Insiders Set To File Whistle Blower Lawsuits Against E-Voting Firms?
from the this-could-get-interesting... dept
There’s not much to go on yet, but John has submitted this story, claiming that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (who recently wrote an article for Rolling Stone about voting problems in Ohio) is getting set to file whistleblower lawsuits against two voting machine firms, with insider testimony. Supposedly, that insider testimony will include details of how those companies misrepresented the accuracy, reliability and security of the various voting machines. Of course, none of this should come as a surprise to anyone who’s followed the actions of voting machine companies in the past. It’s well known that the voting machines have security flaws — it’s been shown time and time again. Yet, every time it comes up, the voting machine companies dismiss the issues as minor (sometimes with jokes) — even when the evidence suggests the problems are quite serious. Past revelations from insiders at Diebold revealed how they knowingly used uncertified software in elections and how, if they were forced to provide a paper trail, they might as well charge extortionate prices to do so. Should be interesting to see what the latest reports from insiders will turn up.