Will Monday testimony from this Bush/McCain computer expert reveal 2004 Ohio vote tampering?

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Connell and his associates may have compromised the presidential election in Ohio in 2004 by inserting a computer, among other tactics, into the Ohio secretary of state's vote information transferal system. Such tampering, they say, could explain how votes were "tuned" to Bush and away from Sen. John Kerry, the Democratic nominee for president that year.

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so if they prove there was tampering and the elect... by Sandy Sand on Sunday, Nov 2, 2008 at 4:39:11 PM