Calling All Hackers And IT Specialists: $20,000 Reward For Information About Vote Tabulation Manipulation In 2010 Election
October 25, 2010: Today, we announced a $20,000 reward for any hacker, computer scientist or IT specialist who can provide evidence that vote tabulation results were manipulated in such a way that the results changed the legitimate winner. The information must result in an arrest and conviction. Our announcement is posted on this Reward Poster. In short, evidence from past elections has pointed to tabulation manipulation by Karl Rove and GOP controlled operatives that may have changed the results of elections such as Ohio 2004 and Alabama 2002. See www.RoveCyberGate.com. In fact, in 2004, the Ohio Secretary of State election servers were suddenly re-routed to the GOP controlled servers at Smartech in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the results flipped from John Kerry to George Bush. Bush’s IT guru Mike Connell was responsible for setting up that manipulation with the assistance of Ken Blackwell, and Connell was later killed in a mysterious plane crash after he indicated he was ready to talk about the matter.
Karl Rove’s American Crossroads is closely tied to Smartech directly through Rove’s relationship with Smartech CEO Jeff Averbeck, through Mike Duncan’s work as CEO of Tennessee Valley Association, and through Jo Ann Davidson’s backing by Mercer Reynolds, whose company NextLec merged with Smartech.
In September of 2010, a team of computer scientists hacked into the Washington, DC computer servers and took control of the election results. These “good guy” scientists watched as hackers from Iran and China attempted to hack the servers. This shows how easy it is for election servers to be hacked.
Tipsters have indicated to us that there will be attempts to manipulate the tabulation results in the upcoming election. If so, we want these illegal intrusions to be detected, monitored in real time and reported. Send your tips to email@example.com.