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[Full-Disclosure] Re: Evidence Mounts that the Vote Was Hacked
From: Keith Oxenrider (koxenridersol-biotech.com)
Date: Wed Nov 10 2004 - 21:00:02 CST
I am positive the fraud has been going on for quite some time, likely all
along. As the amount of detailed data available in electronic format
increases so does the ability to quickly and easily analyze, allowing for
better cause to effect correlation. When elections are not close few take
the time to analyze the data and if they do they are likely to report their
results in obscure locations long after the event. In this particular case
the reported results did not match up well with the latest polls which
encouraged even more scrutiny. If this additional focus is bringing to
light inconsistencies that have been going on for decades, why should they
be dismissed just because they have been happening all along? With better
information and motivated researchers (not _all_ are partisan) perhaps
there will be enough interest to finally shed some light in this dark and
murky process. I can at least hope and pray that it will be so.
At 04:33 PM 11/10/2004 -0800, Jay D. Dyson wrote:
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>On Wed, 10 Nov 2004, Keith Oxenrider wrote:
> > No one in the security biz would accept the use of a closed-source
> > cryptography system, why the heck are we using a closed source election
> > system?
> On this we are in total agreement. I would much prefer that we
>push Diebold out of the picture and put open source solutions in play.
>And I'm certainly open to that possibility as it would afford critical
>design review from top to bottom.
> But let's be clear on one thing right now: we've been relying on
>technology to do our vote-tallying for decades...long before this one
>election. Making claims of fraud now is disingenuous; particularly since
>it's only made when a Democrat loses his bid for the Presidency.
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