The Clint Curtis Story
Murder, Spies And Voting Lies
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Please take the
time to listen to the testimony of Clint Curtis, the software
programmer who naively wrote vote flipping software in 2000
because he thought the politicians wanted to know how to protect
against it. He was wrong. They used his code in the election
that year and have been expanding on the vote flipping software
to this very day.
With vote flipping proven in 2000, 2004 and now already well
documented in four states so far for 2008 (W. Virginia,
Tennessee, Texas and Missouri) what can we expect for this
Clint Curtis left Yang Enterprises in dispute over the vote
flipping code. (YEI sanctioned this project.) When the company
learned he was then going to work for the state of Florida, they
quickly offered him $1-million dollars to come back to the
company, even though he only made $60-thousand before leaving.
He refused their bribe to return because he knew the company was
A reward of $200,000 was later offered for anyone who could
prove how the machines were hacked. Curtis realized it was his
code that was used. He stepped forward to answer the $200,000
challenge, proving exactly how the vote flipping was carried
out, however, he never accepted the money. All he wanted was for
the story to finally be told.
Once he went public with the story, his dog was shot in an
effort to intimidate Curtis from speaking further. He worked
with noted investigative reporter Brad Friedman (BradBlog.com)
on the movie, "Murder Spies & Voting Lies," telling the
story of how our election process has been stolen from us.
Clint Curtis then tried to run for Congress in Florida, against
Tom Feeney, the Congressman who asked him to write the vote
flipping code. Ironically, his own code was used against him to
keep him from gaining office and upsetting Mr. Feeney from
Clint Curtis is a very brave, true American hero and people need
to hear his story.
forward this link onward so that those who have died to get this
story out will not have passed in vain
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