Will “experimental” software patches affect the Ohio vote?
Bob Fitrakis and Gerry Bello, October 31, 2012, The Free Press
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted illegally allowed ES&S to install “experimental” software on vote tabulation systems in up to 39 Ohio counties for the November 6, 2012 election. This software was not subject to certification and testing. This led to a lawsuit — see next 2 items.
Read the entire article here.
COMPLAINT FOR INJUNCTIVE AND MANDATORY RELIEF
Robert J. Fitrakis, November 5, 2012
versus John Husted, Ohio Secretary of State; and Election Systems & Software, Inc.
Robert J. Fitrakis is the plaintiff in the lawsuit filed by Cliff Arnebeck against Ohio Secretary of State John Husted and ES&S. This complaint is about the Ohio Secretary of State having contracted with ES&S for provision of hardware and software (containing back doors) for the election on November 6, 2012 without public review or bidding, and without approval of the technology board required by Ohio state law.
Read the complete scanned and signed legal document here.
Affidavit in lawsuit filed against Ohio's use of uncertified and untested software on ES&S machines
Michael A. Duniho, November 6, 2012
An affidavit by retired National Security Agency (NSA) analyst Michael A. Duniho was included in a lawsuit filed by Arnebeck against Ohio Secretary of State John Husted and ES&S. The lawsuit charged that Ohio Secretary of State John Husted has installed “experimental” uncertified and untested software [experimental software patches on the ES&S machines] to count a large portion of the Ohio vote.
Read the complete scanned and signed affidavit here.