On July 13, the Pensacola, Fla.-based law firm of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. filed a "qui tam" lawsuit in U.S. District Court, alleging that Diebold and other electronic voting machine (EVM) companies fraudulently represented to state election boards and the federal government that their products were "unhackable."
Kennedy claims to have witnesses "centrally located, deep within the corporations," who will confirm that company officials withheld their knowledge of problems with accuracy, reliability and security of EVMs in order to procure government contracts. Since going into service, many of these machines have been linked to allegations of election fraud...
Posted in AlsoRans at July 18, 2006 05:51 AM
When Kennedy had his "stolen election" crackpot story printed in Rolling Stone, that just said it all, didn't it? He couldn't get it published in a current events magazine or a political journal; instead, he had it published in a rag that reviews crappy music and still thinks it's cool to do drugs. 'Nuff said.
Posted by: Scott at July 19, 2006 06:15 PM
Hasn't the Kennedy family stolen enough elections?
Posted by: Neohammer at July 23, 2006 06:20 AM
Bad blog, no doughnut.
Posted by: Jaxebad at July 23, 2006 04:24 PM
Monitoring Air America Radio [TM] so you don't have to.