Schema-Root.org logo

 

  cross-referenced news and research resources about

 computer programmer Clinton Curtis

images:  google   yahoo YouTube
spacer

updated Fri. March 22, 2019

-
The three voters were represented by the Orlando law firm of Clint Curtis, a former computer programmer who first gained notoriety following the 2000 presidential recount in Florida when he claimed he was ordered to write a computer program to manipulate the outcome of the 2000 election in South ...
8th — especially penetrable by hackers and malware. His assertion was dismissed as a pipe dream by an expert witness provided by the state attorney general. “It's as likely that androids from outer space are living amongst us,” Michael Shamos, a onetime voting machine inspector for Pennsylvania, ...

The group's lawyer, Clint Curtis, acknowledged that Mr. Trump, Governor Scott, and others can ignore the recount request entirely. But the suit, the ... "When states insulate their elections from sound post-election auditing, they essentially have erected a neon sign saying 'Hackers: come play here! We won't ...
Clinton Eugene “Clint” Curtis is an American attorney, computer programmer and ex-employee of NASA and ExxonMobil, who also exposed election hacking. He is notable chiefly for making a series of whistleblower allegations about his former employer and about Republican Congressman Tom Feeney, ...
Incredibly enough, it's been ten years this month since we broke the story about vote-rigging software whistleblower Clint Curtis. ... In short, Curtis was a software programmer from Oviedo, FL who claimed in a sworn 2004 affidavit and then sworn testimony before members of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, that he was ...
In a clip posted on Reddit this morning, former NASA programmer Clint Curtis testifies that Feeney had approached him to rig voting machine so as to sway votes. Yesterday alone, there were reported instances of voting machines working incorrectly in Virginia, which brought some heated excitement ...

A prime example of this unforgiving attitude toward rigged elections and the possible proof they exists is the Clint Curtis story. Clint Curtis is a former computer programmer who once worked for the likes of NASA, ExxonMobil, and Yang Enterprises. Curtis has also made several unsuccessful attempts to run ...
On December 6th, 2004, in an explosive exclusive, The BRAD BLOG (www.bradblog.com) published a sworn affidavit [PDF] by Florida software programmer Clint Curtis. In his affidavit and videotaped sworn testimony presented before members of the U.S. House Judiciary committee, Curtis claims to have ...
The programmer claims that he designed and built a "vote rigging" software program at the behest of then Florida Congressman, now U.S. Congressman, Republican Tom Feeney of Florida's 24th Congressional District. Clint Curtis, 46, claims that he built the software for Feeney in 2000 while working at a ...
David Barnes Cobb resident Tony Plummer, center, fills out a voter certificate at Mount Zion United Methodist Church in Marietta, Georgia, on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. Cobb, Fulton and North DeKalb residents cast ballots today for the highly contested 6th Congressional District race. (DAVID BARNES ...
The three voters were represented by the Orlando law firm of Clint Curtis, a former computer programmer who first gained notoriety following the 2000 presidential recount in Florida when he claimed he was ordered to write a computer program to manipulate the outcome of the 2000 election in South ...
The group's lawyer, Clint Curtis, acknowledged that Mr. Trump, Governor Scott, and others can ignore the recount request entirely. But the suit, the ... "When states insulate their elections from sound post-election auditing, they essentially have erected a neon sign saying 'Hackers: come play here! We won't ...
“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers ...
Clinton Eugene “Clint” Curtis is an American attorney, computer programmer and ex-employee of NASA and ExxonMobil, who also exposed election hacking. He is notable chiefly for making a series of whistleblower allegations about his former employer and about Republican Congressman Tom Feeney, ...
In a clip posted on Reddit this morning, former NASA programmer Clint Curtis testifies that Feeney had approached him to rig voting machine so as to sway votes. Yesterday alone, there were reported instances of voting machines working incorrectly in Virginia, which brought some heated excitement ...
A prime example of this unforgiving attitude toward rigged elections and the possible proof they exists is the Clint Curtis story. Clint Curtis is a former computer programmer who once worked for the likes of NASA, ExxonMobil, and Yang Enterprises. Curtis has also made several unsuccessful attempts to run ...
On December 6th, 2004, in an explosive exclusive, The BRAD BLOG (www.bradblog.com) published a sworn affidavit [PDF] by Florida software programmer Clint Curtis. In his affidavit and videotaped sworn testimony presented before members of the U.S. House Judiciary committee, Curtis claims to have ...

