GOP cyber security expert to examine 2002 Diebold patch

From: D. C. Lapena <chito_dot_lapena_at_gmail_dot_com>
Date: Sat Aug 09 2008 - 10:41:03 CDT

A leading cyber-security expert and former adviser to Sen. John McCain
(R-AZ) says he has fresh evidence regarding election fraud on Diebold
electronic voting machines during the 2002 Georgia gubernatorial and
senatorial elections.

Stephen Spoonamore is the founder and until recently the CEO of
Cybrinth LLC, an information technology policy and security firm that
serves Fortune 100 companies. At a little noticed press conference in
Columbus, Ohio Thursday, he discussed his investigation of a computer
patch that was applied to Diebold Election Systems voting machines in
Georgia right before that state's November 2002 election.
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