US District Court Judge Totenberg finds that GA's 100% unverifiable Diebold touchscreen voting systems, in use in the state since 2002, are not fit for US elections because they are 'unsecure, unreliable and grossly outdated'. They are so unsecure, in fact, that they violate the Constitutional right of voters to have their votes counted as cast.
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'GA’s current voting equipment, software, election and voter databases are antiquated, seriously flawed and vulnerable to failure, breach, contamination and attack,' Totenberg writes.
Marks notes the SoS's staff told 'just absolutely black and white lies. They didn't mind lying to the court. And one has to wonder what is it that they are hiding that makes it worth lying to the court, and facing the potential consequences of lying to the court.' She told me she intends to seek sanctions from the court for those lies in the days ahead.