by Bob Fitrakis
July 20, 2011 A new filing in the King Lincoln Bronzeville v. Blackwell case includes a copy of the Ohio Secretary of State election production system configuration that was in use in Ohio's 2004 presidential election when there was a sudden and unexpected shift in votes for George W. Bush.
The filing also includes the revealing deposition of the late Michael Connell. Connell served as the IT guru for the Bush family and Karl Rove. Connell ran the private IT firm GovTech that created the controversial system that transferred Ohio's vote count late on election night 2004 to a partisan Republican server site in Chattanooga, Tennessee owned by SmarTech. That is when the vote shift happened, not predicted by the exit polls, that led to Bush's unexpected victory. Connell died a month and a half after giving this deposition in a suspicious small plane crash.
I read this yesterday and took it with a teaspoon (not quite a grain) of salt . . . but it didn't weigh too heavily on me until I heard the tail end of a talk show last night on Sirius discussing this, and how Rove has been stealing elections since his college days, which most of us reading this know already. Spoonamore apparently is one of just a few people who is aware of the whole rigged elections plan; not just a compartmentalized piece . . .
Sounds like Spoonamore is a dead man. And now I see how easily martial law could be implemented here.
Cyber Security Expert: Hackers Planning To Steal Election For McCain
Spoonamore says electronic voting machines represent national security threat, Israel, China and Russia have capability to rig presidential outcome
Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Stephen Spoonamore warns in a new interview that electronic voting machines represent a national security threat and that hackers are already planning to steal the 2008 presidential election for John McCain.