The programmer claims that he designed and built a "vote rigging" software program at the behest of then Florida Congressman, now U.S. Congressman, Republican Tom Feeney of Florida's 24th Congressional District. Clint Curtis, 46, claims that he built the software for Feeney in 2000 while working at a ...
Over the summer, hackers also tried to breach the voter registration ... holes or back doors” a hacker could have exploited, said Daniel Lopresti, ...
The three voters were represented by the Orlando law firm of Clint Curtis, a former computer programmer who first gained notoriety following ...
Clint Curtis is an attorney representing the plaintiffs … [the] Orlando attorney says that he has received multiple reports of malfunctions on ...
... vote as normal without any extra effort,” said Clint Curtis, a former NASA employee and computer programmer turned lawyer from Orlando.
The lawsuit, filed by law firm Clint Curtis & Associates, demands a hand recount of every paper ballot in the state. In a press release, the firm ...
The lawsuit, filed by law firm Clint Curtis & Associates, demands a hand recount of every paper ballot in the state. In a press release, the firm ...
Computer programmer Clint Curtis had been hired by Congressman Tom Feeney to construct prototype software to rig elections. He testified to ...
Clinton Eugene “Clint” Curtis is an American attorney, computer programmer and ex-employee of NASA and ExxonMobil, who also exposed ...
In a clip posted on Reddit this morning, former NASA programmer Clint Curtis testifies that Feeney had approached him to rig voting machine ...
Clint Curtis is a former computer programmer who once worked for the likes of NASA, ExxonMobil, and Yang Enterprises. Curtis has also made ...
Curtis, a life-long Republican up until then, had been a programmer at YEI, which had several top-secret clearance contracts with the state, ...
It's been a possibility since digital voting machines came on the scene, though, with lawyer and computer programmer Clint Curtis testifying in court that he was asked to design a program to manipulate votes (he later ran for Congress against the guy ...
... programmer Clinton Eugene Curtis describes how in October 2000, he personally wrote a prototype computer program electronically flipping votes on electronic voting machines in Florida in this video: www.
... programmer Clinton Eugene Curtis describes how in October 2000, he personally wrote a prototype computer program electronically flipping votes on electronic voting machines in Florida in this video: www.
The three voters were represented by the Orlando law firm of Clint Curtis, a former computer programmer who first gained notoriety following the 2000 presidential recount in Florida when he claimed he was ordered to write a computer program to ...
"We are going to ask them to delay the vote, let us do the count and if we don't find anything they can still vote as normal without any extra effort," said Clint Curtis, a former NASA employee and computer programmer turned lawyer from Orlando. Curtis ...
image of Clinton via-trevor-collens-and-shutterstock Three voters in Florida filed a lawsuit in state court seeking a recount of the votes in November's presidential election.
Computer programmer Clinton Eugene Curtis testified under oath in Congress in March 2016 that he was hired by authorities to help rig the outcome of U.S.
Vote rigging is not a conspiracy theory. The groomed politicians and their lapdog media love to use terms like that to dismiss people and ideas they don't want others to embrace.
In 2006, the documentary "Hacking Democracy" was nominated for an Emmy award for Outstanding Long Form Investigative Journalism.
In the year 2000 a computer programmer by the name Clinton Eugene Curtis testified under oath in front of the U.S. House Judiciary committee that he was approached by Florida Congressman and Republican Tom Feeny about the possibility of rigging voter ...
MANILA, Philippines - As part of its efforts to promote transparency during the coming May elections, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Tuesday started securing the final "trusted build" of the software for the election management system (EMS ...


resources


 

news and opinion


 


 


 


 


schema-root.org

  career
     clint curtis

cross-references for
clint curtis:

Clinton Eugene Curtis