according to the affidavit
> BRAD BLOG interviews with Curtis over the past three days,
> inquired whether the company could build a "vote fraud software
> At least three YEI employees are said to have been present at that
> meeting; Curtis, company owner, Mrs. Li Woan Yang, and her
> secretary, Mike Cohen. Two other YEI employees may have come
> in and
> out at different points of the meeting according to Curtis.
> Curtis says that Feeney "was very specific in the design and
> specifications required for this program."
> "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
> Though there was no problem with the first two requirements, Curtis
> explained to the Congressman that it would be "virtually impossible
> hide such code written to change the voting results if anyone is able
> to review the uncompiled source code"
> Nonetheless, he was asked at the meeting by Mrs. Yang to build the
> prototype anyway.
> Curtis, "a life-long Republican" at the time, claims that it was his
> initial belief that Feeney's interest was in trying to stop Democrats
> from using "such a program to steal an election". Curtis had
> that Feeney, "wanted to be able to detect and prevent that if it
> Upon delivery of the software design and documentation on CD to
> Yang, Curtis again explained to her that it would be impossible to
> hide routines created to manipulate the vote if anybody would be
> to inspect the precompiled source code.
> Mrs. Yang then told him, "You donÂ’t understand, in order to get the
> contract we have to hide the manipulation in the source code. This
> program is needed to control the vote in South Florida."
> Mrs. Yang then took the CD containing the software from Curtis,
> reportedly for later delivery to Feeney.
> In other meetings with Feeny prior to the 2000 elections, it became
> clear to Curtis that Feeney had plans to suppress the vote in strong
> Democratic precincts. In the affidavit, Curtis claims that in those
> meetings Feeney had "bragged that he had already implemented
> 'exclusion lists' to reduce the 'black vote'." Feeney also mentioned
> that "proper placement of police patrols could further reduce the
> black vote by as much as 25%."
> Curtis says that he submitted his resignation to YEI effective
> December 2000, but stayed on until they had found someone to
> him in February of 2001.
> ------- End of forwarded message -------
> Mark Simko